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Council Foster Carer recruitment service release winter recruitment campaign advert and competition to find Cheshireโ€™s Most Welcoming Front Door.

Foster4, Cheshire East; Cheshire West and Chester; Halton and Warrington Councilโ€™s regional foster carer recruitment service have today released a heart-warming new advert. Itโ€™s part of their โ€˜Could you open your door?โ€™ campaign to inspire local people to open their doors and become a foster carers for local children.

Watch the ad here:ย https://vimeo.com/373871542

To encourage residents and organisations to engage with the campaign, the service have also launched a competition to find Cheshireโ€™s Most Welcoming Front Door. The competition will see one lucky winner receiving the prestigious accolade and also receiving a ยฃ500 B&Q voucher, donated by local organisation, Weee Charity.

The competition will be open for entries from Monday 18th November until Friday 3rd January. The winner will be decided by a panel of children in care and announced on Tuesday 7th January.

Residents and businesses living or based in the four Cheshire Local Authorities- Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Halton and Warrington are encouraged to get involved by uploading photos of their front doors to the Foster4 Facebook page or via Instagram using #welcomingfrontdoorsofcheshire

See full terms and conditions, watch the advert and find out more about becoming a Local Authority foster carer at www.foster4.co.uk. Alternatively, call 01925 444100 to chat to our friendly team.

To be in with a chance of taking home the title of having Cheshireโ€™s most welcoming front door and winning the ยฃ500 B&Q voucher, upload a photo of your door on our Facebook page or on Instagram using #welcomingfrontdoorsofcheshire

Facebook: @foster4cheshire

Instagram: @foster4cheshire

 

A special thank you to Halton business Esposito’s Deli for their support and for providing a wonderful filming location
www.espositosicecream.co.uk
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