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fostering blog – the cotswold show and food festival

12 July 2019


The Cotswold Show is this weekend, 13th July – 14th July! The event, based in the beautiful area of the Cotswolds, will cover a total of 100 acres with many different shows and tens of thousands of visitors attending.


The show was originally created in 1985, when Lord Bathurst was eager to combine his love of the countryside with the culture of the local area. In order to develop a show that mixed the two together and keep the public entertained, the Cotswold Show was born.


Alongside the food festival, live performances, the world of dogs, ninja tots and kids’ events, Nexus Fostering will be at the show. It’s perfect for us to attend, because we understand the importance of holding an event that brings families together. We’ll be there to answer any of your questions about fostering and changing the lives of local vulnerable children in the area.


With all the fun that surrounds families and children at the event, we hope to open the question: Could I open my loving house to a child that needs a home the most?


We’re hoping that if you’re married, single, LGBT+ , have or haven’t got your own children, that you  will see children at the event enjoying themselves and want to give that to a child who hasn’t had a carefree upbringing.


Pop by and see us at the event on the 13th July – 14th July. We hope it’ll be an important reminder that you too, could look after a child, who needs a care the most. We’re looking forward to being able to share this message far and wide with you all!



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