Tibshelf Parish News & Events
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Halloween Party (by Activities for Kids) | 29th October | 5:30pm-7pm at Tibshelf Village Hall
Fireworks Display | 6th November | 6:30pm opening, 7pm first display at Tibshelf Village Hall
Tibshelf Craft Fayre | 13th November | 10am-2pm at Tibshelf Village Hall
Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service | 14th November | 9:30am at Crown Hotel car park. 10:30am service at St John the Baptist’s Church
Neighbourhood Plan Exhibition | 26th and 27th November | 10am – 8pm on the 26th, 10am – 4pm on 27th | St John the Baptist’s Church
Parish Carol Concert | 20th December | 7:15pm at St John the Baptist’s Church
Tibshelf Council Annual Report
Annual Report 2018
From Derbyshire County Council
Do you think you could give a child a stable and happy home to help them have the best start in life?
If the answer is yes then Derbyshire County Council wants to hear from you.
Across Derbyshire there are currently around 430 foster homes offering support to 630 children in care.
Foster homes are particularly needed for older children and sibling groups and the care offered can be short or long-term, ranging from single night emergency stays to placements which last for years.
The council is also interested in hearing from people with previous caring experience who may be able to offer contract care foster homes to 11 to 18-year-olds with complex emotional and behavioural needs.
Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People Kevin Gillott, said: “We’re here to make sure all our looked after children live happily and healthily and have all the care and support they need.
“We’re proud of the excellent foster carers we already have and are keen to recruit more.
“Becoming a foster carer can be very challenging and mean a lot of hard work, but it brings enormous rewards.”
Derbyshire County Council offers its foster carers lots of benefits, support and training as well as competitive financial allowances.
To find out more call free on 0800 083 7744 or visit www.derbyshire.gov.uk/adoptionandfostering