Children waiting for adoption

Every child is different, so the right adopter for one child may be the wrong adopter for another. This is why we are always looking for a wide range of new families. 

Some children thrive in a busy family with brothers or sisters, while others may need the special attention of being an only child.

We need adopters for children of all ages. We are particularly looking for adopters for brothers and sisters, toddlers and young children aged four and older, and children with disabilities.

We currently have ten children waiting for adoption:

  • Three boys and seven girls, who all range from one to five years old
  • Three sibling pairs - one set of girls, one set of boys and a girl and boy
  • One child with a medical condition


I am 18 months old and have been in foster care for just over a year. I am a lovely sociable little boy with a great character who adores other children. I love swimming and bath time, cuddles, music, dancing, toddler group, stories and Peppa Pig. I am in good general health. I am currently being reviewed to find out if I have inherited a genetic condition. I have experienced a background of neglectful parenting where domestic violence was prevalent.


I am 14 months old and have been in foster care since I was born. I like to ‘chat’ and interact with people and am very smiley and engaged. I am very happy and will wait for people to clap and offer praise when I have achieved something. I have a genetic condition associated with developmental and motor delay and remain under the care of the paediatricians. I have an allergy to milk so have special milk. I really enjoy my food and like being spoon fed and finger foods.

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