Trafford is a large town located in Greater Manchester, England, with a population of around 212,000 as of the 2011 census. It is the largest town in the metropolitan borough of Trafford and is administratively a part of the city of Manchester. Trafford was historically a part of Lancashire, but along with Salford and Manchester, it was transferred to Greater Manchester in 1974.
Trafford has turned into an undeniably positive spot to live throughout the past 10 years, with costs up 10% year-on-year starting around 2014 and an ongoing normal cost of around £280,000 - higher than the public normal.
The Trafford Center is widely acclaimed as one of the greatest and most thrilling shopping and relaxation attractions in the UK, comprising in excess of 200 shops, north of 60 cafés, bistros and bars and a variety of energizing recreation scenes - all under one breathtaking rooftop.
If you are interested in fostering a child in Trafford, please contact the adoption agency or social services agency in your area. They will be able to provide you with information about the process and the children who are available for adoption.
In Trafford we would particularly like to recruit foster carers who are able to care for:
Brothers and sisters.
Older children and young people.
Emergency foster carers – this position has a retainer fee attached to the role.
Children that will be in foster care long term.
Children with additional needs. This might include behaviour that challenges.
Children on our specialist fostering scheme who have challenging and complex behaviours – this position has a professional fee attached to the role.