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FAMILY A new chapter for Grimm & Co.


Deep inside his literacy lair, Graham Grimm has been brewing up a plan with his team of elves, conjuring up a spell to cast upon the unsuspecting mortals at Arts Council England.


You see, since making his Apothecary to the Magical, Grimm & Co., visible to humans in 2016, his curses, cures and curiosities have captivated so many people that Grimm needs to upsize his modest medicinal establishment currently located on Doncaster Gate in Rotherham. He’s had his eye on a 250-year-old Methodist church within spitting distance but all he has for currency is magic beans - and that just won’t do. He heard on the beanstalk that the Arts Council were looking to invest some of that there human money to enrich people’s lives; does that count for magical beings, too? Fortunately for Graham – and the Arts Council staff – he didn’t need to use a hex. They were charmed by his plans and have awarded Grimm


& Co. with almost half a million pounds for which to use towards fulfilling his utopian dream. The bulk of this cash will allow literacy charity, Grimm & Co., to purchase the Grade II listed Talbot Lane Methodist Church opposite the Town Hall which closed its ecclesiastical doors in April due to low congregation numbers. Now, £1.5million plans have been approved to transform the building into a magical bolthole for storytelling and potion brewing, keeping all the well-loved aspects of Grimm & Co. at heart with a few exciting new additions.


Since opening, Grimm & Co. has been changing lives one story at a time, inspiring children to open their imaginations through their popular story making sessions. However, these


are booked up until the end of the year and their current workshop space simply cannot meet the demand from local schools.


The new site will have three classrooms meaning three school classes can take part at


Complete your family picture


We currently have children of all ages, sibling groups and children with additional needs waiting for a forever home


What is adoption?


As adoptive parents, you will provide a permanent family for a child who cannot live with their birth parents and take on all legal rights and responsibilities


Can I adopt?


Adoption is open to more people than you may think


If you can provide a loving, stable home then we see potential in all applicants


You can be:


• Single, in a relationship or married • Hetrosexual or LGBT • From any ethnic or religious background • Working, unemployed or retired • Homeowner or renting


• Already have children or not (adoptive children should be at least 2 years younger than any other children)


If you are over 21 with adequate space in your home and no previous convictions of certain offences, you have a good chance of being accepted


Rotherham Adoption Agency Tel: 01709 254005 www.adoptioninrotherham.org.uk


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Our information events are held at Rotherham Town Hall on the following Thursdays in 2020


16th January 20th February 19th March


12noon-2pm & 5-7pm


Rotherham Adoption Agency @rmbcadoption


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