We felt so lucky to foster a young refugee. Don’t let Parsons Green tarnish a proud tradition | Anonymous

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Fostering a teenager from Syria has been a privilege and given us a new perspective on our lives. I hope this horrific attack does not deter future carers

A year ago my husband and I were reading about child refugees arriving in the UK. On the spur of the moment, we decided to become foster parents. After all, we had enough space, the resources to offer support and felt a responsibility to do something. Trusting and caring for strangers who need it is a British tradition that we felt proud to become part of.

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