Chronological History

    

DATES

 

OCCURENCES

 

November 1979

Children being cared for by paternal grandparents

March 1980

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march 1980

Children move back with mother - temporary accommodation

April 1980

Children received into care and boarded out

April 1980

Children returned to mother

June 1980

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July 1980

Children spent a week with father - cared for mainly by paternal grandparents

October 1980

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November 1980

Children privately fostered

January 1981

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January 1981

father granted weekly access

January 1981

I am received into care - 'beyond mothers control' as he stat preference for living with father. Boarded out.

February 1981

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march 1981

me returned to mothers care

may 1982

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June 1982

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October 1982

me and sister received into care and boarded out with foster parents (1), having been introduced via nursery.

November 1982

father had regular fortnightly staying access whilst children in care.

October 1983

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October 1983

As fostering was breaking down, me and sister returned to mother and step father after one introductory visit. re-admitted to local primary school.

October 1983

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April 1984

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June 1984

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Summer holiday 1984

Apart from an official WRVS holiday for both children and increase contact with father the children were privately placed with various friends and relatives

January 1985

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February 1985

Children referred and admitted to local authority care

June 1985

case conference held

June 1985

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July 1985

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August 1985

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October 1985

I am discharged and returned to live with mother

December 1985

I am received back into care, placed at HR.

Senior Social Worker

03/10/86

Comments - 'I do not feel that there is sufficient evidence here to go for an assumption of parental rights, but if Mr ***** (father) were to give 28 days notice of intent to discharge I do think there is sufficient to consider wardship.'

*Note - data obscured is that which has been anonymised by the social services.

 

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