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Cardiff Parent Network enables parents to campaign for the best and most appropriate services for anyone bringing up a child in Cardiff.
Working with people parenting from all sorts of backgrounds, they wanted a set of 10 stories that raised the issues people face and praised those providing good service.
The ten stories were told by single parents, parents overcoming drink and drug-related problems, people bringing up children with physical and other disabilities, grand-parents bringing up grand-children, parents struggling with twins as well as those who had suffered the death of a child.
Presenting a deeply moving view of the complexities of parenting in 2011, the stories were screened to a large audience of family, friends and professionals at Cardiff City Stadium in March 2011 and made into a DVD with a supporting booklet to discuss the issues raised.
The stories are not shown here because of the vulnerability of the children and adults concerned.
For more details, contact Cardiff Parent Network:
Cardiff Parent Network,
John Reynolds Network Centre,
Tel: 02920 360 556