The Joneses have fostered a minimum of 268 children — including refugees from Syria and Iraq — over 40 years and therefore are viewed as support beams from the community within their hometown of Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey.
“We open our hearts to any or all the kids. Anybody which comes to all of us, we’ll do whatever are going to to assist them to.Inches
Yesterday, however, the pair might have been ruing their generosity after armed police descended on their own terraced house following a arrest in Dover of the 18-year-old youth. He’s suspected of bombing…
Shortly before Penelope Johnson and her husband, Ronald, received MBEs in the Queen this year for his or her prolific services to fostering, she described what motivated the pair: “We get it done because we discover it rewarding.