Author: Jess Kingston-Stewart

Remembering to Breathe: How Nature and Crafts help to Ground and Connect Us

Written by Lauren Mewett, Family Case Worker at Dandelion Time  This is an unusual and uncertain time for many of us. It’s only expected that our children and young people might be feeling a little more anxious during these tricky

Beautiful Homeware Gifts – Just in Time for Mother’s Day!

Treat your mum this Mother’s Day to our great selection of Homeware gifts! From Make-up Bags to Oven Gloves, Aga Tops & Tea Towels – we have something to suit everyone! All items come beautifully packaged and are available in

Our Sell-Out Quiz Night is Back!

Join us for an evening of friendly competition and delicious food! Round up your team and join in the fun to help support our vulnerable children and families. Only £15 per Ticket Delicious 2 Course Supper courtesy of COOK Cash Bar

Harry & The Bird Hide

A little boy had been coming to Dandelion Time alongside his two younger siblings and his Mum. Harry had a diagnosis of ADHD and ODD among many others. Harry’s behaviour had been described as challenging both at school and at

It’s Time to End Food Waste!

Written by Anyès Reading, Relationship Manager at Dandelion Time  I had an amazing day at Tesco Community Cookery School  learning to use left over food to make delicious and nutritious recipes to feed a family or even better still feed

Dandelion Time’s Great Garage Sale!

In light our our big move we are having a BIG clearout! Come and pop by Elsmcroft to find a treasure trove of goodies all for £1! We have everything from home wear, furniture, desks, IT equipment, bikes, kitchen goods,

Graduation Celebrations!

Learners and Trainers along with their friends and families gathered on Saturday 25th January to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of our first cohort of Nature Craft and Family System graduates. The afternoon comprised of a ceremony led by Course

Read our latest blog

The Boy & The Earthworm was written by Rachel from our therapeutic team and follows a young boy and his wonder at discovering a worm in the Dandelion Time garden. Click here to read the full blog!   

The Boy & The Earthworm

Written by Rachel Rodwell, Family Case Worker at Dandelion Time  The story of a how a small creature can bring so much wonder ‘I wonder what he’s thinking…what does he feel?’ mused the young child, lying flat on his tummy,

NEW Winter Newsletter

Read all the latest news, events and updates in our new Winter Dandelion Time Newsletter here!