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Dandelion Time helps children who are struggling with the effects of trauma, abuse and neglect. Children spend time on the farm with animals and crafts to overcome emotional difficulties, grow in confidence and begin to love and trust again. 

In our blogs we will share some of the thoughts, ideas and experiences that have influenced our methodology. 

Dr Caroline Jessel at COP26 – Part 3: Reflections 

Dr Caroline Jessel at COP26 – Part 3: Reflections 

The last of three entries from Dr Caroline Jessel, Chair and Founder of Dandelion Time Well, it’s all over now, isn’t it? Except it very much isn’t! As Alok Sharma and others have said, the journey ...
Dr Caroline Jessel at COP26  – Part 2: Live from Glasgow

Dr Caroline Jessel at COP26 – Part 2: Live from Glasgow

The second of three entries from Dr Caroline Jessel, Chair and Founder of Dandelion Time Taking the train up to Glasgow allows plenty of time for reflection and study of our wonderful British ...
Dr Caroline Jessel at COP26  – Part 1: Why am I going?

Dr Caroline Jessel at COP26 – Part 1: Why am I going?

The first of three entries from Dr Caroline Jessel, Chair and Founder of Dandelion Time In a few days I will be taking the train to Glasgow to join about 30,000 people from around the world to try ...
Diverse Hands

Diverse Hands

Written by Anna Chilton Dandelion Time is Growing Many of us have realised, after the shocks of this pandemic, that connection to nature and people can get us through the toughest of times. The work ...
The Fields That Heal: Why I Decided to Write a Book About Dandelion Time

The Fields That Heal: Why I Decided to Write a Book About Dandelion Time

Written by John Hunter, Author of The Fields That Heal  Imagine you get an email from a friend you haven’t seen for some time – an invitation to a party to help launch her new book (about ...