Updates & News


Scroll through our recent news and blogs below for more information on what Team MYTIME has been up to in the community:

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Young Carers at Christmas: The Unsung Heroes of the Season

MYTIME’s Operation Christmas brings joy and fun to as many young carers as possible and show our thanks and acknowledgement for the amazing work they do throughout the year.


MYTIME's Youth Advisory Board Turns One!

We've got some exciting news to share. Our Youth Advisory Board, run by young adult carers, has hit a major milestone – its first birthday!

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Our CEO, Krista, Honoured as Just Giving Community Hero of the Year

Our CEO, Krista, has been named the Just Giving Community Hero of the Year in recognition of her outstanding dedication in supporting young carers.

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Bournemouth University endorses MYTIME Young Carers Employability Programme

Bournemouth University endorses MYTIME Young Carers Employability Programme.

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A Summer of Memories

As the school term kicks off and life settles back into its usual rhythm, we can't help but take a moment to reminisce about the incredible summer we've had with young carers across the county.

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MYTIME Young Carers Front-of-Shirt Sponsor for Wimborne Town FC

MSP Capital has paid for charity MYTIME Young Carers to become the front-of-shirt sponsor of Wimborne Town FC.

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Level Up Programme Demonstrates Success

Exciting News from MYTIME Young Carers: Our School Support Programme is Thriving in Bournemouth, Christchurch, and Poole!

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6 Ways to Help Young Carers Study & Avoid Burnout

With the exam season starting soon, we've shared this supportive guide to help motivate and support young carers with revision and helping them in managing their mental health.

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    Young Carers and the School Census

    From January 2023, for the first time ever, schools are going to be asked to record who their young carers are as part of the Spring census, which will provide a more accurate profile of the number of young carers in schools.