this image shows brightly coloured jelly drops that contain water

Jelly Drops

this image shows brightly coloured jelly drops that contain water

Jelly Drops-What a difference a Blogger makes!

You can still be part of this amazing journey and donate.

Not being complacent, but when I very first saw Jelly Drops, I think Lewis Hornby ( the creator of them) had 1.2 thousand likes.

I didn’t like the idea, I LOVED it!

I contacted Lewis offering to help him crowdfund. This was in late August and I set the target at £5000.

I write this now knowing that we have almost doubled this. Not only have we raised more money but we have also raised a huge demand for them. The feedback is little short of amazing and just so many people want to know where to purchase them.

The video below explains exactly what Jelly Drops are and how they are able to help people with dementia stay well hydrated and out of hospital.

We have now raised nearly £9,000 and there have been numerous interviews on both Radio and TV, plus a new Jelly Drops website. Here are links to some of the media coverage.

The James Dyson Award

Jelly Drops Facebook page

Online media review



Jelly Drops is the UAE

I will keep you updated with the progress of Jelly Drops, and hope to see them on supermarket shelves very soon.


Award-winning blogger and former care columnist for Devon Life magazine. I am passionate about helping elderly people and people with dementia live purposeful and independent lives.
Designer of the Dementia Assistance Card and Points Of Light award recipient, Caron hopes to help carers when resources are limited and demand is ever-increasing. I am here to support you.

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