Tim Green and Rosalind Dewar, who are husband and wife in real life, created Dewar Green in 2005, after returning to the UK from an 18-month sojourn in Lucca, Italy. Before they decided on a change of scene Tim worked as a games producer for Lego and Rosalind as PR manager for the financial services arm of the British Medical Association.

After setting up shop as Dewar Green, Tim and Rosalind’s first project was GPsurgery.net, a website service for GP practices. Launched in the summer of 2005, GPsurgery.net was one of the first specialist website services for NHS doctors. Hundreds of GP practices across the UK have used GPsurgery.net to manage their practice websites.

Websites for local businesses

Since 2005, Tim has worked hard to develop a portfolio of loyal website clients including Colt Houses, Anstiss Gardens, Morghew Park Estate, County Clothes, Silcocks Farm Shop, and the Humble Sausage and Pie Company.

Health, charity and education

Together, Tim and Rosalind have developed particular expertise in the health, charity and education sectors. Their clients include The Paula Carr Diabetes Trust, a charity supporting people in Kent and Medway living with diabetes, The Soulsby Foundation and the Tenterden Counselling Service, a support network offering advice and help to people affected by dementia.

As a former primary school teacher, Tim has taken a keen interest in developing a website service for schools across Kent and East Sussex. Latest website launches include primary schools in Hurst Green, Beckley and Woodchurch.

Healthcare PR

Rosalind is a healthcare communications specialist and manages the press offices for the Royal Society of Medicine and the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants. Her work includes day-to-day liaison with the specialist medical press and journalists writing for national print, online and broadcast media outlets.

Supported by...

Helen Saint joined Dewar Green in August 2018 as an Administrative Assistant.

Helen completed a BA Hons in History at the University of Kent at Canterbury in 2007 and has a background in helping charities and societies. In the past, she has worked with Kent Archaeological Society, Kent Family History Society and Ashford Museum providing support in many areas from parish record and tithe transcriptions to website management. In 2012, she helped Ashford Museum gain its first Full Accreditation Status from the Arts Council England as Collections Manager. She has also worked for the Paula Carr Diabetes Trust providing education event organisation and technical support for health professionals involved in diabetes care.