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Charity Walk for Peace – East Hampshire – 2018

Charity Walk for Peace – East Hampshire – 2018

The Rosemary Foundation was thrilled to be amongst the recipients of the charity awards at the Charity Walk for Peace presentation evening on Friday 5 October, and very humbled to receive a cheque for £1,590. The presentation evening was well attended and we are pleased to share highlights of the evening here

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What’s On October 2018

What’s On October 2018

So, Summer seems to be finally drawing to an end and we begin to look forward to Autumn and a new series of events being organised by and on behalf of The Rosemary Foundation. These begin with an event being held on Saturday 29 September in conjunction with Whitehill Town Council’s Mayor Leslie Webber, who […]

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Pig Racing Event Raises Money for Good Causes
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Pig Racing Event Raises Money for Good Causes

Some fragrant fluffy pigs helped raise over £1400 for local “Hospice at Home” charity, The Rosemary Foundation, last month. Lavender Fields, based at Hartley Park Farm near Selborne, held the latest in a series of open days and pig racing events to support the Foundation, which provides a palliative care service in East Hampshire for […]

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The Rosemary Foundation Nurse’s Tea Party

The Rosemary Foundation Nurse’s Tea Party

Staff and volunteers from The Rosemary Foundation took time out to bake cakes and make tea at their second annual tea party in East Meon Village Hall in June. Over 100 guests came to raise money for the foundation, which provides a “Hospice at Home” service for people in East Hampshire for people with life […]

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The Rosemary Foundation in 2017: a year in numbers

Last year, The Rosemary Foundation saw a 10% annual increase in new patient assessments and took on 213 new patients. The average length of care given to a patient was 50 days. During 2017, our nursing and care support staff: Made 5,030 individual visits to patients (averaging 14 a day) Spent 6,260 hours with patients […]

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Car enthusiasts rev up support for The Rosemary Foundation

Car enthusiasts rev up support for The Rosemary Foundation

The Rosemary Foundation was delighted to be chosen by the Solent Renegades car club as their charity for 2018. The club held its first show of the year on Sunday, 15 April at the Farmhouse Pub in Portsmouth, raising £420 for the foundation from a raffle and collection buckets. Club member Dan Potter said: “Each […]

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What’s On June 2018

What’s On June 2018

As you will be aware from last month’s newsletter June is a busy month for those organising events on behalf of The Rosemary Foundation, including our own nurses who are holding their annual Tea-Party on Saturday 23rd June – which is also the date of our 21st anniversary. Firstly however, a big ‘THANK YOU’ to […]

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The Rosemary Foundation in 2017: Hospice Care Services in numbers

Last year, The Rosemary Foundation saw a 10% annual increase in new patient assessments and took on 213 new hospice care patients. The average length of hospice care services given to a patient was 50 days. During 2017, our nursing and care support staff: Made 5,030 individual visits to patients (averaging 14 a day) Spent […]

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What’s On May 2018

What’s On May 2018

April has been a busy month for The Rosemary Foundation, with several varied events including a walk in Liss Forest, which was very well attended, and Solent Renegades Car Club having their opening event of the year in Portsmouth – both raising money for The Rosemary Foundation. To keep up to date with future fundraising […]

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Petersfield man takes dog for 100-mile walk to raise money for “Hospice at Home” charity

Petersfield man takes dog for 100-mile walk to raise money for “Hospice at Home” charity

[Charity Release, Petersfield] One man and his dog will be going more than the extra mile to raise money for a Petersfield charity in a two-day endurance test along the South Downs Way. Mike Cantan, 29, who runs Animal Crackers pet food store in Petersfield will take part in the 100-mile “Since 1664 Yomp” charity […]

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