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Tom Cann’s Paris Marathon Challenge

Tom Cann’s Paris Marathon Challenge

After his 2016 challenge of Cycling the 100 mile South Downs Road Ride, Tom Cann has decided to set himself a bigger challenge for 2017. Tom says “I have entered in to run my first ever marathon in Paris on the 9th April. This running malarkey is certainly much harder than cycling but I am determined to […]

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Rosemary Foundation receives a GOOD rating from CQC

Rosemary Foundation receives a GOOD rating from CQC

It’s always good to receive independent validation that you’re doing something right, and that’s just what The Rosemary Foundation received in December when the Care Quality Commission gave us a GOOD rating for our “Hospice at Home” service. We had just 48 hours’ notice before two inspectors visited and spent two days going over all […]

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Volunteer Visitors Needed

Volunteer Visitors Needed

Can you spare a few hours a week to support someone facing a life-limiting illness? For more information and to find out about our next training course, please contact the Rosemary Foundation by phone 01730 266329 or email info@rosemary-foundation.org.uk The Rosemary Foundation provides palliative care in the homes of people with a life limiting illness […]

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20th Anniversary Tea Parties!

20th Anniversary Tea Parties!

This year The Rosemary Foundation will have served the local community for 20 years. During this time we have cared for over 2,000 patients and their families.  To mark this significant milestone anniversary, we would like to invite you to host a ‘china’ tea party during May, June or July to help us raise vital […]

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Simon Ware’s Great South Run

Simon Ware’s Great South Run

We visited the Mary Rose Museum recently where we were delighted to be presented with a cheque for £945 from Simon Ware, the museum’s Collections Officer. Simon raised the money in sponsorship when he took part in his 27th Great South Run in October and is very grateful to all his family, friends and colleagues […]

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The Great Yomp 2017

The Great Yomp 2017

For further details about how you can take advantage of a Rosemary Foundation sponsored entry in The Great Yomp 2017 (limited number available) please contact Jeremy Mitchell at The Rosemary Foundation (email info@rosemary-foundation.org.uk; tel: 01730 266329). You’ll find more about last year’s Yomp at The Great Yomp 2016

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Business Growth Network Plays Santa

Business Growth Network Plays Santa

Local business networking group plays Santa to donate £500 to The Rosemary Foundation A group of local businesspeople donned their best Christmas jumpers on a cold, dark morning to hand over a cheque for more than £500 to a “hospice at home” nursing charity at their weekly breakfast meeting. The Business Growth Network (BGN) meets […]

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Business Growth Network

Business Growth Network

Those lovely people at BGN Petersfield have donated £500 to The Rosemary Foundation from events held during the year and raised a further £34.50 at their breakfast meeting this week! Thank you Business Growth Network

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Blackmoor Golf Club Presentation

Blackmoor Golf Club Presentation

The Rosemary Foundation was chosen as its Charity of the Year by Blackmoor Golf Club. During his year as Club Captain, Chris Ingram was delighted to raise the superb amount of £9,000 and our grateful thanks go to Chris and all the members at Blackmoor who gave such great support to this fundraising.

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Dedicate a light to a loved one at The Rosemary Foundation’s Lights of Remembrance service

Dedicate a light to a loved one at The Rosemary Foundation’s Lights of Remembrance service

This month, The Rosemary Foundation will hold its annual Lights of Remembrance service to give friends and relatives the opportunity to dedicate a light in memory of a loved one. You are welcome to join us on Sunday November 27th from 4:30 pm at Langrish House, by kind invitation of Nigel and Robina Talbot-Ponsonby. On […]

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