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What The Rosemary Foundation’s Lights of Remembrance service means to one volunteer

What The Rosemary Foundation’s Lights of Remembrance service means to one volunteer

On Sunday, November 26th 2017, 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. Barbara Toms became a voluntary administrator for The Rosemary Foundation ten years ago, shortly after the death of her partner Ash, in […]

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Hospice services are still misunderstood by the general public

Hospice services are still misunderstood by the general public

Nearly a third of UK adults (31 per cent) think hospice care is only available in a hospice building, according to a recent survey. And fewer than half of adults in the UK (45 per cent) know that hospice care is also made available at home by organisations like The Rosemary Foundation. In fact only a […]

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The Great Fishing Match Game is being launched this weekend to support The Rosemary Foundation

The Great Fishing Match Game is being launched this weekend to support The Rosemary Foundation

                     A brand new family board game about to hit the table tops of Britain will hold a launch to raise money for The Rosemary Foundation. The Great Fishing Match game is due to be launched at Langrish House near Petersfield from 6.15pm to 9pm on Saturday, […]

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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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20th Anniversary & Other Events

20th Anniversary & Other Events

The Rosemary Foundation thanks its supporters for a wonderful Christmas Christmas is a very busy time for everyone, so it was fantastic to see so many of our helpers and supporters willing to go the extra mile and help raise money for The Rosemary Foundation. We would like to say a big “thank you” to […]

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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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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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We’re very sociable at The Rosemary Foundation

We’re very sociable at The Rosemary Foundation

Now the nights are drawing in, what better way to spend a pleasant evening with friends and get the brain cells going, than to take part in a quiz night and supper. And when the night is for a good cause, that’s extra reason for a warm feeling on a cold October night. 20 years’ […]

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TRF Runners

TRF Runners

Fundraisers are running the gauntlet for The Rosemary Foundation The Rosemary Foundation has always been fortunate that people are prepared to raise money for us through organised charity events and sponsored challenges, but the Olympics seems to be inspiring lots of people to put on their trainers and run for us: Not only are we […]

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