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What’s On September 2019

What’s On September 2019

After a fairly quiet summer, we are pleased to say that there is plenty coming up to fill your diary and support The Rosemary Foundation, during the rest of August into September and beyond. Find out more by reading this bumper edition of our ‘What’s On’ updates. Starting in August, there is a Quiz Night […]

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A new service available in conjuction with Artscape

A new service available in conjuction with Artscape

The Rosemary Foundation is delighted to be working in partnership with Artscape bringing ‘The Artscape Art Sessions’ to previous and current beneficiaries of The Rosemary Foundation’s care and support services. These sessions are fun and inclusive and do not require any artistic skills to take part, it is very much coming along and having a […]

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What’s On July 2019

What’s On July 2019

Well, it looks like we are finally moving back into Summer after that short burst of fine weather a couple of months ago, however our supporters are hedging their bets with a mix of indoor and outdoor events over the next couple of months. All of these events are, as always, being organised or paid […]

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What’s On May 2019

What’s On May 2019

Just as we thought it was safe to don our shorts and flowery shirts the weather has put us back into spring clothes, which is of course where we are in the calendar, however we can instead look forward to these forthcoming events we are bringing to you. All of these events are, as always, […]

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What’s On and Update March 2019

What’s On and Update March 2019

So, it has happened and The Rosemary Foundation has relocated its clinical and office administration services from Langrish to 35 Lavant Street in Petersfield – without disruption to the crucial patient care and support services we deliver. With a significant level of volunteer and ‘in-kind’ support (professional and other services provided without charge), for all […]

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What’s on Christmas Issue 2018

What’s on Christmas Issue 2018

Last month we prefaced the ‘What’s On’ for November and December with a preview of our Christmas Fayre, which we shall look back at later in this Christmas ‘special. In the meantime we can look forward to our last two events of 2018 – the gemini consort on the 8th and The Magic of Christmas […]

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What’s On For November & December

What’s On For November & December

We thought we would start this edition of Whats On with a look forward to what is our prime charity event of the year – our wonderful Christmas Fayre on Saturday 24th November, with doors opening at 10.00 am. This is our first time at The Petersfield School and we are grateful for the support […]

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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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