July News

Wishing all our customers happy holidays!

The Friends of the Rosie Hospital are helping to make the Rosie a more comfortable environment for mothers and babies. If you have any toy stuffing or yarn we are in urgent need of your donation. For up-to-the minute information follow Rosie in Stitches facebook page.

Rosie in Stitches would like to thank all our customers at our recent stalls, We collected £30 at the Chesterton Festival and £35 at the 50th Anniversary Fete, Bar Hill our income for 2017 is now at £680.

You can shop from us HERE or at the

Tea Bar, Rosie Hospital Outpatient Clinic
Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm

New members are always welcome, whether to contribute financially, to join our team of knitters, to organise the three large stalls per year at Addenbrooke’s Outpatients, provide transport for our volunteers, display a small selection of our wares or to help on the Rosie tea bar. Contact Mary Sanders on 01223 356615 further details are given on our Volunteering page.

Whether you’re looking to book a beach getaway, stock up on your summer skincare essentials or refresh your wardrobe – check out the top deals at www.easyfundraising.org.uk/forh. Find the eVoucher codes on the Special Offers page.  Like Easyfundraising on facebook and you’ll be entered into the prize draw. For another chance to win, enter on their blog

Tell your friends about easyfundraising. Be a part of something special, sign up to support Friends of the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge, England today.

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You can raise funds by using the Easyfundraising search site at http://forh.easysearch.org.uk

Thank you for your continued support”

June News

Dad’s “Happy Father’s Day from Friends of the Rosie Hospital”.

Make Dad feel good. One of our affiliates IWOOT has perfect gifts for Father’s Day. Click on the link on our right to check out their range.

The Friends of the Rosie Hospital are helping to make the Rosie a more comfortable environment for mothers and babies. If you have any toy stuffing or yarn we are in urgent need of your donation. For up-to-the minute information follow Rosie in Stitches facebook page.

Rosie in Stitches would like to thank all our customers at our recent stalls, our income for 2017 is already at £620.

See below for where you can shop with us again.

Upcoming Stall dates this Summer

Tea Bar, Rosie Hospital Outpatient Clinic
Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm

Chesterton Festival, Recreation Ground
Saturday 17th June 1pm to 5pm

50th Anniversary Fete, Bar Hill Village Green
Saturday 1st July 1pm to 5pm

New members are always welcome, whether to contribute financially, to join our team of knitters, to organise the three large stalls per year at Addenbrooke’s Outpatients, provide transport for our volunteers, display a small selection of our wares or to help on the Rosie tea bar. Contact Mary Sanders on 01223 356615 further details are given on our Volunteering page.

Whether you’re looking to book a beach getaway, stock up on your summer skincare essentials or refresh your wardrobe ready for the warmer months – check out the top deals at www.easyfundraising.org.uk/forh. Find the eVoucher codes on the Special Offers page.  Like Easyfundraising on facebook and you’ll be entered into the prize draw. For another chance to win, enter on their blog

Tell your friends about easyfundraising. Give more than a gift this Father’s Day by shopping for your gifts online through easyfundraising. If everyone in the UK did this we could raise an extra £6.4 million for charities and good causes in one day. Be a part of something special, sign up to support Friends of the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge, England today.

Install the Donation Reminder before June 8th and if you raise a donation using it within 30 days, we’ll give Friends of the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge, England a bonus 50p donation

You can raise funds by using the Easyfundraising search site at http://forh.easysearch.org.uk

Thank you for your continued support”

International Day of the Midwife 2017

On 5th May 2017 the team at the Rosie Hospital celebrated the history of midwifery.

Chief nurse Ann-Marie Ingle with head of midwifery, Anna Shasha, who came as Sister Monica Joan of Nonnatus House

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Mary Cooper put together a display about the Friends of the Rosie. She and Susan Howlett enjoyed the day talking about the charity.

Some of the staff dressed up in past nurses’ uniforms and Sarah Hackett had a stall about breast feeding and displaying the knitted boobs she had requested earlier. She also had dolls of different nationalities there, which we are paying for and for which she is very grateful. People were very interested in the scrapbook.

The Addenbrooke’s Archivist had a book with handwritten entries of births back to the 1930’s. Most were ‘legitimate’ but some not and she was asked what ‘illegitimate’ meant by a 30 something adult. A social revolution!

We sold £20 worth of knittted goods.