The Friends of the Rosie Hospital are raising money to help make the Rosie a more comfortable environment for mothers and babies. So far in 2021 we have raised over £100.
By using our online store you will be avoiding the crowded shops and keeping yourself 2m away from other shoppers. You can shop for new items here or donated items in our rosieinstitches2010 eBay charity store, and vintage knitting patterns on our facebook page. Please take a look at our extensive selection of jumpers and cardigans ideal to keep babies and children up to 4 years old toasty and warm through the autumn and winter.
Please also refer to our facebook page which is updated daily.
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New members are always welcome, whether to contribute financially, to join our team of knitters, provide transport for our volunteers or display a small selection of our wares. If you would like to donate some of your spare time while you are staying safe at home, pop over to our volunteering page for some ideas.
If you have been spending your lockdown spring cleaning, we are still welcoming donations of craft materials.
We need to find alternative storage space for the items we have for sale. If you have a garage or a shed that you are not making full use of would you consider letting it out to our charity.
Unfortunately, we are still unable to open our tea bar in Clinic 21 at The Rosie Hospital.
**** UPDATED COVID VISITING INFORMATION****
Restrictions put in place are being reconsidered. Some are being lifted but other areas may remain with visiting restrictions in place as the priority has to be the safety of patients.
All other visiting will stop – this is to include all inpatient areas, including the Antenatal and postnatal ward. The Rosie Hospital Facebook Page
Thank you for your continued support