Event Reviews

Coffee Bar Fundraising for Rosemere

What a lovely afternoon Area Fundraiser Louise had on Tuesday 24th September when she called in to the coffee bar at Central Methodist Church, Hargreaves Street, Burnley to meet Rosemere supporter Anne Pollitt, her husband and her friends.

For the past 4 years Anne has been making delicious homemade lemon cheese, jams, chutneys and pickles to sell for local charities, in this time she has raised a wonderful £432.25 for Rosemere - THANK YOU

Asda Accrington Continue In Their Generosity

Thank you to all our volunteers who helped with a store collection at Asda Accrington on the 6thSeptember.  Through the generosity and kindness of staff and customers a wonderful £142.60 was raised.  Here are volunteers Pauline and Barbara collecting for us, they are our Rosemere twins!

Ribchester Market Supports Rosemere Again

Thank you to Andrew Wallin for holding the Ribchester August Charity Market back on Monday 26th August in support of Rosemere. Thank you to everybody who supported the day and helped Andrew to raise a wonderful £188.70. Rosemere volunteers Norma and Margaret hosted a tombola and stall on the day which raised a further £175.50. 

Since August 2016 Andrew has raised an amazing £943.65 for Rosemere through the annual event and taking part in Rosemere events, thank you and well done Andrew!

Rosemere Makes A Meal Of Clitheroe Food Fest!

A meal was made out of this year’s Clitheroe Food Festival, raising £562.86 from a raffle and tombola that visitors played at its Castle Street stall.  First prize in the raffle was a four-piece set of wheeled luggage worth £150. It was donated by longstanding Rosemere supporters Pete and Christine Gainsley, proprietors of Purdie Oak in Castle Street. Second prize was a £10 meat voucher donated by Tom’s Cooked Meats, of Clitheroe Market. 

Thank you to everybody who ventured out in the rain to support the day!

Supporters Roll-up For Rosemere At Darwen Market

Traders and shoppers raised £85.59 taking it turns on a tombola when Rosemere Cancer Foundation stood a stall on Darwen Market.  The stall was not only to raise funds but also, to raise awareness of its work and the work of Macmillan as Rosemere Cancer Foundation’s East Lancs fundraising co-ordinator Louise Grant was joined by Michelle Davis, Macmillan Information & Support Assistant, who is based at Rosemere Cancer Centre, the region’s specialist cancer treatment centre at the Royal Preston Hospital. The duo handed out cancer awareness leaflets, Rosemere information and answered questions.

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