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More Walkers Than Ever Join the Rosy 2016 Walk

          The ROSY Walk 2016 was a Tremendous Success. 57 walkers left Cornbury Park at 7:45 a.m. having been briefed by the Lady Rotherwick and partaken of tea, coffee and brownies, in lovely sunny conditions despite the forecasts. The conditions were to remain very pleasant for the whole walk. After one…

Do You Need A Speaker?

If any organisation is looking for a speaker what about the ROSY Secretary? George Hedges will talk about his 45 years in  the Police Service and some of the interesting cases he was involved in. He will also tell you the story of the ROSY charity and the work it does.

The Coventry Building Society Supports ROSY

We are delighted to report that the Coventry Building Society has selected ROSY as their Community Partner for the coming year. They will raise money for us and assist us in any way they can with our own projects. We have held our first meeting and we look forward to a positive relationship in the…

Dragon boats in action

The Unipart Way

Members of staff at the Unipart complex in Cowley spent  the last few months carrying out all sorts of activities to raise money for ROSY. Amongst other things they had   A Father Christmas breakfast for the children Dragon Boat racing An Aunt Sally competition A number of dress down days Cake sales On Tuesday…

Cornbury Stately Car Boot Sale 2016

We have received many enquiries about whether we will be running the Stateley Car Boot Sale this year. The answer is a resounding YES. It will be held in the beautiful grounds of Cornbury Park in early Sepember. Stall holders will be asked to pay £50 for their pitch and there will be an entrance…


Our Patron, The Lady Rotherwick, published a massage earlier on our fundraising page about this years ROSY walk. I can tell you that the arrangements are now well in hand, the route has been determined and all we need now is for your participation.   It is a great day and many of those participating…

Oxford High Junior School

contacted us before Christmas and asked if the children there could make some Christmas cards for the sick children. What a wonderful thought. They did just that and the fantastic cards were distributed to our children at our Christmas Lunch held at the Oxfordshire Hotel in Dcember. It is a great comfort to know that…

The Whealey Bridge Club

made a donation to ROSY over the Christmas period from their members. Thank you all for thinking of us and our families, that was very kind of you.

Marston Scout Group

asked ROSY if we could support them in their staging of a Christmas Fayre in December by having a stall at the Fayre. We were delighted to help. We made many new friends and some much needed money.