The Rosie Crane Trust

Patron:  Mrs Louise Chapman

Latest News

  • Richard's Virgin London Marathon 2014

    Richard Mackrory has very kindly chosen to support the Rosie Crane Trust when he runs in the Virgin London Marathon on 13th April 2014. Richard is an...


  • Grief Journey South Somerset

    This new support group, generously sponsored by A E Stoodley and Son, has completed its first six week programme in Crewkerne, providing support and r...


  • Cookery Book

    We are very pleased to have the support of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall for our new cookery book. Hugh is very kindly giving us one of his recipes to i...


  • New Leaflet Design

    The trustees have been working hard on designing a new leaflet which we hope will convey the ethos of the Rosie Crane Trust and help to raise awarenes...


  • Pampered Chef Party

    Carol Rice kindly held a very successful Pampered Chef Party on Wednesday 29th January in aid of the Trust. There were cookery demonstrations of simp...


  • Cascade of Coffee Mornings

    We would like to continue our very successful Cascade of Coffee Mornings this year. If you or any of your friends would like to hold a coffee morning...


  • Stories

    Thank you to all the parents who have written their very moving stories for our display and website. I hope they will help other parents relate to th...


  • Agusta Westland

    We were very grateful to receive a donation of £111 from the staff at Agusta Westland Procurement and Supply Chain who so generously supported the Tr...


  • Isle Abbots PCC

    We would like to say a huge thank you to Gaynor and Peter Watts and all at Isle Abbots PCC for their very generous donation of £100 to the Trust. Th...


  • Candle Lighting

    At both our Taunton and Yeovil Drop-in Centre meetings in December we held a small candle lighting ceremony in memory of the sons and daughters we hav...


  • Ilminster Christmas Tree Festival

    This beautiful and moving festival at The Minster, Ilminster, from Monday December 9th - Saturday December 14th was well attended and the Trust receiv...


  • Christmas Craft Fair

    A Christmas Craft Fair was held on Sunday 1st December at Horton Village Hall and we took along our ever popular tombola which raised an amazing £150...



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Donate / Get Involved


The Rosie Crane Trust is dependent totally upon donations and the commitment of our volunteers and supporters in raising funds or giving of their time to the work of the Trust. These individual efforts enable us to provide the vital support and reassurance that bereaved parents need and deserve.


Volunteering

 There are a number of ways in which your valuable time and skills could help:


Please contact us by email (contact@rosiecranetrust.co.uk) or call 01460 55120 to find out more about volunteering with the Rosie Crane Trust.

 

Fundraising and Events

We simply would not be here for the bereaved parents who need us, if it were not for those numerous people who generously support the Trust each year. We are very appreciative of the extraordinary efforts supporters go to when fundraising for us.

Recent events include:


A selection of images from our past events can be viewed in our Photo Gallery.

If you would like to get involved in one of our events, run your own event, or have an idea for a fundraising activity, please email us at (contact@rosiecranetrust.co.uk) or telephone 01460 55120.

 

Corporate Support 

The support that we receive from local communities and local businesses is vital in helping us provide the services that bereaved parents need and deserve. Please contact us at contact@rosiecranetrust.co.uk if you would like to find out more about how to become a corporate supporter of the Rosie Crane Trust.


Sharing your Experiences

Many bereaved parents find it helpful to share their experiences with others and to hear from parents in similar positions to themselves. As part of this process, we are building a database of stories, poetry and prose which can be viewed at our Poetry & Prose page. Please send or email (contact@rosiecranetrust.co.uk) any meaningful poems or prose that have helped you or others through the grieving process.


Online Community

Subscribe to our bi-monthly newsletters by email. Each edition contains latest news, updates and upcoming events for the Trust. To view previous newsletters, please visit our Newsletters page.
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Ways to Give

Any donations to the work of the Rosie Crane Trust are always extremely welcome and make a real difference to the level of services and support we are able to provide.

Online donations can be made by clicking here.

You can also donate via Just Giving (talk to us further about this option) or by sending a cheque to Rosie Crane Trust, PO Box 62, Ilminster, Somerset TA19 0WW.