Rosie’s Social Enterprises are investing in a new delivery van to allow them to grow and develop their outside catering business at Rosie’s Café.

For over 15 years Turning Point Scotland has held an annual fundraising golf day at Newburgh-on-Ythan Golf Club, Aberdeenshire. Some of the leading subsea companies supplying the oil industry have kindly supported the event and they have raised well over £100 000 for additional benefits for our services in the North-East during the last decade and a half.

Alison Paterson, Service Manager, Rosie’s Social Enterprises said:

“We have been awarded £10,000 from the golf money and £8,000 from budget to buy a new delivery van for our outside catering business at Rosies Café.

The van we have at the moment is 10 years old and to continue the growth of the outside catering  business a more reliable van is essential. We also use the van for delivery of picture framing orders and collection of donated materials for the craft workshop, so it helps all the projects within the enterprises.”