Oxfordshire Oesophageal and Stomach Organisation

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Notable Donations

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April 2020OOSO invited people to be creative and set up their own 2.6 Challenge. Click here to see the progress.
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October 2019Bernadette Downes and her partner Michael held a dance in Oxford with profits being donated to OOSO.
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September 2019There's nothing like quality refreshment after a long walk. Enter Ann Dennis and her team with another BBQ in Wytham Woods.
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August 2019Matt Carter and his wife Doreen organised a Walk with OOSO along fifty miles of The Ridgeway through Oxfordshire. In fact, with the ups and downs of the hills it was more like sixty miles.
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May 2019Another Spring, another Plant Sale at the Churchill Hospital. Matt Carter and his team of growers were busy again.
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May 2019Not to be outdone by her parents, Lucy Dennis organised the Tap Social in Oxford.
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November 2018Brian Baker persuaded the Rotary Club of High Wycombe to honour OOSO with some of the proceeds from their Sporting Lunch.
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September/October 2018Bruno Sgromo was "our man holding the fort" during the 2015 JOGLE Cycle Ride. This year he ran the Blenheim and Oxford Half-Marathons within a week of each other.
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September 2018Ann's Munchies, comprising Ann Dennis and her team, provided another superb BBQ at Wytham Woods
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May 2018Matt Carter had a number of other green-fingered helpers providing plants for this year's Plant Sale
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April 2018Louise Letman completed her double and ran the London Marathon.
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March 2018The Provincial Gran Primo of The Buffs In Oxfordshire during 2017 was Jim Campbell. He nominated OOSO to benefit from their fundraising activities during the year.
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February 2018Gordon Snake arranged a Burns Night with OOSO sharing in the proceeds
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December 2017Zoe Patrick, in her role as Chairman of the Oxfordshire County Council, hosted a black-tie dinner.
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October 2017Louise Letman ran the Oxford Half-Marathon as a thank you for the support given to her father, Roy.
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October 2017In memory of her father, Leszek, Natalia Krzyzanek ran the Royal Parks Half-Marathon.
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October 2017Nikki Petherick ran the Oxford Half-Marathon as a thank you for the support that her mother, Elaine, had received.
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September 2017Ann Dennis, Rob's wife, held the first of the annual BBQ's in Wytham Woods.
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September 2017Minna, a friend of Matt Carter, invited him to host a pop-up shop in the Village Hall in their village.
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August 2017Matt Carter and Dr Ed White set up a stall at the Thame Community Market.
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April 2017Matt Carter organised a Plant Sale that was held outside the Churchill Hospital.
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March 2017Rob Dennis nominated OOSO to benefit from the Oxford Guild of Chefs 50th Black Tie Anniversary Dinner held at Christ Church College, Oxford.
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September 2016Nick Maynard's elder son Jack finished the Bristol half-marathon wearing a 20kg weighted vest.
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August 2016Nick Maynard's younger son Paddy and Paddy's friend Rupert Swan completed the gruelling Tough Mudder.
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July 2016Matt Carter collected a number of "spare" items from different people and put them in an auction in Bath.
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June 2016Josh Campbell, at the tender age of ten, completed the Kids Fun Marathon at Henley-on-Thames.
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April/May 2016Richard Bush completed the Paris marathon and the Milton Keynes marathon as a thank you for the support provided to his mother Lorraine.
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April 2016Barny Elwes organised a Family Fun Walk as part of the Worth School campaign to raise funds for nominated charities. 
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September 2015A dedicated team of ten riders completed around 1,000 miles cycling from John O'Groats to Land's End. In total more than thirty riders raised funds while they were in the saddle.
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September 2015Rebecca Lambert had her hair shortened in a sponsored cut with the proceeds going to OOSO.
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July 2014The first of the Waitrose Stores to donate to OOSO based on the taken allocations made by customers. This practise has been continuing with a fresh donation every six months.
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December 2013Jacob Davis for his grandfather and the sisters Georgina and Alice Weston for their father did a parachute jump.
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March 2012Bob Marshall ran a half-marathon in Banbury. There he is in the middle of the frame sporting an OOSO top. 
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