This year’s event is rapidly approaching and is on Sunday April 24th and once again is at the Robert Ludlam Theatre Derby commencing at 19.00 :
Tickets are now on sale , however due to the expansion of the District and limited capacity of the theatre it’s no longer practical to distribute to clubs on ‘sale or return. For the first time they’re being sold to order on a ‘first come first served’ basis ,so to buy for your club, please contact John Hall ( Amber Valley) preferably by email at email@example.com or by phone on 01773 540001
Performer Nominations : As the date rapidly approaches we need your nominations as quickly as possible which need to be on the nomination form you can find together with any other information you may need on the website at YOUNG MUSICIAN NOMINATION FORM . If though your club is still in the process of selection it will help in planning if you could advise Terry Clay (Melbourne) accordingly that a nomination is pending . Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01509 672057
Stop Press! Performing on the evening as a guest will be Benammi Swift who enthralled last year’s audience with his stunning versatility on the melodeon . This year’s performance comes just 4 days before Benammi appears at the annual BBC Folk Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall on Wed April 27th . Benammi has been nominated as a finalist in the category ‘BBC Radio Young Folk Award’ .Broadcast live on the night on both BBC iPlayer and Red Button plus on Radio 2 , Benammi will perform live during the interval with the other three nominees in his category and we wish him all the luck that his talent deserves
The annual Rotary sponsored Young Chef Competition 2016 for local schools in Chesterfield brought another close finish from the students taking part. The winner this year was Hannah Parnaby (St Mary’s Catholic High School) for her starter of King Scallops on a bed of pea puree topped with asparagus marinated salad, and a main course of Sea Bass in a white white & cream sauce.
The three other competitors who were all adjudged second equal were:- Alex Stephenson (Whittington Green School), Cameron Mark (Parkside Community School), and Ty Bridges (Springwell Community School). For the fifth year the event was kindly hosted by Parkside Community School and organized for the Rotary Club of Chesterfield by Rotarian Ian Gordon.
Winner Hannah Parnaby (St Mary’s Catholic High School) being presented with the cup by Chesterfield Rotary joint-president David Dolman
A chance to enjoy the taste of some rare Scottish malt whiskies (minimum six different whiskies) in a convivial atmosphere of a private function room at the Olde House, Newbold, Chesterfield, S40 4RN, on Friday 4 March 2016 (7.00pm for 7.30pm).
The evening also includes a traditional Scottish supper of Haggis, Bashed Neeps, and Champit Tatties, the attendance of a Scottish Piper, and there are prizes to be won as well. Tickets for this Scottish treat of an evening are £22 a head.
This annual social event, organised by the Rotary Club of Chesterfield, is open to all Rotarians and their friends. Contact Chesterfield Rotary past-president Jim Haggarty on 01246 239411 to book a place.
Music in the City Hall is a weekend of events organised by Rotary clubs of South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire. Profits from the events go to Rotary Charities.
Thursday 17th March is ’80s Invasion’, featuring Midge Ure, Big Country, Nick Heyward and Curiosity Killed the Cat
Friday 18th March is Courtney Pine plus support
Saturday 19th March is China Crisis plus support
The afternoon of Sunday 20th March is ‘Spring into Music’ featuring the Keith Peters Big Band, Unite the Nation Brass Band and the Abbeydale Singers.
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Busy younger business people in Chesterfield who want to help others will soon get the chance to get-together with an exciting new Rotary venture. The Rotary Club of Chesterfield is looking to set up a satellite club, which is a brand new concept of Rotary where busy people who are time poor, with a variety of skills to offer, are invited to work with others to give something back to the local community.
Chesterfield Rotary member Rob Woodhead of BRM Solictors said: “Satellite members can meet when it suits them during business hours, or in a bar after work. They get to choose their own projects and priorities but still remain part of the worldwide organization of Rotary International.”
He added: “We recognize that busy professionals will want to do things their own way with less formality and this new satellite club gives them that chance in Chesterfield for the first time.”
A launch meeting for interested people is being held at Calabria Italian Restaurant, Glumangate, Chesterfield, on Wednesday 27 January 2016 from 5.30pm. Potential members can obtain more details from Rob Woodhead 01246 555111 or email email@example.com
Photo credit Ben Keating (cropped)
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