On Saturday, 29th April, District 1220 hosted the RIBI Regional Young Chef Final at The Samworth Church Academy near Mansfield. 8 Young Chefs took part from Rotary Districts 1040, 1070 and 1220. The winner was Rebecca from District 1040 and she will represent the region in the National Final on 20th May in Lincoln.
Sheffield Vulcan RC are holding their annual motor show in Sheffield City Centre on Saturday June 3, 9-00 to 5-00 and Sunday June 4th 9-00 to 4-00.
As well as 53 cars from 11 manufacturers, there will be a Fire Appliance, Edale Mountain Rescue Vehicle, IAM, Sheffield College Motor Vehicle apprentices, one or two older cars and a TUK TUK.
It is also hoped that The Red Arrows or an aircraft from BBMF will fly over (details to be announced later). This is a free event on the City Centre Pedestrian Precincts.
Seven local charities and Rotary will benefit from this event.
Photos from the 2016 event
Have you got the dates of this year’s Music in the Gardens in your diary?
Thursday 29th June to Sunday 2nd July.
Music in the Gardens is pleased to announce its line-up for this year’s 4-day music festival in the Sheffield Botanical Gardens.
Rotarians and Rotary Clubs will be able to acquire tickets directly from the Company, thus saving the booking fee.
Thursday 29th June
|THE ZOMBIES in aid of Roundabout (A Sheffield Homeless Young Person’s Home)|
Friday 30th June
|THE BOOTLEG BEATLES in aid of Neurocare|
Saturday 1st July
|10CC in aid of Aquabox|
Sunday 2nd July
|NIGHT AT THE MOVIES in aid of Rotary Foundation
(Unite the Union Brass Band and the Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra
Each evening there will also be local support bands.
For any information about Music in the Gardens, contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Music in the Gardens. A company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales under company number 07504903 and whose registered office is at 62 Endcliffe Hall Avenue, Sheffield, S10 3EL. Registered Charity number 1142229
Peter Moralee welcomed over 100 fellow Rotarians to the annual Foundation Seminar at the Derbyshire Hotel on the 10th Nov.
The Seminar updates club representatives on the progress of the only Rotary International charity – the Rotary Foundation.
Thanks were expressed to the over 80% of District Clubs who actively support their charity in addition to their many standalone club projects. Updates were given on the End Polio mission, making a grant application, and the creative process behind the Rotary club of Doncaster St Leger’s End Polio pack for primary schools. Peace fellow Yuko Maeno updated on her progress by video from Japan, – complete with her recently born baby! A personal appearance by current peace fellow Mike Niemiec on his military experience and induction into the Rotary Peace Program at the University of Bradford provided a fascinating insight into the benefits these scholarships deliver to the world.
The first ever Charity Quiz Night organised by the recently-formed Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield has raised £630 to be shared by three local charities:- Ashgate Hospicecare, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, and Wirksworth based Rotary Aquabox, which is a leading provider of clean water and other humanitarian aid to disasters around the World.
The first winners of the new Challenge Trophy was ‘The Fab Five’.
The fun event, supported by around 100 people, was held at the Fox & Goose on Thursday 17 November 2016 and was organised by rotarian Paul Davies of the Satellite Club.
ROTARY D1220 YOUNG CHEF DISTRICT FINAL
Kirkby in Ashfield
Saturday 4th March 1pm
Closing date for entries 3rd February 2017
IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE ENTRIES!!
Ashfield School can only accommodate a maximum of 9 chefs. This means we will be limiting the number of entrants. If your club intends to run a Young Chef competition, you may book a place in the District Final. Places will be allocated on first come first served basis. Please send an email to Rtn Wendy Watson (email below) before 31st December 2016 to request a place, stating the name of your club and the date of your competition.
Entrants must then be notified to Wendy by the closing date. A club that books a place but does not send an entry form by the closing date will lose the place which will go to a club on the reserve list.
The Rotary Young Chef Competition is a well-established and successful competition organized and promoted by Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland and sponsored by Filippo Berio.
It is a four stage national competition to support and encourage development of cookery skills.
This competition aims to encourage young people to:
- Learn how to cook a healthy meal
- Develop food presentation skills
- Consider food hygiene issues
- Develop organizational and planning skills
- Develop an ability to cope in a demanding situation
For further information contact Rtn Wendy Watson at email@example.com
For competition rules and entry form follow this link Young Chef on D1220 website
Long Eaton Dawnbreakers are holding an International Fundraising Evening at The Chandelier Indian Restaurant in Long Eaton on Tuesday 29th November starting at 7.00pm.
The evening will include a talk by Rotarian and Consultant Surgeon from Derby Royal Hospital, Syed Iftikhar about his work with a hospital in Pakistan.
Funds from the evening will also go towards projects we support in Ghana and Fiji.
Tickets are just £15 and include a 3 course Indian Meal. Booking in advance required through Rotarian Leon Wade on 07989 959748 or firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at Fugue Music in Long Eaton.
Three local charities have shared the proceeds from the successful Eckington Classic Car & Bike Show organised by the Rotary Club of Chesterfield at Renishaw Hall in June each year.
Ashgate Hospicecare, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospital, and Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity have this year each received £2,900 each as a result of this popular event.
The latest presentation was made to Lynn Jones, community fundraiser for Ashgate Hospicecare, at the October meeting of the newly-formed Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield, whose membership of younger professionals helped steward the event.
Pictured are Lynn Jones with satellite club chairman Peter Blant, satellite club secretary John Nettleship (right), and car show main organiser Alan Clarke (left).
The Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield meets on the last Wednesday of each month at Bramption Manor, Chesterfield (5.30pm). To enquire about membership contact secretary John Nettleship on 01246 555111.
The date of the 2017 Eckington Classic Car & Bike Show has already been announced, it will be held at Renishaw Hall on Wednesday 14 June 2017.
The next District Conference will be held in Llandudno over the weekend of 29th September to 1st October
Price of Registration held at £40
Price of Gala Dinner held at £35
- Variety of Hotels with prices to suit all pockets – remember when booking you only need B&B on the Saturday Night, for Sat Night is Gala Dinner Night.
- First Class Entertainment
- Quality Speakers—details to follow
- Re-vamped Showcase.
- We can’t promise anything but what would YOU like to see included. Ideas to Conference Director PDG Steve Lawes via email@example.com.
An Art Exhibition has been commended for showcasing the creative work of talented local students from eight senior schools in Chesterfield.
Local people flocked to see over 500 high-quality and diverse art exhibits on display at St Andrews United Reformed Church over the weekend of 8th and 9th October 2016.
The successful event, organized jointly by the Rotary Club of Chesterfield in conjunction with local schools, was officially opened by the Mayor of Chesterfield, Cllr Steve Brunt, who congratulated the students and presented certificates.
The eight senior schools taking part were:- Brookfield, Hasland Hall, Outwood Academy Newbold, Netherthorpe, Parkside, Springwell College, St Mary’s Catholic High School, and Whittington Green.