Please see the linked statement regarding national finals.
The 1220 District Young Chef on Saturday was very close to call and competed for by our 4 finalists, Ruben Carroll, Pearle Smedley-Castle both sponsored by Buxton Rotary, Ruby Stonier and Euan Waugh both sponsored by Mansfield Rotary. All 4 received their awards from DG David with Euan being the overall winner and Ruby joining him in the Regional Final to be held in Leeds on 14 March. We congratulate all participants. Sincere thanks must go to our judges, Bill Smith and Samworth Academy also Rtn Phil Stone for coming in at the last moment to run the event. PDG Michael would be proud. Thank you everyone.
If you know youngsters between 15 and 17 years of age, please let them know the Registration will be opened soon for them to register their interest for next year exchanges with Rotary. The two programmes we will be running are the Short Term Exchange up to three weeks and Camps.
The District 1220 Youth Exchange Officer (DYEO) will start to look for Exchange Partners for them. The website to register is www.youthexchange.org.uk
If anyone requires more information, please contact Cas Francis on email: email@example.com. Remember to Exchange with Rotary you must register with RI or RIBI.
The Rotary Club of Long Eaton and local Interactors are holding a Family Fun Day on 16th August 12:00 noon to 4pm
Venue is Westfield Park Events Field.
Please refer to the attached flyer for further information and contact information.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
For competition rules and entry form follow this link Young Chef on D1220 website
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.
Clubs are invited to hold Young writer heats in order to submit candidates to the RIBI Young Writer competition. Further details on the Youth Services page
Event : 20TH ANNUAL DISTRICT YOUNG MUSICIAN GALA CONCERT
Date : SUN MARCH 22ND @ ROBERT LUDLAM THEATRE DERBY- 19.00
Subject : NOMINATIONS – CLOSING DATE FEBRUARY 28TH
DATE PLACE & TIME
A reminder that this year event which will be the 20th anniversary concert and a ‘landmark occasion’ has been brought forward in response to requests to avoid exam timetables and takes place on SUNDAY MARCH 22ND and at the date of this posting ( 12 /02) that’s barely 6 weeks away ! Its again at the Robert Ludlam Theatre Derby at 19.00
EVENT & ENTRY INFORMATION :
Sent previously to club secretaries/Youth Services co-ordinators last November but can be accessed and downloaded via this site
NOMINATIONS TO PERFORM :
This is an urgent reminder to all clubs intending to nominate performers that they need to do so as soon as possible and if possible no later than February 28th ! It being the 20th and landmark anniversary for the event its hoped that as many clubs as possible try to and identify and submit their young nominee’s application to perform.
WHERE TO SEND NOMINATIONS :
NOT to myself but directly to my fellow organizer TERRY CLAY (Melbourne) on 01509 672057 / 07789 812969 email : email@example.com
Though usually well supported, getting ‘bums on seats’ is not the easiest task so once again club secretaries will soon be mailed a supply of tickets on ‘ sale or return’ . Still unable to find any better means of ensuring a good audience it’s accepted they’re mailed out ‘unsolicited’ however they aren’t ‘ours’ but are issued by the theatre and therefore ‘hold a ‘face value’ so to any club unable to sell their allocation , WE REALLY DO NEED THEM BACK ! NO LATER THAN SATURDAY MARCH 14TH Please try and sell yours if you can and even if you may not have a participant ,try and support the evening – It’s always a highly enjoyable evening with wonderfully talented young performers
Any enquires between Feb 23rd – March 4th to Terry Clay and not myself (away on holiday)
John Hall – Youth Services Team (Amber Valley)
The District heats of the Inter-District Football Tournament will take place on Sunday March 22nd at Burton upon Trent with the winners progressing to the inter-district final on Saturday 31st May 2015 at St Georges Park.
Players must be 11 years or under as at 31st August 2014 in either mixed teams or boys teams and girls teams.
Rules, points of interest and reservation form are attached.