Archive for Month: January 2016

Thank you Sanchia and your team from Pink Pepperco…

Thank you Sanchia and your team from Pink Peppercorns (pinkpeppercorns.net), for an excellent meal on Friday… fb.me/XpndOaNz

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AlansAfrica News 10In 8 weeks from a piece of wasteland to this!

Today it is the new 2 classroom block of the new Good News Pentecostal Community School, Waterloo, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

A huge thank you to the 2 sponsors of the project: Brethertons Solicitors and The Rotary Club of Woodstock & Kidlington 100 Club

All the desk & bench sets will be made on site and the blackboards fitted very soon.

Alan would like to express his sincere personal thanks, on behalf of the children, teachers and community in general for your fantastic support.

You have “made a real difference” to this small impoverished rural community.

The Rotary Clubs of Reading and Banbury enjoying a…

The Rotary Clubs of Reading and Banbury enjoying an evening together in the District Darts Competition. fb.me/7RxmmvRKT

Rotary Youth Leadership Award 2016 Your opportuni…

Rotary Youth Leadership Award 2016

Your opportunity to be sponsored by the Rotary Club of Banbury

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Today, we enjoyed a most interesting and informati…

Today, we enjoyed a most interesting and informative talk about Cochlear Implants from Mrs. Claire Allen, a… fb.me/4rzSvB6H0

Rotary Young Chef Competition Congratulations to K…

Rotary Young Chef Competition
Congratulations to Katelyn Robbins from Chenderit School for winning the Rotary… fb.me/51f66Bkja

The Club activities started this year with a Fello…

The Club activities started this year with a Fellowship meeting on 8 January followed on the 15th by an amusing… fb.me/4mVxh2Fsj

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Rotary Youth Leadership Award 2016

Your opportunity to be sponsored by the Rotary Club of Banbury.

The Rotary organisation is about building a better society both locally and internationally. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) is Rotary’s way of giving young adults the opportunity to take part in developing qualities of leadership, team working, initiative, communication and problem solving at the start of their careers. The week long course includes activities such as; abseiling, navigation, canoeing, sailing, high ropes.

Who can take part? The short answer is that there is no particular type of person. Indeed the success of the course depends on there being a good mix of different ages between 18 and 25, backgrounds and experience, all with leadership potential. However, this is a very demanding course, so candidates must be both mentally and physically fit. The course takes place at a specially adapted centre in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales. There is no attendance cost to candidates, as these are met by the Rotary Club of Banbury.

RYLA1A team of local Rotarians will interview candidates who apply before the successful individual is selected. This participant must be prepared to contribute to as well as benefit from the RYLA course, and will be expected to give a short presentation of their experiences during a later meeting at the Rotary Club.

The next programme takes place from 16-23 July 2016. If you would like to know more or apply for a place please contact: Nigel Randall on 01295-810233, or e-mail.

Thank you to all our followers and supporters for…

Thank you to all our followers and supporters for your efforts on our behalf. We wish you and those whom we serve… fb.me/RCIgmSXb