Archive for Month: March 2019

Crocus Concerts – March 2019

The Rotary Club of Banbury presents

 

MARCH CROCUS CONCERTS 2019

at St Mary’s Church, Banbury

Choirs and Musicians from Local Schools
7.00pm – admission £5 at the door
accompanied children free
(No advance ticket sales)

Tuesday 12th
Bloxham, Sibford and Tudor Hall

Thursday 14th
Chenderit, North Oxfordshire Academy, The Warriner,  and Wykham Park Academy

Final Concert
…. ****Postponed  until 11th June 2019***** ……
Blessed George Napier, St John’s and St Joseph’s

Proceeds in aid of
HELEN & DOUGLAS HOUSE
and
END POLIO NOW!

Registered Charity No. 274108

AGM Mon 18th March 2019

AGM

Monday 18th March 2019
7:30 pm

Freemasons Hall
Marlborough Rd, Banbury OX16 5DB, UK

Banbury Young Musician of the Year 2019

A capacity audience at Tudor Hall School on Saturday evening was treated to an exciting and enjoyable variety of first-class musical talent from local young people, following which 13 year old Sam Hallett was crowned Banbury Young Musician of the Year 2019.

With over 60 young musicians giving many outstanding performances the adjudicators had an exceptionally hard task in selecting not just the overall winner but also the winners of the various competition sections.

Gareth Jeremy, the Rotary Club of Banbury organiser of the event said “I never cease to be amazed that year on year the talent and musical skills of the young contestants seems to increase exponentially making it harder each year for the adjudicators to select the winners. Sam is the youngest overall winner we have had in the 29 years that the competition has been held and I have no doubt his musical ability will take him to the highest professional level.”

As well as Sam, Sebastian Foxwell, Sophie Lagden, and Polly Walters are going forward to the Rotary District 1090 Finals Competition being held on 17 March at Joseph’s College, Upper Redlands Road, Reading RG1 5JT, where if successful they could do on to the Regional and National Finals.

Katharine House receive cheque – March 2019

 

A St David’s Day treat for staff from Katharine House.

Having talked to members about their goals – including replacing  old beds with ones that better serve the comfort of patients and those caring for them – they were presented with a cheque for almost £4000  derved from the Christmas Organ Collections at local supermarkets.

One more example of Rotary serving its local community. 🙂