Rotary Young Writer competition 2014
The ability to communicate effectively is one of the most sought after and useful skills that young people can demonstrate. Rotary in these islands wishes to promote writing through the RIBI Young Writer competition.
(Details of 2013 winners are at the bottom of this page)
The ability to communicate in writing is one of the most useful skills that young people can demonstrate. This year’s Young Writer competition provides an opportunity for the young people of District 1190 (Cumbria & Lancashire) to put their skills to the test.
The theme for 2014 is “What a difference that made to my life/their lives” and the task is to produce a written or typed story on this theme. “That” can be anything the story teller wishes to define, an A4 sheet or 500 words is a suggested suitable submission.
This competition may appeal to Community and Church Youth Groups and such organisations as the Guides, Scouts and Boys’ Brigade as well as schools. I would appeal to Rotarians in District 1190 to spread the word of this widely and to encourage as many young people to participate as possible.
Age Groups - All ages as at 31 August 2013
Entry fee : £5 per entry
Don’t forget to add your Clubs details and point of contact.
For full details of entry form and requirements please see RIBI Young Writer information above or if you prefer e-mail me and I will send you a copy.
Pam Holgate, District Young Writer Coordinator ,
9, Lark Hill Cottages, Old Langho, Lancashire, BB6 8AR
Mobile - 07903310555 Email - firstname.lastname@example.org