Youth Projects

This Committee works to support the local community in projects to develop young people


The Rotary Club of Yeovil ofter run competitions for the young people in our area such as 'Young Chef, Young Photographer' and 'Young Musician'.  See the local press or elsewhere on this website for information.  In addition, local Schools and Colleges can put forward students for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA). The RYLA training programme is for leaders and potential leaders between the ages of 14 and 18. Interviews take place in November of each year to select up to 2 candidates. The Rotary Club of Yeovil will pay £500 to the candidate(s) selected to attend a course - the successful candidate(s) will have to raise a further £100 to show their committment. The RYLA scheme has enjoyed great success over the years and feedback from those attending the scheme is extremely positive with claims that it is 'life changing'.

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The Membership Committee promotes the club locally and encourages suitable like-minded people to take an interest in club activities and hopefully to seek an invitation to apply for membership

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The Vocational Project Team organises visits and tours of businesses and facilties, ocassionally far afield, to broaden members' knowledge and understanding of ever-changing business and commercial practices.

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This year's walk took place in countryside around Hardy’s Cottage, Higher Bockhampton.

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The club organises a range of fundraising events

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The Community Project Team supports the local community in a variety of ways, and not just by organising projects to raise money for local charities or providing professional skills and service to support the community in their own efforts to do so

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This Committee works to support the local community in projects to develop young people

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The club's International Project Team gets involved in a range of life changing activities for communities in a variety of countries around the world often in association with other Rotary Clubs both here and overseas.

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The Rotary Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation supported by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends around the globe who share a vision of a better world.

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The Members' Services Committee organises the club's business, programmes and it's social calendar including speaker & fun evenings as well as meetings held at different venues, often with guests invited and links with other Rotary Clubs around the world

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