Youth Projects


 

Click on the page thumbnails for some overviews and reports of our Club’s work with local Youth related activities...

Youth Projects sub-pages:

Inspiring the next generation.

Inspiring the next generation- that's what people of action do.

more Rotary believes education is a right. Our more than one million members across the globe unite to educate and uplift students through scholarships and service. Inspiring the next generation- that's what people of action do. Learn more

Rotary in the News at Beaminster School

more The Beaminster Times is published twice per year and is a compilation of news articles written by “newshounds” (mostly year 10 students). Phil Payne from Brit Valley was interviewed regarding the various projects that Brit Valley work on at the school.

Scouts Post - club members help out

more The delivery service , for Christmas cards only, is run by the Dorchester and West Dorset Scout Council.

 Beaminster and Colfox Rotary Young Photographer participants.

Beaminster and Colfox Rotary winners and participants 2020

more Brit Valley Rotary Club Young Photographer competition was held on Zoom this year.

President Roger presents a cheque for £2000 to Robert Ridge the night before the Venue opened on 1st August.

2020 Skate & Ride Bridport

more With our Business Partners we are supporting this facility at Gore Cross which has been welcomed by the local youth after 3 years of waiting.

2020 Intermediate Best Speaker Roland Ross from the Sir John Colfox Academy

Youth Speaks 2020 District Final

more The District 1200 final Youth Speaks results. Photo - Sir John Colfox's Roland Ross intermediate best speaker winner.

The winning team at the Finals presentation

STEM team WIN National Finals

more Students from The Sir John Colfox Academy win National Final of the Jaguar Land Rover 4×4 in Schools Challenge. The students competed in the National final of a cross curricular challenge offered by Land Rover/ Jaguar

Kids Out at Crealy Park

more 30 children from St Mary’s Bridport and Symonsbury School enjoyed a warm and dry day around the park, joining other children from clubs in Rotary District 1200.