Youth Speaks annual event

Tue, Feb 28th 2017 at 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Annual public speaking competition run in February with the The Rotary Club of Pickering.


This Public Speaking competition is run in conjunction with the The Rotary Club of Pickering  who do the main organisation whilst the Cavaliers provide stewarding and sometimes judging on the day.  Traditionally the event takes place in Pickering at Lady Lumley’s School. 

In the past we have often provided an opportunity for prospective teams from the 6th form college to have a dry run at one of our Club meetings, this helps to mitigate the effects of nerves and helps the whole Club become a part of the event.


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