more On Friday 17th November we assembled at Mercread Youth Centre to see Huw O’Shea declared Philip Moorey Young Citizen of the Year. But the evening was more than that, it was a ‘Celebration of Seaford Youth’ as well as a presentation evening.
more It is a sad reflection on our modern-day society that a large number of children aged 5 to 16 have a clinically significant mental health problem.
more On 21st November, seven Seaford Head students in years 7, 8 and 9 took part in the Rotary Young Chef Competition.
more Over many years the Youth Services Team has been able to chalk up a number of “firsts” in supporting the local community and recently celebrated another one with a presentation to the 3rd Blatchington Rainbows Unit.
more Closing date 1st March 2024
more ONE CHARITY that Seaford Rotary Club has been pleased to support over the last ten years is the Down Syndrome Development Trust and this year Youth Services was pleased to be able to help one of their latest initiatives with a grant of £500.
more ON SATURDAY 15th April 2023 the annual Seaford Rotary Young Musician of the Year competition was held at Seaford Baptist Church.
more During the week commencing 2nd October, 630 children from 20 local primary schools as well as some home educated children descended upon Newhaven Fort to compete in Safety in Action arranged by East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service.
more On 1st September Vice President Clive Livingstone accompanied by Chair of Youth Services, Paul Vaesen went to Seaford Cricket Club to present the Rotary Young Cricketer of the Year award as part of the Cricket Club’s annual awards evening.
more Through the Grant Application process, an application was received from Seaford Town Football Club for help to purchase a portable defibrillator for use by the Club’s youth teams when playing at venues where there was no such facility.
more On the morning of 22nd June, teams from Year 5 of three Seaford Primary schools gathered at Seaford Head Lower school for the second Young Scientists competition, now rebranded as STEM Stars.
more Entries were received in two age groups, Junior — 7 to 10 years old and Intermediate — 11 to 13 years old, but no entries for the Senior category — 14 to 17 years old. To the surprise of the judges, there were also three under age entries.
more Last year there were 29 entries but this year there were an amazing 124 entries for the Young Artists competition.
more AFTER THE successful return of our Young Writers competition in 2022, Seaford Rotary was pleased to be able to run the competition again this year, the Presentation Evening for which took place at Seaford Head School Steyne Road site on 24th April 2023
more Young Scientist competition for Primary schools
more Closing date 14th October 2022
more Twelve months ago Seaford Rotary supported two young dancers from the Seaford based Lake Academy of Dance going to San Sebastian, Spain to compete for the Dance World Cup.
more Seaford Youth, as the name suggests, is a Seaford Youth Club which has recently moved to a new base at the Rugby Club in The Salts. As part of the change, it established a new management structure and became a Community Interest Company.
more The Sussex Contemporary Illustrators and Printmakers, SCIP, is a registered charity dedicated to providing free creative events, workshops, and exhibitions for the Seaford and Sussex Community.
more We recently received a grant request from Mercread Youth Centre asking for a donation towards purchasing a computer package that would help them to manage all their Health and Safety, staff training and human resources requirements.
more A COUPLE of years ago Youth Services supported Seaford Town Football Club under 9 squad with a grant to purchase some futsals.
more The Philip Moorey Award and Celebration of Seaford Youth
more IF YOU were walking along Steyne Road one Wednesday afternoon recently and were captivated by an aroma of five star cooking it may just have been from the Young Chef Competition which Seaford Rotary organises for the students at Seaford Head school.
more At last, after an absence of over two years, the tenth Seaford Rotary Young Musician of the Year competition was held on Saturday 9th July at Seaford Baptist Church.
more SAFETY IN ACTION returned in September at Newhaven Fort after the recent Covid restrictions with year 6 children from 20 schools in the Lewes District taking part.
more For several years Seaford Rotaryhas supported the Eastbourne AM Club which organises a “breakaway “weekend away for disabled young people, and some older ones, for the Sussex Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (SASBAH).
more The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is a leadership programme coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe, and each year, thousands of young people participate in this programme and attend an event sponsored by Rotary Clubs.
more FOUR YEARS ago, in 2018, we were approached by Seaford Cricket Club, asking if we could support a new award ‘Young Cricketer of the Year’ for three years.
more IN 2017 Seaford Head School approached us to see if we could help them in any way with their planned World Challenge trip to Sri Lanka and we agreed to donate money to pay for their transport to Heathrow Airport and we also paid for their visas.
more YOUNG ARTISTS continues to be one of the competitions which has been possible to hold again, despite the pandemic, although this year it was held much later than usual.
more After an absence last year due to Covid we were very happy that we were able to reinstate our Young Writers competition and on Wednesday 27th April the Presentation evening took place at Seaford Head school, Steyne Road site.
more ON MONDAY 25th April 2022, 53 children from the choir at Seaford Primary School travelled to the O2 Arena to join 8,000 other children at a Young Voices massed choir event.
more ON A VERY wet Thursday morning we wondered whether it was worth going to St Leonards to clean the Children with Cancer Fund caravan. There had been thunder and lightning overnight and it was still raining heavily at 8 am.
more Following a grant request from the Principal of the Lake Academy of Dance, President Mike Ogilvie and Youth Services Committee Chair Paul Vaesen attended St James’ Trust on Saturday 23rd April to make a present a donation.
more So, what is SASBAH, and what is the Breakaway weekend?
more FOUR years ago, Youth Services agreed to sponsor for the next three years, a presentation to the Seaford Cricket Club Junior Player of the Year.
more Seaford Rotary sponsorship of Youth Counselling Project
more Seaford Rotary Sponsored Young Writers competition
more Young Chefs Competition 16 November 2019
more East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service Safety in action challenge for Year 6 pupils held at Newhaven Fort during June sponsored by Seaford Rotary to teach children how to deal with, or avoid, life-threatening situations.
more Seaford Rotary Young Musician for the Year Competition
more On Saturday 7th September, Paul Vaesen and Jim Anderson attended Seaford Cricket Club’s Annual Awards Evening to present the Seaford Rotary Young Player of the Year Award.
more On Thursday 9th May, President Steven Willox, accompanied by Youth Chair Paul Vaesen met up with Rodney Reed, Vice President of Seaford Martello Rotary to present donations to Anna Jones of Wave Leisure at the weekly Get Set Club.
more The Club supported the Youth Counselling Project which provides school-based counselling by specialist counsellors trained to work with young people so that depression and anxiety among children and teenagers may be alleviated.
more Thursday 21st March 2019
more Held early 2019
more THE annual Rotary Young Writer Presentation Evening attended by hopeful young writers, their parents, teachers and invited guests took place on Monday 11th March at Seaford Head School Steyne Road site.
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