At Wakefield Chantry we have always been strong supporters of youth and recognise the value of RYLA courses provided by Rotary. These are three letters we received from our recent candidates which reinforces our conviction in the benfits fo this scheme. Unfortunately RYLA could not run in 2020 but we hope to support more candidates this year if possible.
I am doing fine, the RYLA course has really helped me be more confident in different scenarios. Not only to help me manage other people and lead other people but to manage myself during my studies and how to properly apply my time. I recently started a new job and I found the course made me more relaxed and made it easier for me to now go into new jobs and new places and easily fit in with my colleagues.
I hope you and your family are well and coping in these weird times.
All the best,
Nice to hear from you, I’m at Nottingham Trent uni doing Sports and Exercise Science. RYLA has helped my organisation and planning ahead (considerable difference now compared to before RYLA) as well as using most leadership lessons on the rugby pitch/training with my team.
A simple yet important quality is I’m more confident in my own decisions helping me progress.
Hello Nigel its great to hear from you.
I am currently serving as a seaman specialist in the Royal Navy on HMS Defender. I have been in for almost a year. Sadly, due to personal reasons, I will soon be leaving the navy. I plan on joining the police after I leave however. RYLA has definitely helped me out throughout my time in the Navy and I cant thank the staff enough for how much it has benefited me.
Hope you are doing well
more Christmas is just two over two months away - and that means it's time to launch the Wakefield Express-backed Christmas Hamper Appeal 2020.
more President Ray today laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in Wakefield on behalf of the Club as part of Remembrance Sunday.
more Helping people in need during the Covid-19 pandemic
more A talk about India by Philippa Kaye, author of the book ‘Escape To India’
more Planting 2,000 crocus corms to raise awareness of Rotary's efforts to end polio
more This morning saw the installation of the plinth to mark the 'Crocus Garden' which we established in October 2020 to mark Rotary's efforts to eradicate Polio worldwide.
more Christmas food parcels for the most needy in our community
more Wakefield Chantry collected and packed nearly 500 food boxes for needy families this Christmas.
more Paul Harris Fellowship award to the Rev Trevor Grewcock when he addressed the Club with the New Year’s Message
more Moray Bisset’s President Evening and Burns' Night combo tradition
more This year's Band Concert
more Chantry Rotary work with Wakefield CAP to give 1000 parcels to the needy
more This weeks club meeting included a Support Dogs presentation.
more President Moray Bisset has handed over the Presidential Chain of Office to Rotarian Ray Spencer
more Rotary Club of Wakefield Chantry with year 6 pupils at West Bretton Junior and Infants School showing off their Dictionaries 4 Life
more Zoom meeting speaker talks about New Zealand's reaction to the pandemic
more Ten local Rotary Clubs come together during these unprecedented times
more Rotary clubs twice annual golf game
more The Rotary Club of Wakefield Chantry celebrating their 35th birthday
more "Know your Blood Pressure” session at the Riding Shopping Centre in Wakefield
more Peter Kench in his first evening concert since taking over as Musical Director of the Wakefield Metropolitan Brass Band
more The Rotary club of Wakefield Chantry, sprang a surprise on an unsuspecting Jill Brookling recently
more THEY DID IT!!!!
more For the 17th year in a row, the hugely popular Wakefield Chantry Rotary Club LEGENDS NIGHT was held recently at the St Pierre Hotel in Newmillerdam.
more President elect Neil Dodgson, our new president Dick Wood and immediate past president Chris Sharp
more Keeping The Beat target reached
more Waterton Park Golf Club
more Wakefield Chantry 35th birthday
more Know your blood pressure
more Christmas Cheer Arrives For Families In Our Area
more The Chantry visit to Parliament on the day history was made, March 18th 2003, when theMP’s debated the UK’s entry into the Iraq war.
more Dick Wood, President elect, Chris Sharp, New President and Bob Guard, Retiring President at the handover.
more After 9 weeks of hard work, the last of the over 1000 Hampers was delivered to a family this week.
more Andrew Slater (Master of Ceremonies), Chris Sharp (President Elect), Derek Cocup, Clr June Cliffe (Mayor), John Parry (the Voice of Wimbledon), Hazel Haas (Rotary District Governor), Jack Cliffe (Mayors Consort), Bob Guard (President)
more The 11 models/customers who showed off the Boutique"™s Spring/Summer ranges at the Charity Fashion Show
more Bob Guard, (President, Wakefield Chantry), Pauline Trusselle, (Head of Music and Singing), stars of the show Elliott Lee (Sweeney Todd) and Isobel Oliver-Haste (Mrs Lovett) and Graham Wilson (Chantry liaison with CAPA)
more Will, Rebecca and Elliot with Chantry President Bob Guard
more We provide Christmas Hampers to needy families in the greater Wakefield area
more Members of the public and the Rotary Club of Wakefield Chantry at last year"™s "Know Your Blood Pressure" day in the Ridings.
more Rebecca Ward and Guy Beardsmore, giving their presentation to the Rotary Club of Wakefield Chantry at the Hotel St Pierre, Newmillerdam
more PERFORMANCE:- Students from CAPA College perform a song from the musical "Godspell" for the members of the Rotary Club of Wakefield Chantry at the presentation evening of the final tranche of the inaugural Chantry Rotary Scholarship to Joe Timpson
more Hazel Haas (DG) and Bob Guard (President) at the Hotel St Pierre before the club meeting.
more Andrew Slater (r), and Bob Guard(l), President of the Rotary Club, in front of a picture of the SS Lusitania docked in New York harbour the year before her final voyage.