The Rotary Club of Market Bosworth are always keen to encourage youth competitions and this year, despite the restrictions of Covid, has been no different.
We were delighted to receive 40 entries to our Young Artist Competition and 50 for our Young Writer Competition.
The winners, runners-up and third places in both competitions all came from St Margaret's C of E School, Stoke Golding. The judges of the artwork were impressed with the high standard of entries, with the winners showing a real understanding of the environmental brief. The artwork brief was "Colours of Nature", producing some powerful images emblazoned with brilliant colours.
1st Mia Lees (lion)
2nd Daniel Lees (floral collage)
3rd Harry Carruthers (tree)
Sophia Hurley (butterfly)
Marcel Cox ( tigers)
Kiera Roberts (volcano)
Madison Moreton (elephant)
The writing included a letter of apology to planet Earth, a letter demanding a change of approach by a polluting company, a poem encouraging recycling and a greener approach, an appeal to politicians and an explanation of the impact of insecticide methods on bees.
If only adults could embrace the approaches advocated by our schoolchildren. The dire warning is that we must change now to protect our fragile planet before it is too late.
Let there be no doubt that our current generation of schoolchildren are environmentally aware and really care about the future of our planet.
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more On Sunday 4th December almost 100 children and adults (and a few dogs) joined our 2016 Santa Fun Run to raise funds for local charities.
more Every year Rotary clubs throughout Britain invite young people to take part in Rotary's Young Chef competition. It starts with local heats and progresses to Rotary District finals and then a national final.
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more Our 3rd Santa Fun Run. Market Bosworth Country Park, Sunday 2nd December.
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