Rotary Youth Competitions

We sponsor five annual events for young people including Young Photographer, Environmentalist & Artist


 

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In 2023 we shall also be promoting Young Writer and Young Debater contests run by other Cambridge clubs.

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Our annual children's event in Gt St Mary's Church, this year featuring nine school choirs in two concerts, raising money to buy an ambulance for Ukraine

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The latest in our successful series of competitions that encourage young people to undertake environmental projects

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The latest in our series of successful annual competitions with Local, District & National stages and four age groups. This year's theme is 'THE BEAUTY OF ARCHITECTURE'

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Financial support for Ukrainians in Cambridge and East Anglia

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Calling young artists - enter our competition with local, District and national heats

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We and our colleagues in the three other Cambridge clubs are celebrating 100 years of Rotary service this year

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We sponsor five annual events for young people including Young Photographer, Environmentalist & Artist

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Rotary Clubs worldwide are spear-heading the drive to eliminate polio

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Our members take part in many hands-on activities as listed below

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The East Anglian District and National Rotary Magazines feature the wide range of charitable and fellowship activities that Rotary Clubs enjoy

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The best of nearly 90 entries to this year's competition, including the National Winner in the Age 7-10 Group, Horatio Martin

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See List below and more details in the 'Sub-Page'

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Our inaugural competition for budding computer experts, for the Francis Hookham Trophy

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Read the story behind this map and visit any of the operational WW2 UK RAF and USAAF airfields

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We are part of a worldwide movement of 46,000 Rotary clubs with a total of 1.4 million members. We enjoy a range of informal fellowship events while supporting local and international charities

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Cambridge Aid does great work in support of Cambridge residents in need. In 2019-21 we raised over £12,500 and we continue to support them

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Past President John Martin uses his building skills to help the locals create a community centre for this deprived settlement in The Gambia, only a few miles from the luxurious tourist resorts on the coast

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RYLA offers an intensive 7-day course for 18-26 year-olds, helping them to develop as future leaders

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A sample of our members' varied interests and significant contributions to the local community

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Paul Harris Fellowships and the Roger Asbury Award

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A brief history of the Rotary Club of Cambridge together with some records which might be of interest to the wider audience

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Our members raised £1366 for Children in Need in Cambridge Market Square on 20 November 2021

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