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Salmon is a Winning Recipe

Salmon is a Winning Recipe Contestants from all over London gathered in Redbridge College to decide who was the London Rotary Young Chef of the Year. Competition Judges John Liddle and Maurice Haskew had the invidious task, and The Worshipful the Mayor of the London Borough of Redbridge, Councillor Barbara White presented the trophies. With a substantial group of supporting parents and teachers, the contestants start their tour of the kitchens at 10am, and the competition proper started with the table lay-up. It was then into the kitchens for the serious business. Service of a main and dessert course for two people, had to be completed by 1pm. The complexity of the recipes chosen was amazing. One judge described how difficult it is to arrive in a professional kitchen, and start cooking for a competition. That said, every contestant managed their two courses, and all of them looked terrific. [caption id="attachment_1706" align="alignleft" width="248"] Winner Ella watches as DGE Helen chats with contestant Nell[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1708" align="alignright" width="248"] The proof o... | Read more about Salmon is a Winning Recipe | Added 2 days ago

Robert Hunter Remembered

Robert Hunter Remembered   At a dinner held in Central London on 3 February 2016, both Rotary Founder Paul Harris and Past District Governor Robert Hunter - who served for 60 years in the Salvation Army - were remembered. The succession chain of District Governors were present at the dinner, and District Governor Toni Finkel gave an excellent address, pulling together Paul Harris's life and travels, Robert Hunter's life and travels, and also Robert Burns - Robert Hunter was born in the same street. Numbers at the dinner were affected by the sudden move of date, caused by the threatened Tube strike, but the quality of the friendship was not. Those present were entertained by Robert Ellison and his accompanist David who rendered many familiar songs from musicals and a selection of ballads.... | Read more about Robert Hunter Remembered | Added 1 week ago

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Salmon is a Winning Recipe

Thu 04 Feb 2016 09:22
Robert Hunter Remembered

Wed 03 Feb 2016 16:51
Polio Conference Gets 5-Stars

Fri 29 Jan 2016 10:50
Burns Night Supper in London

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A New Rotaract Club in London

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Christmas Parcels Delivery

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4th Impact Thanks Rotary

Wed 25 Nov 2015 11:39
Foundation Appreciation Dinner and Photos

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Parliament Week Debates at York Gate

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Slides from the PR Strategy Planning Workshop

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Minibus Journey from London to Ukraine

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Minibus Reaches Final Destination

Wed 01 Jul 2015 11:54
Subscription Demand Form July 2015

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Minibus for Ukraine Send-off Party

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