Chairman to celebrate the achievements of young people from Nottinghamshire at 4Uth awards presentation
Nottinghamshire County Council Chairman, Councillor Kevin Rostance, will be attending several events this week.
On Wednesday 20 November, the Chairman will attend the unveiling of a memorial stone in the Memorial Gardens, Worksop at 10am. The memorial stone will honour Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Frederick Pickard VC CB (12 April 1841 – 1 March 1880) after recent research indicates Lieutenant Pickard was from Worksop in Nottinghamshire not Northamptonshire, as previously thought.
Later that day the Chairman will attend Mark DeLisser Singology Workshop at Kelham Hall, Newark. This workshop teaches Key Stage 2 choirs within primary schools how to perform repertoires in unison and simple harmony.
On Friday 22 November, Councillor Rostance will attend the 9th annual Nottinghamshire Outstanding Achievement 4Uth Awards 2019 at County Hall, West Bridgford.
Councillor Rostance said “I am delighted to attend the 9th annual 4Uth awards. Nottinghamshire County Council is passionate about delivering this initiative, and the awards presentation is a fantastic opportunity for the achievements and hard work of young people within the county to be recognised and celebrated.”
On Saturday 23 November Councillor Rostance will attend The Boys Brigade Northern District and Girl’s Association swimming gala at Hucknall Leisure Centre.
Later that day the Chairman will attending the Major Oak Pop Choir Concert at Retford Town Hall at 7pm. The event is raising money for a local cause, Bassetlaw Hospice.