Public Speaking Competition 2018
Saturday 17th March 2018, saw eleven inspirational entrants to this year’s Midland Arden Region Schools Public Speaking Competition The event was held at Rugby Council Chamber. Rugby
The winner was Sinead McCall sponsored by SI Stratford whose chosen Topic was Human Trafficking – Modern Day Slavery. How can we stop it?
2nd Prize went to Vanshika. Sponsored by SI Rugby
Her chosen topic – Miracles do Happen.
3rd Prize was awarded to Tamanna Janjua sponsored by SI Solihull
Her chosen Topic – Human Trafficking – Modern Day Slavery. How can we Stop it
A special achievement award was given to Daud Ahmed sponsored by SI Coventry
All the candidates spoke most eloquently and were a joy to listen to.
MIDLAND ARDEN REGION 16th PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITION
Rugby Council Chamber
Rugby CV21 2RR
Saturday March 17th 2018
Commencing at 1.45 pm (prompt)
The competition is open for girls and boys from non fee paying schools in the region.
1st prize £150 plus a trophy
2nd prize £75 plus a trophy
3rd prize £25 plus a trophy
All candidates receive a book token from their sponsoring club plus a certificate of achievement.
Every body is welcome to attend and to enjoy the event and support the candidates. Entrance £3 which includes a programme and refreshments during the interval.
TO ALL CLUBS IN THE REGION
SI Midland Arden celebrates its 15th Public Speaking Competition
Midland Arden Region’s 15th Public Speaking Competition was held at the prestigious Birmingham Council Chamber on Saturday 25th March 2017.
We were honoured to also have present to mark the 15th anniversary, Federation President Ann Hodgson, Past International President Ann Garvie, Past Federation Presidents Ann Dawson, Jenny Vince, Joan Smyth who was present at our very 1st competition in 2003 and Su Roxburgh Midland Arden Region President.
Eleven young people, girls and boys aged 14-18 yrs from Non Fee Paying Schools across the Midland Arden Region took part.
1st prize of £150 plus the trophy went to Thomas Woodland, sponsored by SI Stratford upon Avon his chosen topic was “Have women’s rights gone too far”
2nd prize of £75 plus a trophy went to Jude Radley, sponsored by SI Leamington & Warwick, his chosen topic was “Migration how open should our doors be”.
3rd prize of £25 plus a trophy was awarded to Daniel Harrison, sponsored by SI Solihull & District. His chosen topic was “What does Brexit mean to young people?”
All our contestant were given a £25 book token from their sponsoring clubs.
MAR Public Speaking Competition 2017
This years competition will be on the 25th March.
Venue: Birmingham Council Chambers, Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BB
Times: Arrival – 1.15pm for a 1.45pm start. Refreshments available at 3pm. Finish approx. 4.30pm
Admission by programme only priced £3 per programme, including refreshments
Federation President Ann Hodgson along with Ann Garvie, Jenny Vince and Ann Dawson will all be present
MAR Public Speaking Competition 2016
Saturday 12th March, 1:30 for 2 pm start. 14th Annual MAR Public Speaking Competition for 14-18 year old pupils from state schools. Dudley Council Chambers, Dudley Council, House, Priory Rd, Dudley, DY1 1HF.