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Pair cooking up a storm; YOUR celebrations.

THE Gordon Ramseys and Delia Smiths of the future have done battle at a competition to find the area's best young chef.

The event, organised by the area's rotary clubs, was held at Henley College with youngsters aiming to prove they can produce something healthy and delicious in a demanding situation.

The rotary clubs of Coventry Jubilee, Coventry North and Rugby sponsored the contestants, and it was the dynamic culinary duo from Rugby who won through.

Jess Bates (above, left) and Ellie Bates (right), both from Rugby High School, took the top two places and will now go on to contest the next regional round.

Hawaiian vows Bob and Sylvia O'Donaghue, of Robert Road, Exhall, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary by renewing their wedding vows on the beach, in Hawaii, on Christmas Day.

Son-in-law Darren Wood said: "They have been having the Telegraph delivered for as long as I have known them and I think they would be surprised and delighted to see themselves in print!"
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Date:Feb 8, 2010
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