February Events in Settle

Via Judith Allinson 

1. Tue 6 Feb: Coffee morning for PeerTalk: St John’ Meth Ch Settle
2. Tue 6 Feb: Settle Blogging Group 5pm The Hubb, Settle
3. Tue 6 Feb: 7pm: PeerTalk, for people living with depression, The Folly

4. Wed 7 Feb: Slimming World 9.30am Catholic Church Hall
5. Wed 7 Feb: 7:30 pm, Settle Justice & Peace Gp: Friends MH talk on Kwezana
6. Thu 8 Feb: Scottish Dancing Class – Settle St John’s Ch 7.30

7. Fri 9 Feb 9.30am  Keepfit: Ladies circuit training Drill Hall
8. Mon 12 Feb: 7.45pm: Craven Speakers Club – Skipton.
9. Tue 13 Feb: Pancakes at Coffee Morning at St John’s Settle

10. Thu 15 Feb:  2.30pm Craven in Domesday book and beyond – talk by  Dr. Fiona Edmonds NCHT – in Village Hall, Clapham
11. Sat 17 Feb: Settle Meth Ch: Pudding & Board Games Evening: 7pm
12. Sun 18 Feb: Settle Messy Church – 3.30pm-5.30pm: South America and Environment theme

13. Tue 20 Feb: the Settle Stroke Club has moved to the third Tuesday of
    the month (2pm to 4pm) in Limestone View home in Settle.
14. Wed 21 Feb: Letter writing for Amnesty – 5-8pm Friends MH Settle
15. Mon 26 Feb: CCG Event: Swifts talk by Tanya Hoare. Townhead Ct Settle

16. Wed 28 Feb: Inventing King Arthur – Talk by Prof Nick Higham. NCHT
     2.30pm in St John’s Methodist Church Hall, Settle
17. Wed 28 Feb: Foulshaw Moss & Ospreys. Talk at Kirkby Lonsdale

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1. Tue 6 Feb: St John’s Methodist Church in Settle:  Coffee pot morning  to
raise funds for PeerTalk: Hot drinks, delicious homemade cakes and scones
Peertalk, supporting people living with depression, now has a group
established in Settle,  meeting every Tuesday at 7.30pm in the Folly coffee
shop.

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2. Tue 6 Feb: Settle Blogging Group 5pm The Hubb, Settle

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3. Tue 6 Feb 7pm: PeerTalk, supporting people living with depression,
  meeting every Tuesday at 7.30pm  in the folly coffee shop.

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4. Wed 7 Feb –  Slimming World 9.30am Catholic Church Hall

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5. Wed 7 Feb 7 for 7:30 pm, Settle Justice and Peace Group:  Settle Friends
Meeting House. Gillian Gape will be speaking about Settle Primary School’s
links with a primary school in Kwezana in South Africa.
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6. Thur 8 Feb Scottish Country Dancing – St John’s Settle 7.30pm
www.settle-scottish-dancing.org.uk
These are classes – beginners welcome – you will learn.
Great fun, good for the limbs and brain –

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7. Fri 9 Feb 9.30am  Keepfit/ Athlefit – Ladies circuit training – Drill
Hall, Settle   http://www.runbikefun.co.uk/activities/athlefit/
Come for one week and try it!!

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8. Mon 12 Feb: 7.45pm: Craven Speakers Club – Skipton. Fortnightly
The Soroptimist Room, 28 Otley St Skipton.
This gives you tips
(which – sure, one can find on the internet)
But also practice and advice relevant to your situation
and lots of encouragement. – HUMOUR, COMPETITION, EXCITEMENT,

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9. Tue 13 Feb: Pancakes at Coffee Morning at St John’s Settle


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10. Thur 15 Feb  2.30pm Craven in Domesday book and beyond – talk by
Dr. Fiona Edmonds – North Craven Heritage Trust Meeting.
in Village Hall, Clapham Non-members welcome: £2.00 at the door

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11. Sat 17 Feb St. John’s Methodist Church, Settle – Pudding and
Board Games Evening – 7pm – Admission Free
Bring a pudding – or just yourself!

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12. Sun 18 Feb: Settle Messy Church – 3.30pm-5.30pm
St John’s Church Hall, Settle BD24 9NT

Suriname, South America and Environment Care theme
for this weeks Messy Church

We’ll use the 2018  Women’s World Day of Prayer theme  of:
“All Creation is Very Good” – Prepared by the women of  Suriname.   Suriname
is on the NE coast of South America, just above Brazil.    The people of
Suriname come from at least 7 different cultures.  We’ll think about the
forests and rare animals and turtles, the different cultures   and the  gold
digging which is causing mercury pollution –  And the problem of pollution in
our own country – (including animals eating plastic)  and what we can do
about such problems near Settle

Plus fun activities, party games, songs and a bit of “Messy art” followed by hot food

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14. Tue 20 Feb: the Settle Stroke Club has moved to the third Tuesday of
    the month (2pm to 4pm) in Limestone View home in Settle.
15. Mon 26 Feb: CCG Event: Swifts talk by Tanya Hoare. Townhead Ct Settle

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13.  Tue 20 Feb: the Settle Stroke Club has moved to the third Tuesday of
    the month (2pm to 4pm) in Limestone View home in Settle.

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14.  Wed 21 Feb: Letter writing for Amnesty – 5-8pm Friends MH Settle

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15.  Mon 26 Feb 19.30: CCG Event:
Swifts: Illustrated presentation by Tanya Hoare. . At Townhead Court (across
the road from Townhead Surgery) in Settle, entrance £3 for non-members and £1
for members. All welcome

If you can’t make it on Mon 26 Feb,  Tanya will be giving a similar talk at Kirby
Lonsdale to the local Support group of the Cumbria Wildlife Trust  on 23 April

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16 . Wed 28 Feb: Inventing King Arthur – Talk by Prof Nick Higham. –
North Craven Heritage Trust meeting.  2.30pm in St John’s Methodist
Church Hall, Settle Non-members welcome: £2.00 at the door

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17.  Wed 28 Feb: Foulshaw Moss and the Ospreys. 7:30pm – 9:00pm Talk by
Reserves Officer, Paul Waterhouse

Organised by Kirkby Lonsdale Local Support Group of Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Bective Room,Lunesdale Hall,Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria, LA6 2BG

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