January 3rd 2013 News

GALLERY ON THE GREEN

The gallery is welcoming Christmas with an unseasonably warm theme this year by hosting a Caribbean Christmas to whisk visitors away from the bleak midwinter to a tropical island paradise. The installation features a back drop of tropical island images, with a tableau re-creating some very interesting (and edible) buried treasure. Visitors are invited to bring a Christmas card to put in the postcard racks. This will be in place until 26 January and can be found by following the trail of gold coins.

SETTLE GOLF CLUB

Settle Golf Club  are currently selling tickets for their grand draw with a star prize of a year’s free membership. Tickets are are available via 01729 825340 and 01729 8233593. The draw will take place in 2013 to allow maximum sales.

VICTORIA HALL

Looking ahead tickets to 2013 and an amazing mixture of events are already in hand. Tickets are already available and selling fast for a return visit by Ultravox and BandAid star, Midge Ure, who will be performing at Victoria Hall on 15 February. February also sees the return of favourites Lip Service theatre and Moishe’s Bagel. The programme for 2013 also includes visits by Richard Digance and Rodney Bewes as well as ceilidh and concert band “Blackbeard’s Tea Party”.  For details and tickets contact the box office on 01729 825718 or check the website at www.settlevictoriahall.org.uk/prog/2013/

 

HOLIDAY CLUB

Churches Together in Settle and District have arranged a holiday club for children aged between 5-11 years today, January 3rd, at St John’s Church Hall. This will run from 10am to 3pm and is a free event, however participants should please bring a packed lunch.  The theme for the day is “A Fresh Start” and there will be a range of activities available throughout the day.

SETTLE VOICES

Settle Voices Community Choir will meet in the Friends Meeting House, Kirkgate on Monday, 7th January at 1pm when Janet Russell will resume teaching them after her sabbatical break. New members are very welcome. For more information visit http://www.settlevoices.org.uk/.

IYENGAR YOGA

Start the new year with a new outlook and try a session of Iyengar Yoga for free before you book to join a class. Classes for next term begin on 7 January and take place on Mondays at Friends Meeting House with a mixed ability group running from 12.30 – 14.00 and a beginners group running from 14.15 – 15.15. On Tuesdays there will be sessions at Townhead Court. From 19.30-21.00 there is a mixed ability session and from 18.15-19.15 there is a beginners session. For further details contact 01282 843907.

SETTLE AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY

Settle Amateur Operatic Society are delighted to announce that they have again secured the services of Blackpool Tower Organist, John Bowdler, for a return visit to Settle in March 2013. He will be playing for a dance at Settle College on 23rd March and tickets are now on sale. They cost £7.50, including supper and are available from 01729 824038 / 822364.

EMBROIDERY CLASSES

Pippa Foulds is offering hand embroidery classes open to beginners or those with more experience who wish to improve their knowledge of traditional hand embroidery skills.  Pippa has a achieved a Certificate with Distinction from the Royal School of Needlework and has exhibited work with the RSN. The classes will be limited to six people at any one time in order to allow for one to one tuition and attention. For details contact 07896 645816.

 

GIGGLESWICK PRIMARY SCHOOL

Many thanks to Mr Preston for running the school’s Christmas Disco and to all the parents who organised this event. It was enjoyed by everyone. Thanks also to Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Eccleston for producing a delicious Christmas meal, which included: turkey, mashed potato, sprouts, carrots, peas, Yorkshire pudding, sausage, stuffing, gravy, as well as ice cream or pudding, It was much enjoyed by pupils, staff and Governors who were able to attend. Thanks also to Mrs. Garth and Mrs. Clay for all their help with the washing up!

The Christmas Production was greatly enjoyed by a huge audience. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the excellent entertainment provided by all the pupils, from the youngest 4 year old to first group of Y6 pupils, with their re-telling of the Nativity story, with additional parts written by Class 3 pupils. They all performed so well, and they sang beautifully, including the small ensembles and even in German! Our Y6 pupils, as the Dynamic Dectet, showed some excellent instrumental skills. Thank you to all who attended the performance; your support was much appreciated by us all. We are again very grateful to Beccy Bullock for her piano accompaniment and to Jo Arnold-Williams for composing two of the pieces and for her support with the Y6 instrumentalists, as well as Ray Jones for his support with rehearsals in the church and to Reverend Hilary Young for the use of St. Alkelda’s church and leading the blessing. The collection raised an amazing £237 for Class 3’s chosen charity: Brain Tumour Research and Support, Yorkshire’s leading brain tumour charity. Well done everyone!

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