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  1. Autumn Events roundup in Settle

    Autumn Events roundup in Settle

    News of events to cheer you up on this wet October Day Picture of Entrance to Settle  6 years ago: on 19 Oct 2015   **   EVENTS In BRIEF   ** 1. Tue 19 Oct – 2pm:  Dementia Forward – “Time Together Tuesday” 2. Tue 19 October 7-8pm – ‘Walking to COP26’ & talk […]

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  2. Wonderful Waterfalls!

    Wonderful Waterfalls!

    There is no better place than Settle to base yourslef if you want to visit some of the Yorkshire Dales waterfalls. There are a couple of beauties that can be reached from walking from our front door at King William the Fourth Guest House. Scaleber Force is around 2miles away (you can drive to it […]

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  3. YDMT welcomes United Bank of Carbon support

    YDMT welcomes United Bank of Carbon support

    YDMT welcomes United Bank of Carbon support Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust has dedicated 300 trees to the United Bank of Carbon (UBoC) for their help in creating new woodlands in the Dales. The Clapham-based charity linked with UBoC to plant trees and collect redundant plastic tree guards at Bargh Wood near Stainforth. Nearly 4,800 trees […]

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  4. Events in Settle - Sept and October

    Events in Settle – Sept and October

    Here are events and activities to enjoy in September and October EVENTS 1. Sat 11 Sep – Morning only (9.00-13.00): Covid vaccinations at St Johns Meth Church Settle : :- Walk in vaccinations available – incl 16 and 17 year olds!! 2. Sat 11 Sep: Action on Climate Emergency Settle – ACE’s Sept Green Cafe – […]

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  5. Judith's Newsletter

    Judith’s Newsletter

    See my note on Althea Shevill at the end. EVENTS 1 Sat 21 Aug: Covid vaccinations at St Johns Meth Church Settle :  Walk in vaccinations available – incl 16 and 17 year olds!!   Best time for walk in : after 10am and after 3pm 2. Sat 21 Aug: 2-4pm Cream Teas on Eldroth Church […]

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  6. Glencroft scarf raises £1,100 to support  the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks Project

    Glencroft scarf raises £1,100 to support the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks Project

          Glencroft scarf raises £1,100 to support the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks Project Glencroft owner, Edward Sexton (left), with former Three Peaks Ranger, Josh Hull (right).   Following the launch of a limited edition Three Peaks lambswool scarf by Yorkshire clothing brand Glencroft, over £1,000 has been donated to the Yorkshire Dales National […]

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  7. Local Settle Events

    Local Settle Events

    Apprehensive about public speaking? – Come to Craven Speakers Club, Skipton (4 Oct Sept) and gain confidence. Are you a naturalist? Come on the YNU Field Visit to Cautley Spout (14 Aug) – or to Settle Nature Day 9 Oct EVENTS IN BRIEF Sat 14 Aug: Yorkshire Naturalists Union Visit to Cautley Spout Howgill Fells Sat […]

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  8. Local grant of £244,700

    Local grant of £244,700

    Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust receives grant of £244,700 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund   Deeper Connections will create and restore 10 hectares of habitat along the Long Preston Floodplain as well as engaging 8,000 people to connect with nature 90 projects awarded grants to accelerate the implementation of nature-based projects, from new ‘insect pathways’ […]

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  9. Staycation Express

    Staycation Express

    After the success of last years new train service, the Staycation Express is running again but this time will extend onto Carlisle Rail Charter Services let you travel in First Class carridges on Englands most scenic railway. From 19th July to 9th September 2021 there is a twice daily service (except Friday’s) on the stunning […]

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  10. Let Property Campaign

    Let Property Campaign

    In a nutshell, the Let Property Campaign is a way for landlords to come forward and declare any rental income that they’ve failed to notify HMRC of, and in return, the individual will be able to take advantage of the best possible terms.  

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  11. Dementia Forward Looking for Volunteers in Settle

    Dementia Forward Looking for Volunteers in Settle

    We are excited that very soon we will be opening new services for people living with dementia in the Settle area. These will include a day service which people can attend for activity, company and support, while carers enjoy valuable respite time, and a wellbeing cafe, which people can come along to with a family […]

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