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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 by Pushpanarth Krishnamurthy. On Zoom.
3. Tue 19 Oct: 7pm,: Churches Together AGM – Settle CofE Church

4. Wed 20 Oct: New Day for St Johns Church Settle Coffee Mornings 10.30-12:
WEDNESDAYS! – not Tues – We hope more of you can come.
5. Thu 21 Oct: Settle Scottish Country Dancing Classes: 7.30pm
6. Sat 23 Oct: Training Day for Peer Talk Volunteers at Leeds Beckett University

7. Sun 24 Oct – 2pm-4pm: CCG walk to  Storrs Common, Ingleton led by Roger Neale
8. Sun 24 Oct:  4.30-.6.30pm- Settle One World Week: talk on children
in Guatemala – plus green achievements of local churches
9.  Mon 1 Nov: Walk for the Climate: Walk from Austwick – !2 midday

10. Mon 1 Nov 7.30pm – Craven Speakers Club. Skipton – incl. Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
11. Fri 5 Nov: Yorkshire Naturalists Union Zoom Chat Group 7.30pm
12. Thur 18 Nov: 7.30pm Craven Conservation Group Illustrated talk by Tony Serjeant:

**   EVENTS IN DETAIL  **

1. Tue 19 Oct:  Dementia Forward
(A North Yorkshire charity) group is a new group using St John’s hall on
Tuesday afternoons “Time Together Tuesday”, a well-being café 2.00 p.m. and 3.30 p.m.
Volunteers welcome.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=on69X-65X9I

2. Tue 19 October 7-8pm – ‘Walking to COP26’ & talk by
Pushpanarth Krishnamurthy. On Zoom.  The Zoom link is:
https://zoom.us/j/6255547892?pwd=cEVMYnNXU2VWT3JCWEdlQnhpMGhwdz09
Meeting ID: 625 554 7892 Password: 123

3. Tue 19 Oct: 7pm,: Churches Together AGM – Settle CofE Church.
followed by planning meeting at 7.30pm

4. Wed 20 Oct: St Johns Church Settle Coffee Mornings have reopened
and moved to Wednesday mornings –    ALL WELCOME  10.30am -12 midday

5. Thu 21 Oct: Settle Scottish Country Dancing Classes: 7.30pm
St John’s Meth Church Settle weekly. All welcome (please bring your own drink)

6. Sat 23 Oct: Training Day for Peer Talk Volunteers for Settle and
other places  at Leeds Beckett University campus in Headingley.
PeerTalk ran a peer to peer support group in Settle for people struggling
with depression, anxiety and related conditions up until the beginning of the pandemic.
It is planned to continue it, but more volunteers are needed.
The role description for Facilitators can be found here , some testimonies
of current volunteers can be found here and an explanation about ‘Why PeerTalk’
can be found here.
If anyone would like to chat about the role then call 07719 562 617 and
applications can be made here

7. Sun 24 Oct – 2pm-4pm: Walk
A Craven Conservation Group walk to look at  “Natural history, industrial
archaeology and geology on Storrs Common, Ingleton” at 2pm-4pm  is to
be led by led by Roger Neale.
Booking is essential  – 01524 241155 –  Meet at Ingleton Market Place in the
centre of Ingleton, and bring strong footwear for rough walking, and warm clothing.

8. Sun 24 Oct:  4.30pm- c.6.30pm
One World Week:
Event for everyone organised by Churches Together in Settle and District
a. Talk on working with “working children” in
Guatemala in Central America
by Rev Julie Clarkson
followed by
b. an opportunity to share local initiatives, in our churches or personally,
which will help combat climate change.
at Holy Ascension Church Settle CofE

9.  Mon 1 Nov: Walk for the Climate: Walk from Austwick to the Wash Dubs.
12 midday: Churches Together and Craven Conservation Group. Meet at the
bottom of Town head Lane in Austwick – near the primary school. (More details from me)

10. Mon 1 Nov 7.30pm – Craven Speakers Club. Skipton
Now is your chance to improve your public speaking. www.craven-speakers.org.uk
For details of meetings of other Speakers Clubs in Yorkshire see
http://bit.ly/SpeakersClubsinYorkshire
The Soroptimists Rooms, 28, Otley Street , Skipton BD23 1EW

This meeting we have guest speakers for the first half: Lisa and Andrew Holden
will tell us about the Charity “Hearing Dogs for Deaf People” and they will bring their dog.

11. Fri 5 Nov: Yorkshire Naturalists Union Zoom Chat Group 7.30pm
bit.ly/ynu-zoom-chat

12. Thur 18 Nov: 7.30pm Craven Conservation Group Illustrated talk by Tony Serjeant:
A week in the life of a Wildlife Conservation Officer in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
St John’s Methodist Church, Church St, SETTLE, BD24 9JH Entrance: non-members: £3;
members: £1.
**(The first 15 minutes of this will be the CCG AGM)**

———
EXTRA:

[I]
If you missed the ACE Settle talk by local science data analyysts
‘The Science behind the IPCC Report and COP26’ – James Annan and
Julia Hargreaves gave us a terrific presentation after the AC AGM. Thanks
to Techla Wood and Settle Hub you can watch it here – well worth 24 minutes
of your time:
https://youtu.be/a3vRST1bFiM

[II]
I am continuing to run the BLS Zoom  Lichen Chat and Improvement Groups.
We are running some extra zoom sessions for Absolute Beginners in Lichens.
Contact me if you are interested.
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Best wishes

Judith Allinson

                                      Happy Autumn 2021

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