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  1. Settle Events May 2022

    Settle Events May 2022

    1. Wed 18 May – Sun 22 May: Christian Aid Plant Sale in the garden of Settle Quakers. Do bring plants to donate. If you wish to to donate to Christian Aid via Churches Together in Settle’s online account for Christian Aid click here: https://giving.give-star.com/microsite/christian-aid/christian-aid-week/team/50938863-8b1b-4eb9-85a6-c206900b4765 ************************************************************ 2.  Wed 18 May: Settle Slimming World:  Settle Social Club, Duke St […]

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  2. Langcliffe Singers

    Langcliffe Singers

    We are a community choir and registered charity based in Settle and on December 18th we are hoping to perform Handel’s Messiah with professional soloists including Sarah Fox, an internationally renowned soprano who was born in Giggleswick and whose career has taken her all over the world. Langcliffe Singers

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  3. Events etc via Judith Allinson

    Events etc via Judith Allinson

    —   Events in Brief:  — 1. Fri 12 March: 7.30pm Yorkshire Naturalists Union (YNU) Zoom Chat – open to members of YNU and members of affiliated societies (e.g. Craven Conservation Group, YWT, Upper Wharfdale Field Society, Harrogate Naturalists) 2. Sat 13 March: Settle Action for Climate Emergency Conference: 10.30am by Zoom: Including: Neil Heseltine […]

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  4. TV Presenter – David Harper

    David Harper here. I’m a BBC TV antiques presenter on shows like Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip and I have my first one-man stand up show now on! I’ll be at The Victoria Hall in Settle on the 10th November The show is called ‘Unexpected Tales’ It’s an improvised, audience led (form of questions) […]

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  5. Musicians welcome community to ‘Settle’ down and relax

    There’ll be a chance to sit back and relax in Settle this Spring as South Asian arts organisation, Manasamitra, brings a truly soothing performance to the town’s Victoria Hall. The Yorkshire-based company will take centre stage on May 5th, as part of a collaborative UK tour, to perform Lullaby – Sonic Cradle, a contemporary musical exploration of […]

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  6. Clapham Art Group’s Annual Exhibition

    Clapham Art Group Clapham Art Group’s Annual Exhibition will be taking place from Saturday May 25th to Sunday June 2nd. Come along to this popular annual exhibition of art work by the group’s members, both professional and skilled amateurs. There will be around 80 new, original, paintings in a wide variety of styles to view and […]

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  7. Settle Christmas Lights Switch On

    The Settle lights switch on is the 1st December (1-00pm – 5-00pm) Settle Rotary are organising it this year. If anyone is wanting a stall please contact David Blackburn at dhblackburne@btinternet.com 

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  8. Go Ride Club

    Settle Wheelers Go-Ride club programme integrates structured coaching activities in traffic-free facilities for young people as long as they can pedal! The first session is free £2 thereafter 9.30-10.30am every Saturday at Giggleswick Junior School Pavilion, Mill Hill Lane, BD24 0DG Invitation to HSBC_UK_Go-Ride_Club

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  9. Beer Festival Meet Up

    JOIN US AT THE SETTLE VICTORIA HALL BEER FESTIVAL Thursday, 5th July – 5pm – 7pm – Victoria Hall, Settle We’d like to invite you to join the Chamber for a few beers after work at the Settle Victoria Hall Beer Festival! We have reserved a table for the opening evening (Thursday 5th July) and […]

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  10. Foot Cycle

    FOOTCYCLE FUN THIS SUMMER AT QUEEN ELIZABETHS SCHOOL What could be more fun a combination of Football and Cycling organised by local British Cycling and England Athletics coach Jill Eccleston qualified to BC Level 2 and EA level 3 and Football coach Craig Perkins qualified to FA level 1 both with enhanced CRB checks and […]

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  11. Yoga Cycling Day

    Love yoga as much as you love cycling? Combine the two in one day on July 17th 10-3pm £50 based at the Knights Table, Little Stainforth, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 0DP Yoga and cycling are one of life’s perfect matches. Like wine and cheese, they compliment each other perfectly Included in the price are refreshments on […]

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  12. National Youth Training Choir to give free Settle performance

    The National Youth Training Choir to give free Settle performance.   Following the success of their spring concert in Oxford, top young singers from all over the UK are coming together for a 30 minute ‘pop-up’ performance in the heart of Settle at 12pm on Friday 3rd August 2018.  The National Youth Training Choir (aged 13 […]

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  13. Settle Triathlon

    Settle Triathlon SUNDAY 24TH JUNE http://www.runbikefun.co.uk/june-24th-family-friendly-triathlon/   June 24th Family Friendly Triathlon @ Giggleswick Junior … www.runbikefun.co.uk June 24th Family Friendly Triathlon @ Giggleswick Junior School. Come and join us for another informal introduction to this amazing sport. We have our own photographer, local bike shop providing refreshments and maintenance, certificates and sweets for every […]

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  14. Phantom Voices Gig and Competition

    Playing at the Victoria Hall on April 14th Free Draw for Tickets – see below:  Phantom Voices are an exciting and dynamic six-piece band producing their own brand of folk-rock influenced in equal parts by traditional English and American folk music, Country and Rock and Roll. Featuring rich harmonies and outstanding musicianship, Phantom Voices have […]

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  15. Monday Social

    Local Business Folks “night out” Just an informal gathering for a drink, chat, social evening out etc – Nothing especially “organised” – an open invite to anyone really, to just pop along. Royal Oak, Settle, from 7pm Monday 2nd October. Tell people.  All businesses and friends welcome. – If it’s well received, we could make […]

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  16. Langcliffe Orienteering Event

    I would like to inform local people of Langcliffe of an orienteering event which will take place on the fells west of Victoria Cave on Saturday 16th September. The event centre is in a field to the NE of the cave and there will be about 150 cars arriving and departing through the village of […]

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  17. Settle Stories announces Creative Summer School Programme

    Summer fun for young ones in Settle this Summer    Settle Stories announces Creative Summer School Programme   Local arts & heritage charity Settle Stories have announced the full programme for their first ever Summer School. Targeted at children 8 years old and over, the Creative Summer School is for young people who love creating […]

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  18. Settle Photographic Group Events

    Settle Photographic Group Town Trail Settle Photographic Group’s Annual Photo Trail will be on from 1 – 22 August. About 80 framed photos will be on display in shop windows around Settle, so have fun hunting them out whether you’re a visitor or a local. Information can be found on our website www.settlephotos.org. A list […]

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  19. Creating Connections Event

            Overview On Tuesday May 23rd, we will host our next ‘Creating Connections’ event; a fun and informative Yorkshire themed ‘Pub Quiz’ at the Royal Oak Hotel in Settle town centre. Participants will each be asked to put £1 in a jar and the winning team will take the prize pot home! […]

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  20. Festival of Happiness

    Festival of Happiness For adults & families, Sat 27th May, Settle, Yorkshire Dales We all wish we were happier. Right? Why are we no happier now than we were decades ago? Let’s pioneer a new way forward. Let’s get excited, come together as a community and be happy at the Festival of Happiness! Over 20 […]

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  21. Ride2Stride

    ride2stride Settle-Carlisle Walking Festival: 25th April – 1st May 2017 Mainland Britain’s Best Walking Festival is Back – Bigger & Better Than Ever! Recently named mainland Britain’s best walking festival by The Telegraph, ride2stride is a festival of walks, talks and music along the fabulous Settle-Carlisle railway line – hikers can join in the celebrations of the […]

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  22. Settle Open Gardens 2017

    Settle + District Open Gardens 2017 Saturday June 24th + Sunday 25th 2017. Gardens open 11-5pm Saturday, 12-5pm sunday. 23 gardens open in and around Settle. Tickets £6 per day £10 both days tickets available Tourist Information Centre and Field to Home both located in Settle Market square. All proceeds to Settle Swimming Pool.     […]

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  23. Scandimoot Festival

    Scandimoot Scandinavian music and dance festival 2017 The 2017 Scandimoot festival will be held from 28th April to 1st May 2017 in Clapham. This small, intimate event has been held annually for many years and offers the best opportunity in the UK to learn Scandinavian traditional music and dance from Norway and Sweden’s top teachers […]

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  24. creatingconnections

    Settle Creates Connections   A definite date should be written into the diaries of business people in Settle and District, as Wednesday 15th February sees an invitation to all to meet in a social gathering. Business owners are welcome from Austwick, Clapham cum Newby, Giggleswick, Halton West, Hellifield, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Kirkby Malham, Langcliffe, Lawkland, Long Preston, […]

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  25. Age UK Fashion Show

    GET a taste for the glamorous at a fashion show in aid of Age UK North Craven at Victoria Hall in Settle on Thursday, April 27. Beautiful preloved outfits and accessories donated to the charity will be modelled and available to buy. Many of the high-end donations are unworn with labels still attached. There also […]

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  26. Wrestling

    Established in 2009, Megaslam   are one of the premier Wrestling promotions in Europe and for the first time ever in January, the company are bringing their unique show to Settle! The town’s Victoria Hall will play host to ‘The Show with the WOW Factor’ and will be a stop on a planned 300+ date UK […]

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  27. SettleBusinessAwards

    Settle and District Local Business Awards Award Categories Best Food and Drink Provider – café’s and pubs Employee of the Year Best Accommodation Provider – includes hotels, pubs, self-catering cottages, B&B’s Best Leisure Provider – includes Settle Play Barn type business, falconry, cycling, Yorkshire Dales Guides Best Service Provider – hairdressers, trades people, therapists, accountants, […]

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  28. Les Miserables Review

    Les Misérables (School Edition) : Giggleswick School Richard Whiteley Theatre: 30/11/16 This is a production which simply keeps on giving. Like any first night there were a few technical issues: radio mikes on the blink, an over-enthusiastic smoke machine, slightly too much volume in some soprano numbers etc but unlike most first nights there was […]

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  29. The Open Wheel Local Cycling Event

    Bentham News – The Open Wheel West Riding Classic 2017 The Open Wheel In 2010, me and my brother Brendan entered a sportive with some friends in the Peak District. It was a really good event but we both thought that we could organise a better event in our beautiful home county. So we did. […]

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  30. Ghost Stories for Christmas at Settle Library

    Adam Z. Robinson in association with LittleMighty present: The Book of Darkness & Light Three chilling tales. Two ghostly performers. One thrilling night. Legend has it that many years ago a book of terrifying tales was found. Now, you are invited to discover the secrets of The Book of Darkness & Light… if you dare. […]

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  31. Settle Folk Gathering

    Settle Folk Gathering 2016 Thursday 1st September – Sunday 4th September   For the third year we will be hosting a weekend of concerts, workshops and sessions in and around the market town of Settle, North Yorkshire, from the 1st – 4th September 2016. ALL EVENTS ARE FREE — THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE TICKETS There will be […]

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  32. Youth Choir Gigg

      The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain are coming to Settle and Giggleswick this June and July on a mission to get young people singing!   ==   Ready Steady Sing! Giggleswick Free singing activity day for children in years 5-7 Who: National Youth Choirs of Great Britain When: 24 June, 2016 9:30am Where: […]

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  33. Local National 3 Peaks Challenge for Charity

      National 3 peaks 24 hour challenge On Saturday 11th June a team us, from J W Garnett Electrical Ltd in Settle will be setting off on the long drive up to Scotland to the starting point of our National Three Peaks 24 hour challenge. Our team is made up of members of staff, family […]

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  34. Local Business Meeting

    Settle District Chamber of Trade Business Meeting Open to Chamber members and all local businesses 6:00pm Tuesday 24th May 2016 The Royal Oak, Settle Cash bar open HAVE YOUR SAY How would you like to see Settle develop, as a business owner? What would you like £70k of funding used for? Here’s what the Chamber […]

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  35. Summer Country Fayre

    The Summer Country Fayre is happening on Saturday 11th June 2016, 10am until 4pm at Casterton Sedbergh Prep School. It is a huge community event and all activities on offer are FREE. The day itself will provide the opportunity to explore various outdoor pursuits with live music, kite demonstrations, children’s entertainment, country clothing and gift […]

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  36. Showcase Settle

    See http://www.settle.org.uk/showcasesettle/ for more details about decorating the town and your house and business

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  37. Settle Library Heritage Fair

    North Yorkshire Libraries – Local and Community History month North Yorkshire has a long and interesting history – places, people and events deeply rooted in the past. Across the county, libraries will celebrate this in May for Local and Community History month, part of a national initiative to encourage everyone to discover the excitement and […]

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  38. Settle Stories Reviews

    SETTLE STORIES FRIDAY 1/4/16 REMEMBERING BILL: THE FOLLY It was a fitting start to this year’s festival that the very first event should be held in honour of a man who had been so involved with Settle Storytelling festival and so involved in telling the story of Settle itself: W R (Bill) Mitchell. Over the […]

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  39. TDY

    More details about the Tour de Yorkshire are here http://cravendc.gov.uk/tdy UPDATE : 8/3/16 – Tour de Yorkshire race build up begins with Trophy Tour Communities across Yorkshire are gearing up to welcome the official Tour de Yorkshire trophy which will be going on tour after Easter. Each local authority is being lent the Y shaped […]

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  40. Book launch with the Campaign for Real Ale

    Book launch with the Campaign for Real Ale CAMRA Books is launching Yorkshire Pub Walks on Thursday March 17th at The Talbot Arms, Settle at 4 pm.   Meet author Bob Steel, talk to him about your favourite Yorkshire pubs, walks and beers and buy yourself a signed copy or two.  Free buffet provided.   […]

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  41. Ferocious Dog Settle

    www.ferociousdog.co.uk www.facebook.com/FerociousDog In China, 2015 was the year of the Sheep – but in Nottinghamshire and countless venues and festivals in the UK it was the year of the Dog.  The year that Ferocious Dog snarled their way from the periphery of the festival and gig scene and put themselves firmly in the limelight of […]

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  42. Tour de Yorkshire Meeting

    Tour de Yorkshire Public Meeting Open to the general public and local businesses 6:00pm Monday 29th February 2016 Settle Victoria Hall, Kirkgate, Settle Let us Know you are coming, by filling in the form at the bottom: Following on from a recent meeting between Settle Victoria Hall, Vibrant Settle, Age UK, Settle District Chamber of […]

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  43. Settle Stories Festival

    The biggest Settle Stories Festival yet Save 60% with Early Bird Saver Passes. Book Now A good story can make your heart go faster. A great one can make it stop. Imagination transports us to other worlds so get ready for adventure as we step into the 6th Settle Stories Festival. Come and celebrate the many […]

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  44. Tour de Yorkshire Roadshow

    Tour de Yorkshire Business and Community Roadshow 10.30am – 12 Tuesday 9th February 2016 The Falcon Manor Hotel, Settle, BD24 9BD   Registration from 10am Event to start at 10.30am Tour de Yorkshire business and community roadshows Businesses across Yorkshire are being invited to a series of Tour de Yorkshire roadshows as the county gears up to host the major […]

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  45. The Moonbeams Fundraising Gigs

    Saturday 5th March at Cowling Village Hall – raising money for The Drystone Radio. Doors open at 7pm Starts 7:30pm Tickets £5 – call 07955033170 for details Friday 11th March at Victoria Hall, Settle – a night of local folky music with The Moonbeams and friends – raising money for The Settle Folk Festival 2016. […]

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  46. SAOS Junior Theatre Group 2016

    SAOS Junior Theatre Group 2016   WHEN TOAD CAME HOME After a lot of fun and great success with ‘Bugsy Malone’ and ‘The Wizard of Oz’, the Junior Theatre Group are set to start work on another production, ‘When Toad Came Home’. Based loosely on the wonderful story ‘The Wind in the Willows’ this little […]

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  47. Settle Stories

    The Hero Light – Dominic Kelly ‘A master storyteller’ – BBC Radio A wild epic from Irish mythology in a one-man show An extraordinary journey into the cinema of the imagination. Dominic will transfix you with energetic storytelling, rhythmic drumming, and the stories that have shaped Irish mythology for thousands of years. Several years in […]

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  48. Settle Christmas Lights

    The Big Switch-on 2015   Settle Christmas Lights have been getting better each year and 2015 will be no exception! This year, the lights will be switched on in the Town Centre on the Saturday 28th November.   The Market Place will be buzzing with activity all afternoon; Santa Claus will be in his Grotto […]

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  49. Marie Curie Dad Dancing Event

    SETTLE AND RIBBLESDALE FUND RAISING GROUP OFFER YOU; STRICTLY GOT TO DANCE FOR…………… Our member Ronnie (pictured) is convinced he will win the Dad dancing competition, so much so he has threatened to pickle his walnuts if he loses.  So come along and give Ronnie some competition. Be fab-u-lous not a dance disaaaasster!! WHEN – […]

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  50. Settle photo hunt

    Find the Photos! Settle Photographic Group will once again be organising a hunt around the town for framed photographs in local shop windows from 14-26 August. This year ‘Find The Photos’ has over 80 pictures to find and look at. They are all located around the middle of Settle and provide some interesting entertainment for […]

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  51. Memories of an Indian Childhood

    Be transported to Bombay- dusty, crowded and vibrant. Welcome to Sita’s world of large families, stubborn hairdos and romantic train journeys. Slowly the light-hearted stories about friendships and games give way to darker more painful memories. Her father’s gruelling exodus at the onset of World War II and later the Indian Emergency, precipitating the need to leave India and come […]

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  52. Ferocious Dog!

    FEROCIOUS DOG www.ferociousdog.co.uk www.facebook.com/FerociousDog Creating their own take on Traditional Celtic folk, Ferocious Dog takes the traditional instruments; fiddles, whistles, mandolins and mixes them up with a bit of, raw, buzz saw rock n’ roll attitude. With their unique, aggressive yet feel-good music they tear up venues across the country often bringing their faithful Hell […]

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  53. Settle Meeting

    Discussion and Updates : The Fair Parking Public Transport Christmas Lights Website OPEN TO ALL BUSINESSES IN THE SETTLE DISTRICT Meeting poster

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  54. SETTLE + DISTRICT OPEN GARDENS 2015

    SETTLE + DISTRICT OPEN GARDENS 2015 Saturday June 20th   Open 11am -5pm Sunday June 21st       Open 12pm -5pm 18 gardens in and around Settle and District- all proceeds to Settle swimming Pool and provision of defibrillators in Settle Tickets £6 or £10 both days available: Tourist Information Centre Field to Home-both located in the […]

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  55. Local Elections

    We asked for the 3 candidates to send us information about themselves etc for the website: Here is the Info: JO Says: I suspect many of you are sick of seeing posh men in suits shouting at each other in parliament – one of the reasons I joined the Green Party is that they think […]

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  56. Scandimoot

    Scandimoot, 1st to 4th May If you wanted to learn from the very best performers and teachers of traditional Scandinavian music and dance, you might book a flight to Oslo or Stockholm.  Perhaps you wouldn’t think of coming to Clapham or Settle in springtime.   For nearly 20 years now, around the beginning of May, […]

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  57. Fiddle Workshop

    Norwegian fiddle workshop with Sturla Eide Sat. 7thMarch 2015 The workshop is aimed at competent fiddlers, though no knowledge of Norwegian music is required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from one of Norway’s most accomplished players and to explore not just the tunes but also the playing techniques. Time:10am until 4.30pm Location: The […]

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  58. Energy Advice

    Download the poster here http://www.settle.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/energy-switch-poster-Settle-30th-January.pdf

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  59. Falcon Wedding Fayre

    Venue details ~ Falcon Manor Wedding Fayre, Skipton Road, Settle, North Yorkshire BD24 9BD Times ~  12pm-4pm We are delighted to showcase the Yorkshire Dales newest, most fabulous wedding venue. The completely refurbished Falcon Manor is glamorous, stylish and available for your Dream Wedding. With 14 bedrooms, photo opportunities galore and a wonderful light filled […]

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  60. Age UK EVENT

    Keep Warm and Well in Settle Settle is getting organised for winter.  Age UK North Craven, Settle Town Council and a host of other organisations are inviting everyone in Settle to  find out how to keep safe in the cold weather. ADVICE on fuel bills and affordable warmth schemes and staying healthy in cold weather, […]

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  61. Pantomime in Settle

      The 2014 panto is called ‘The Witch That Nicked Christmas’.  It is written by Mike Harding (yes, THE Mike Harding) and produced and directed by Bretten Lord of ‘Lad:  A Yorkshire Story’ fame. It is opening on Wednesday 3 December until Friday 5th December.  Doors open 6:45pm, show starts 7:30pm .  Tickets are £8 […]

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  62. Limestone View open day

    H21 Limestone View Settle Newsletter Number 8, October 2014     Work has been progressing well at Limestone View and the final interiors are almost complete. We are planning an Open Day on Friday, 24 October 2014 and would like to invite you to visit Limestone View. The invitation for the General Public is from […]

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  63. Settle Stories Reviews

    SETTLE STORYTELLING FESTIVAL 10-12 OCTOBER LAUNCH Passengers arriving at Settle from both Leeds and Carlisle trains on Friday could have been forgiven for thinking that they’d stepped into some kind of alien world when they found the platform filled with children and enthusiastic adults – some in distinctive green sparkling headgear and in their midst […]

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  64. Photo Group Trail and Display

    Town Trail Settle Photographic Group will once again be organising a Town Trail of framed photographs in local shop windows. This year there are about 90 pictures to hunt down and look at. They are all centred around the middle of Settle and provide some interesting entertainment for both visitors and residents. Maps can be […]

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  65. Handlebards Tour

    4 ACTORS, 4 BICYCLES, PEDALING SHAKESPEARE ON A 2000 MILE ADVENTURE   Beautifully British and bonkers – this summer, the HandleBards, a four-strong, all-male troupe of cycling players, are pedaling the length and breadth of the UK for three months to perform fast-pace productions of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and The Comedy Of Errors. This is the […]

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  66. Save Money, Make Money with XFT

      This product will save money for private individuals and businesses, and offers an income earning opportunity for individuals, companies, charities, schools, groups, etc etc Come along to a meeting to find out more … Here in Settle, North Yorkshire, we are pleased to be hosting the most Northernmost meeting at The Rugby Club on […]

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  67. Superfast Taster Morning

    Superfast Taster Morning Social Media, SEO, Websites and More! Tuesday 10th June 2014 (09:30-12:30) The Royal Oak Hotel, Settle Come along to The Royal Oak Hotel in Settle for a FREE half day event full of practical advice, hints and tips on topics such as social media, website content, SEO, online networking and more.   […]

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  68. Marie Curie News

    Settle and District Marie Curie News Daffodil collections – throughout March we placed collection boxes in many shops in Settle, organised in-store collections in Booths and undertook two street collections.  In total, with your help, we raised well over £1800 and we would like to thank everyone who contributed.  Thanks also must go to Rotary […]

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  69. Settle High School Reunion

    Settle High School 60th Birthday Reunion For those of us who started at Settle High School in September 1965 and will be turning 60 this year! Sunday 16th March 2014, 12.30pm at Settle Cricket Club, Kirkgate, Settle BD24 9BP (opposite Booth’s Supermarket) Bar available Pie & Peas (meat & potato or cheese & onion) @ […]

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  70. Rarely Seen Music – **free entry** Hurdy Gurdy +

    Damian Clarke – Dulcimer, Hurdy Gurdy & Celtic Harp Damian is on a mission – namely to re-introduce the beautiful, ancient Dulcimer and the fascinating, medieval Hurdy Gurdy. Expect to see him at a venue or event near you, as he is determined to gain as much exposure for these instruments as he can. Free […]

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  71. Christmas Lights Switch On

    Christmas in Settle On Saturday, 30th November, Christmas begins in Settle with switching on the Christmas lights. This popular event promises to be a fun-packed afternoon, beginning with a variety of stalls in the Market Place, including hot food, produce, children’s face painting, tombola and raffles. Come along to do some Christmas shopping at the […]

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  72. Austwick School Christmas fayre

    Austwick Fayre AUSTWICK PRIMARY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS FAYRE At AUSTWICK VILLAGE HALL ON SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 12.30–  3.30 pm COME AND SEE SANTA IN HIS GROTTO! CAKE and  PRESERVES ,  RAFFLE with great prizes,  TOMBOLA,  CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS CRAFT ACTIVITIES,  CAKE DECORATING,  LOCAL BUSINESSES SELLING CHRISTMAS GIFTS And lots more!!! Pie and peas lunch ,mulled wine & […]

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  73. Northern Chamber Orchestra

    Northern Chamber Orchestra returns to Settle Victoria Hall with a ravishing programme which includes Elgar’s rarely-performed Elegy The Northern Chamber Orchestra returns to Settle Victoria Hall on Friday 13 September, 7.30pm.  The ‘Ravishing Diversions’  concert features a charming Mozart Divertimento, Weber’s tuneful, virtuosic Clarinet Concerto – arranged from the Clarinet Quintet – and Dvorak’s sublime […]

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  74. International Bog Day !

    INTERNATIONAL BOG DAY 28 JULY Events at Malham Tarn, Settle, North Yorkshire. 28 July is International Bog Day “Save British bogs – and visit one on International Bog Day- 28 July 2013” says bog-plant botanist Dr Judith Allinson. Malham Tarn in North Yorkshire has internationally important wetlands including the Bog and Fen, and a series […]

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  75. Giggleswick Horticultural Show

    This Annual Open Show will be held on Saturday 10th August 2013 at  Giggleswick Junior School Pavillion and will be opened by Joe Lord, Mayor of Settle. The show features 148 different classes and entries are invited for Vegetables, Fruit, Flowers, Decorative flowers, Photographic, Culinary, Preserves, Handicrafts, Art.  We also feature a variety of Children’s […]

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  76. Opportunity for Brass Band players

    Talented brass and percussion players from eight to 18 are invited to join the 80-strong National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain (NYBBGB) for a day. The free-of-charge Open Day will feature a master class by a leading brass or percussionist, the chance to hear the 80-strong NYBBGB rehearse, an opportunity to listen to its […]

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  77. Art Exhibition

    Jane Buckle and Pam Twiss are holding their second joint exhibition this year.  Student colleagues on the BA Fine Art (Hons) course at Craven College, they held their well received first show at the Friends Meeting House in Skipton in April, 2013. SEEING THROUGH THE GAPS Jane Buckle Artwork inspired by the lives and experiences […]

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  78. Lost Sheep

    A great Initiative here – easy to get involved !! http://www.dalestourism.com/lost-sheep.html

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  79. Take 3 Chefs

    Take 3 Chefs… Thursday 30th May, 7pm, in the Victoria Hall, Settle To tie in with the latest exhibition in Settle’s Gallery on the Green ‘Take 3 Chefs…’, an evening of food & cookery, is taking place at the Victoria Hall, Settle on Thursday 30th May at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm). Chef number one is […]

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  80. Free Stalls at Events and Free Music Event

    A couple of Great Free Events to come to and get involved in this Summer. This year, we have a few  opportunities for you to work in partnership with us, to help promote your activities. The Malham Tarn “Tarntastic!” open days on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July. A Festival Event around the Yorkshire Dales […]

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  81. Grassington Festival

    2013 Festival: 14th – 29th June 15 days of Music and Arts in the Yorkshire Dales Now in its 33rd consecutive year, Grassington Festival is renowned for bringing world-class acts to this picturesque Dales village.  With live music, street theatre, comedy, visual arts, masterclasses, workshops, walks and plenty of family shows, there is something to […]

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  82. Around Settle

    The Ride-2-Stride Festival starts Tuesday 30 April – 6 May 2013 http://www.skyware.co.uk/scwf/program/program.htm with walks on various topics starting from various points along the SC Line, and music sessions in the evenings. There are 3 walks planned tomorrow (Tues) starting from Settle Station at 9.41 – 2miles (till 11.45) – 6 miles (till 15.00) – and […]

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  83. SettleShake

    Many Thanks to All Who came to The Shake !! We had a dancing Mayor, a boogie boy 82 year old, plenty of Kids, Teachers, Cave Rescue, Tourists and Confused Locals !! We raised some money collecting  for Cave Rescue http://cro.org.uk/ – Please Donate anything online here https://www.justgiving.com/settleshake The videos are here: And some photos […]

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  84. Grassington Festival Details

    Grassington Festival Aims High for 2013 It’s time to start getting excited about Grassington Festival! The team organising the 15-day extravaganza of art and music in the Yorkshire Dales have announced some of the stellar names confirmed for its main stage events – and this sneak preview hints at one of the most diverse and […]

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  85. Local Events

    A record breaking list of events for 2013! 1  Wed 9 Jan Talk on Spalding Flower Festival 7.30pm. Hellifield Guild 2. Thur 10 Jan Settle Scottish Dancing – This week at Cricket Club 3. Thu 10 Jan Settle Blood Doning. Methodist Church Hall 4. Mon 14th Jan – Craven Speakers Club – Topics Competition: Skipton […]

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  86. Settle News Jan 7th 2013

      VICTORIA HALL 2013 holds an amazing mixture of events to appeal to all tastes and ages. 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 […]

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  87. Local News and Events

    From Judith : Did you see Attenburgh 60 years in the wild – Our Fragile Planet – on TV? http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00zsrz4/Attenborough_60_Years_in_the_Wild_Our_Fragile_Planet/ Same link but shorter: http://bbc.in/TEHkA9 ? I saw some of the earlier programmes when I was young (not the earliest). How much has been lost in our lifetimes!  Tragic. But he also pointed out some […]

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  88. Cinderella in the Area

    Rural Arts On Tour present the Pocket Panto Production of Cinderella . Langcliffe Village Institute Sunday 30th December 2pm Tickets adults £6 children £4. from Linda Evans 01729 823271, Settle Music 01729 825838 and online at www.ruralarts.org. .

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  89. Events etc

    from Judith  ….   {1.} Google Calendar {2.} Beautiful Cards. {3.} Events ———————- {1.} GOOGLE CALENDARS Do you use Google calendar? If so, you can link other calendars to yours. Go to the Google calendar in the websites below and click on the Google calendar sign at the bottom right of the calendar. 1)  CCG […]

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  90. Local News for Settle, October 13th

    SKA NIGHT Settle Cricket Club are holding a Ska night for over 18s on 20 October. Tickets cost £3 and you’re invited to wear black and white. SETTLE AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY Tickets are currently on sale for this year’s production of the Sound of Music, which will take place at Victoria Hall from 29 October […]

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  91. Christmas Switch On

        Settle Christmas Lights Team   This year, Settle’s Christmas lights will be switched on in the Marketplace on the afternoon of Saturday, 1 December 2012. We hope you agree that the new lights in the Marketplace last year were a great improvement, and this year we intend to make the lights display and […]

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  92. Eventsusually ;-)

      1. 11-14 Oct Settle Stories http://www.settlestories.org.uk/ e.g. * Newton’s apple on Friday. Professor Keesing * Sorrow and love on Sat with Jan Blake. * Tea and Tales on Sunday with Bill Mitchell and Liz Weir 2. Sat 13 Oct  Austwick Community Players “Shine a Light” 3. 14-20 Oct National Ethical Investment Week 4. Mon […]

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  93. The Secret Sundial – Settle !

    Dear Sirs, I have written a book called Isaac Newton & The Secret Sun Dial which is about the true life discovery of an inter dimensional portal at Settle, UFOs at Ilkley Moor and the secrets of Menwith Hill and how these connect with a four hundred year old mystery surrounding Isaac Newton’s visits to […]

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  94. Events and Items of Interest September 2012

    From Judith Allinson 1. I will be organising Settle Community Christmas Day Lunch (and tea) at Townhead Court again this year. (See item on 25 Dec) All welcome. Please tell people who may be interested. 2. Volunteers needed for Settle Swimming Pool Paper Collection. Contact Mike Elstub 01729 925109 —————— ***   EVENTS (for more […]

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  95. Concert at Victoria Hall

    NORTHERN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 7.30pm, Thursday 27 September 2012 Victoria Hall, Kirkgate, Settle BD24 9DZ The Northern Chamber Orchestra Nicholas Ward, violin ‘Turkish’ & Other Delights Rossini String Sonata no.1 in G major Mozart Violin Concerto no. 5 in A major ‘Turkish’ Bartók Rumanian Folk Dances Schubert Symphony no. 5 in B flat major Enjoy a […]

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