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  1. CoronaVirus – Measures to support businesses

    The Chancellor has set out a package of measures to support public services, people and businesses through this period of disruption caused by COVID-19. Settle Accountants Haworths has put this advice together Read Online on this page – or download the pdf here Executive Summary Measures to support businesses including: Statutory Sick Pay relief package […]

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  2. Coronavirus and Government Financial Help

    Coronavirus and Government Financial Help Dear Member, COVID-19 means we are in unprecedented times – personally, and in business. As your local Chamber of Trade, we will do what we can to offer support to our members and the local business community throughout this challenging period. As you may be aware, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has […]

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  3. Tour de Yorkshire – Settle

    Update for Settle on Tour de Yorkshire – Notes from a meeting with the Organisers on 11th March 2020 1.9m spectators over 4 days will view this event The TV audience is estimated at 28m Economic input to Yorkshire estimated at £60m over the event Dates : 30th April –  3rd May Some pics of […]

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  4. Local Events 27th August on

     ***  HIGHLIGHTS   ***28-30 Aug: Eco Explorers Nature Activities for families – Langcliffe28 Aug: Bat Evening in Kirby Lonsdale14 Sep: Launch of Action on Climate Emergency – Settle and Area 18 Sep: Does tax work for the Common Good? Olivia Hanks: Justice & Peace event We had a great Mid Yorkshire Fungus walk on 7 Aughttp://rainforest-save.blogspot.com/2019/08/mid-yorkshire-fungus-group-visit-to.htmland a […]

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  5. Rural Watch

    North Yorkshire Police are looking for volunteers in the Settle, Bentham & Ingleton area in setting up Mobile Rural Watch Scheme working alongside police. please contact SNACraven@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk – MEETING 05.08.19 AT 19.30HRS – SETTLE SOCIAL CLUB SETTLE

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  6. Latest Local Settle News

    RAILWAY WALKS This week there will be a circular walk in Carnforth area. This will take place on  Saturday 28 January and depart from Carnforth at 10.00 and take in  Wharton Cragg, Jenny Browns Point and Silverdale. This will be a moderate walk. All participants are reminded that it is their responsibility to make sure  […]

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  7. Local Events Updates 16th Nov

    I invite you to try and visit Settle library tomorrow Thursday  – 2pm – 5pm or Friday – 2pm – 6.30pm and not sure about Sat:  They are doing a library  questionnaire about library usage. They need our views and support. (They will be cutting nearly all the staff in April) 1. Wed 16 Nov: […]

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  8. Draft Local Plan

    Final chance to comment on housing sites in Craven’s draft Local Plan Craven District Council is launching a final consultation on housing sites in the draft Local Plan. The consultation begins on Friday July 22 and will run for four weeks. The consultation documents on emerging preferred sites takes into account more than 2,000 comments […]

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  9. Settle Photographic Group Town Trail

    Find the Photos! Town Trail Settle Photographic Group will once again be organising a hunt around the town for framed photographs in local shop windows from 9th to 23rd August. This year ‘Find The Photos’ has over 80 pictures to find. They are all located around the middle of Settle and provide some interesting entertainment […]

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  10. Settle News for residents and visitors

    THE COLE PORTER SONGBOOK: Sarah Fox & James Burton RICHARD WHITELEY THEATRE – 16/1/15 Despite appalling weather conditions the concert played to a capacity audience and while the weather outside may have been dreadful the atmosphere in the theatre was one of warm contentment.  More normally associated with large scale concerts with the Halle Orchestra, […]

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  11. Settle Snippets

    SETTLE PHOTOGRAPHIC GROUP The group are delighted to announce that the speakers at the meeting on March 4th will be Tony and Carol Dilger. Their subject will be Wildlife Photography. The meeting will take place at Townhead Court at 7.30pm. New members and visitors welcome. Cost £3. THE FOLLY On Friday 1 March the Folly […]

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  12. Dales Tourism Strategy

    The National Park Authority has been working with Nidderdale AONB on the development of a new sustainable tourism strategy and action plan for the Yorkshire Dales which will run from 2013 to 2018. The document is not about setting new policy or actions – rather it is about pulling together what is planned by a […]

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  13. Local Creative Courses

    Late Availability for Spring Courses   May is a wonderful time to visit the Dales and we can assure you of a warm welcome, good food and comfortable accommodation. All the courses are delivered by specialist tutors who bring a high level of expertise and experience to make your course worthwhile and interesting.   We […]

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  14. Settle Survey

    SETTLE TOWN CENTRE SURVEY 2nd April 2012 – 22nd April 2012 We would really welcome your views on Settle Town Centre. Whether you are a frequent user or someone who rarely visits Settle, we would like to know your views – both positive and negative! To complete the short survey, please click on the link […]

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  15. Vibrant Settle News

    It is almost 12 months since Vibrant Settle was launched with an objective to encourage and facilitate local people to come together to make Settle a better place to live, to work, to play and to visit. The only qualification for joining the Partnership is a love for the town and a desire to help develop and grow it’s vitality and vibrancy. We […]

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