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Events for June 2022 by Judith Allinson

Events for June 2022:

1.   Wed 1 June: First day of the month walk for the climate – organised by Churches Together in Settle and District and Craven Conservation Group. We will be looking at wildflowers including globeflowers in a nature reserve near Ribblehead and Colt Park. Meet at 4.30pm at Settle Swimming Pool Car Park to share transport (or if you want to drive direct to the site please contact 01729 822138 or info@ctisad.org.uk to find the meeting place)

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2.  1-30 June: Thirty Days Wild: 30 Days Wild is The Wildlife Trusts’ annual challenge: “Do one wild thing (outdoor thing) a day throughout the month of June”.

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3.  Wed 1 June: Settle Slimming World:  Settle Social Club, Duke St Settle
Weds 9am 10.30am & 6.30pm. No booking required. Details: contact Maxine 07713020736************************************************************

4.  Wed 1 June: Coffee Morning at St John’s Church Settle 10.30-12 . held every week.

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5.  Various dates:  Nordic walking Nordic walking fitness walks..
.Mon 9am and Friday 10.30am from Settle. Tuesdays 9.15am from Austwick, Clapham or Ingleton,  Wed 1.30pm from Long Preston £5. Poles provided. Please book by calling Jo Wulf at 07966 981985 or email jowulf@wolftracks.co.uk  https://wolftracks.co.uk/home/nordic-walking-sessions/
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6. 2-5 June: Jubilee Events everywhere.************************************************************

7:  Thurs June: No Settle Scottish Dancing Class on 2 June.  After this the classes will continue to the end of June then break for the summer. 7.30pm St John’s Church Hall

In September 8th there will be a series of Beginners Classes starting. at 7pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle BD24 9JH:

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8. 4-5 June and 11-12 June: North Yorkshire Open Studios:  29 Studios to visit in the Yorkshire Dales area  See map  See brochure  –  Well worth making the effort to visit a few of these.

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8. Mon 6 June: Eco Explorers for families: 
Our next after school Eco Explorer adventure will be to the Plantlife Nature Reserve at Winskill Stones. We’ll meet up at St John’s Methodist church car park, planning to leave by 4pm. Please bring a snack. Our venue is Winskill Stones, with plenty of space. We will look at the special flowers in bloom, even though the mass of early purple orchids will be past their best.. There are fossils there, and hopefully moorland birds. Judith will tell us what lichens we find.  We’ll travel in convoy, but Winskill Stones car parking is on the road out of Langcliffe, opposite the track down to Lower Winskill Farm, just over one mile above Langcliffe, just beyond the 2nd cattle grid. Limestone pavement will be slippery if wet, with clints and grykes; flat(tish) rock with water-worn holes. Good fun to walk on, but care needs to be taken. There’s plenty of safer grass covered area though!
If you are interested please contact Sally Waterson or Judith Allinson of Churches Together in Settle and District  info@ctisad.org.uk
0775 3618381

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9: Craven Speakers Club, Skipton has now broken up for Summer, and will start again on 5 September.
Do email me if you would like more information.************************************************************

10. Churches Count on Nature Week (4-12 June)  

 5-12 June:  St John’s Parish Church, Bentham North Yorkshire, LA2 7JN
WILD LIFE COUNT:  EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS OF WILD FLOWERS; QUIZ; NATURE TRAIL https://ingleboroughchurches.org.uk

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11. Tue 7 June: St Mary’s churchyard, Embsay with Eastby: 10am to 7pm on 7th June for the Churches Count in Nature. Refreshments available in the afternoon from 2pm. Call in at the churchyard to see what is going on and to help with recording. https://www.stmaryembsay.org.uk/eco-church/

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12.  Sat 11 June: Settle Action on Climate emergency. – June’s Green Cafe –  (10.30-1pm) at Settle Parish Church. A change of venue as we have been invited to jointly host this one with the Parish Church. This will feature the refreshments on a menu as a ‘carbon tariff’ to illustrate how carbon intensive (or not) certain items are – this will be awareness raising rather than meant to be guilt tripping, so do come along!

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13. 18-19 June: Langcliffe Open Gardens. Open from 10.00 till 5.00

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14: Mon 20 June: Settle Photographic Group – Practical Training 7.30pm St John’s Methodist Church and Zoom.

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15: 2 July: Archaeology of Ingleborough  – with the Wild Ingleborough project Discover how ancient peoples lived and farmed on Ingleborough, with Landscape Archaeologist Dr David Johnson  11.00-14.00

Best wishes
from
Judith Allinson
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