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Events Round Up from Judith


Enjoy the summer. Here are three especially good events:

Thu 6 June: Walk in Upper Kingsdale: Craven Conservation Group & Roger Neale
 Wed 5 June: Musical History Walk in Colt Park Meadows (Songs)
 Wed 12 June: “There’s No Planet B” talk at Settle by Mike Berners-Lee
             Why not invite your friends to these?

             ***  EVENTS IN BRIEF:  ***

1. 1-30 June: 30 Days Wild: Do something outdoors each day of the month.
2. Tue 4 June: Coffee Morning – Settle Methodist Ch 10am-12 for
        Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease UK
3. Wed 5 June:  10am – 1pm: Colt Park Musical History Walk in Meadows

4. 5 June: National Sheep Farming Event at Rathmell: NSA North Sheep,
5. Wed 5 Jun: Slimming World. Now at Settle Social Club  9.30am
6. Wed 5 Jun: Slimming World. Now at Settle Social Club 7pm.

7. Thur 6 June 10:00 – 16:00:   Craven Conservation Group Walk  with Roger
       Neale,  Landscape and Wildlife of Upper Kingsdale.
8. Sat 8 June: Garden Party  at Taitlands, Stainforth,2pm to 5pm,
       for St Peter’s Church Stainforth.
9. Sat 8 June:  North West Craven Scottish Dance at Arkholme Village Hall:

10. 8,9 June: North Yorkshire Open Studios: Catalogue:
https://www.nyos.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/NYOS-2019-BROCHURE-B.pdf
11. 9 June: Settle Saunter on   6.2, 13 and 23 mile options
12. Sun 9 June Open Farm Day : Cappleside, Rathmell, Sett;e,  BD24 0LJ:

13. Sun 9 June: Open Farm Sunday https://farmsunday.org/visit-a-farm
14. June 12th,  “There is No Planet B” talk -Settle Meth Ch Settle J&P group
    7pm coffee, talk 7.30pm Mike Berners-Lee  http://theresnoplanetb.net/
15. June Settle Community Lunch   – Settle Friends Meeting House

15a.   St Alkelda’s Weekend:

Fri 14 June 6.30-8.30 – Gig:  St Alkelda’s Ch Flower Festival Preview
Sat 15 June  Flower Festival in Church from 10am to 4pm,
Sat 15 June ‘Music for a Summer Evening’
Sun 16 June: 10am Gig:  dedication of renovated St Alkeda’s Window

16. Sunday 16th June:  Austwick Village Open Gardens 10am-5pm
17. Sun 16 June: Settle Hills Race  10.30am
18. Wed 19 June 5.00pm-7pm: Settle Amnesty Int Letter Writing Friends MH

19.Wed 19 June 7pm: The Woodland Trust: The Folly, ROOTS talk
20. Sat 22 June: Three Peaks Folk Club as Settle Social Club.
21. 28-30 June: Kirkby Lonsdale:  All Britain Fleadh – Irish Music Festival

22.Sat 29 June Annual Summer Fair- Rose Cottage, Bankwell Road,  2pm, no
23.Sat 29: St Peter’s Ch Stainforth: Giggleswick & Settle Brass Band 7.30pm:
24.Sun 30 June: Settle Stories 3pm: Storytelling in Africa: Changing the news narrative
25.5-8 July: See One third of the British Sedges in Three Days

             ***  EVENTS IN DETAIL:  ***

1: 1-30 June: 30 Days Wild: Do something outdoors each day of the month.
https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/40705/petition/1
Maybe keep a diary.  Sponsored by the Wildlife Trusts  
I had a great time last year doing this and wrote a blog.

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2. Tue 4 June: St John’s Methodist Ch coffee Morning 10am-12 in aid of
Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease UK   https://www.cmt.org.uk/

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3. Wed 5 June:  10am – 1pm: Colt Park Musical History Walk
– Come and explore the rich history of the nature reserve told through the
medium of song.  Traditional songs through the ages will be performed by
local singers on this walk through the meadows  at Colt Park.
Choose to just listen or join in with the chorus, it’s up to you. Sorry, no dogs.
Location/meet Ingleborough National Nature Reserve, Colt Park Barn, LA6 3JF
SD  SD772778
Grade: Easy 1.5 miles
Age: Children to be accompanied by an adult
Booking: Essential
CostFree (donations appreciated)
Tel: 015242 42021
Email: colin.newlands@naturalengland.org.uk
This will be led by a Quartet from Kendal including one person from Skipton.
Colin Newlands will tell us a little about the Haymeadows.

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4. 5 June: National Sheep Farming Event at Rathmell: NSA North Sheep,
will be hosted by Frankland Farms at Rathmell near Settle in North Yorkshire.
The National Sheep Association (NSA) will hold one of the UK
Sheep industry’s main biennial events here. See website for details.
https://www.nationalsheep.org.uk/northsheep/general-information/
tickets £12.

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5. Wed 22 May: Slimming World. Now at Settle Social Club  9.30am

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6. Wed 22 May: Slimming World. Now at Settle Social Club 7pm.

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7: Thur 6 June 10:00 – 16:00   Craven Conservation Group Walk with Roger
Neale,  Landscape and Wildlife of Upper Kingsdale. Three miles, moderate,
steep incline- meet at Bank House for coffee and Car sharing.  need lunch,
good footwear (plus wellies and torch and hard hat if you have one if
entering Yordas cave) Booking essential; phone Roger on 015242 41155    

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8. Sat 8 June – Garden Party  at Taitlands, Stainforth,2pm to 5pm,
for St Peter’s Church Stainforth.

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9. Sat 8 June:  North West Craven Scottish Dance at Arkholme Village Hall:
Special Dance designed for the whole family to come along
including children and non-dancing partners. Several people will be going from
Settle if you would like a lift.
Arkholme Village Hall LA6 1AU – 60th Anniversary Event – 12.30pm
Contact Trevor Clarke       Please click here for Details       Ceildh & Dance Programme

Settle regular Thursday Scottish Dancing Classes have finished for the summer
and will resume in 12 Sept

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10. 8,9 June: North Yorkshire Open Studios:
Catalogue: https://www.nyos.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/NYOS-2019-BROCHURE-B.pdf
There is only 1 event at settle/Gig- (Frank Gordon at Giggleswick – great
pictures last year) but there are a lot of events at Clapham, Ingleton,
Malham Skipton and the rest of North Yorkshire.   A wonderful opportunity.

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11. 9 June: Settle Saunter    6.2, 13 and 23 mile options
http://www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/page.php?PgID=250343&ClubID=241

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12. Sun 9 June Open Farm Day : Cappleside, Rathmell, Sett;e,  BD24 0LJ:
https://farmsunday.org/visit-a-farm/shareEvent/6728
10am – 4pm
Free entry, (Barbecue and Refreshments on sale all day from the barbecue,
with all proceeds going to local charities.)  
Guided Farm Tours, looking at the Hereford cattle, the organic system,
environmental aspects of the farm, and on the forestry side  – from
tree-planting to on-farm timber processing. 
. Guided Tours round the Natural Burial Site
• Self-guided walks including a Farm/Nature Trail for families and children
. Various exhibitions and displays in the farm buildings illustrating our
farm business     
• Other attractions include performance by Settle and Giggleswick Brass band.
• Refreshments available: there will be a barbecue using our own charcoal and
Coop Hereford burgers and sausages,  which will be on sale with all proceeds
going to a local charity.

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13. Sun 9 June: Open Farm Sunday : Use this website to find out about more farms
taking part:
https://farmsunday.org/visit-a-farm
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14. June 12th, 7.15pm, St John’s Methodist Church Hall.
Mike Berners-Lee, the author of ‘How Bad are Bananas’ has published a new
book recently this year with the title, “There is no Planet B: A
Handbook for the make or break years”.    He has agreed to speak on his new
book this meeting.
https://greenchristian.org.uk/talk-by-mike-berners-lee-12-june-there-is-no-planet-b/

For more details about the book go  to http://theresnoplanetb.net/
Mike Berners-Lee’s books are “fun to read. They are filled with astonishing
facts and analysis.  They have practical and inspiring ideas about what you
can actually do.”

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15. June Settle Community Lunch
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/community-lunch-tickets-52784244095?aff=erelexpmlt
 Thur 23 Settle Community lunch: (coffee 10:00)  12.30-1.30
Quaker Meeting House 8 Kirkgate – BD24 9DZ Settle
Open to All – (free but donations welcome) Please book
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15a: St Alkelda’s Weekend:

Fri 14 June 6.30-8.30 – Gig:  St Alkelda’s Ch Flower Festival Preview £5 Glass of wine.  music from Christine Lorriman – Flute and Margaret Simper – Piano. Not a concert, just music to enhance the evening.
Sat 15 June  Flower Festival in Church from 10am to 4pm, No admission charge. Refreshments will be available.
Sat 15 June ‘Music for a Summer Evening’ from Internationly renowned Soprano
Sarah Fox and superb  bass singer Graeme Danby accompanied by Martin Dack.
7.00pm. Tickets £12, under 16 free. 
Sun 16 June: 10am Gig:  St Alkelda’s Ch: the Ven Jonathan Gough, Archdeacon of
Richmond and Craven,  will dedicate a recently discovered and renovated
historic Stained Glass panel depicting St Alkelda.  during the 10am Holy Communion Service.
The Flower Festival will continue from 12.30 to 4pm.
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16. Sunday 16th June:  Austwick Village Open Gardens
10am-5pm
£5 adults, children free
Ticket includes voucher for free tea/ coffee
Refreshments available all day in Parish Hall
Tickets on sale at Austwick Shop in advance or at Parish Hall on the day.
 17 gardens open – larger, smaller, perfectly manicured, works in progress,
 child centr

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17: Sun 16 June: Settle Hills Race   http://www.settleharriers.org/SettleHillsRace.php
Sun: 10.30am

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18: Wed 19 June 5.00pm-7pm:
Settle Amnesty International Letter Writing Sessions – Third Wednesday of the
month  5pm- 7.30pm – Call in for an hour in this period. Bring your pen (or
borrow one)   Held at Friends Meeting House, Kirkgate, Settle, BD24 9DX
opposite the Victoria Hall  

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19.Wed 19 June 7pm The Folly, Settle  Talk on The Woodland trust by Keith
Wilkinson MBE: organised by Roots: (Respect our Old Trees in Settle)
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20: Sat 22 June: Three Peaks Folk Club as Settle Social Club. Musicians and
singers night.

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21: 28-30 June:
Kirkby Lonsdale:  All Britain Fleadh – Irish Music Festival
https://www.kirkbylonsdale.co.uk/whats-on/114012-all-britain-fleadh
This is one of Ireland’s most prestigious cultural events – the  2019 All-British Traditional Irish Music Festival.

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22.Sat 29 June annual Summer Fair will be held at Rose Cottage, Bankwell Road,
Giggleswick.  This is in aid of St Alkelda’s and will include various stalls
– plants, tombola, ice cream, home made cakes and many others.   There will
also be teas on the terrace with delicious cakes.  2pm, no admission charge.

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23. Sat 29:   (St Peter’s Day) Giggleswick & Settle Brass Band is in concert
at St Peter’s, Stainforth  for Avril’s speech & physio therapy. 7.30pm: admission by donation.

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24:Sun 30 June: Settle Stories 3pm: Storytelling in Africa: Changing the news narrative
https://www.settlestories.org.uk/changing-the-news-africa

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25: 5-8 July: See One third of the British Sedges in Three Days
https://www.field-studies-council.org/individuals-and-families/courses/2019/mt/one-third-of-british-sedges-in-three-days-81348.aspx
Course at Malham Tarn.

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Enjoy summer – and do think about doing 30 Days Wild 1-30 June, and coming to
the Walk in Kingsdale, the Songs in the Hay Meadows and the Mike Berners-Lee
Talk.

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