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Sat 27 Feb: Bacon butties, refreshments, performances, stalls 10-4 at
OPEN DAY & COMMUNITY GROUPS SHOWCASE: St John’s Ch. Settle BD24 9JH:-
10.00- Settle Primary School;  10.15- St John’s Ch Music Group;
10.30- Yoga;  11.00- Tai Chi; 11.30- Line Dancers;
12.00- Slides-St John’s past events; 12.30- Scottish Dancers;
1.30- Line Dancers; 2.00- Helen Howard Dancers;
3.00- Settle Orchestra; 3.30- St John’s Church Music Group;
Plus  stalls by Bridge, Spinners, Traidcraft, Rainforest Cards,
Pioneer Projectss. Age UK and more groups who use the hall
ALL WELCOME:
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Mon 29 Feb: Pubic Meeting on Tour de Yorkshire and Settle

***     Events in brief:    ***

1. Sat 27 Feb: 10-4 OPEN DAY & COMMUNITY GROUPS SHOWCASE: St John’s
2. Sat 27 Feb- 09.30 Winter Birds at Leighton Moss:
3. Sun 28 Feb Special Afternoon Service at St John’s Settle Methodist

4. Sun 28 Feb: Austwick Hall Woodland Snowdrop Walk open.
5. Sun Feb 28th, Fairtrade service & meal St Mary’s Ingleton. 10.30
6. Mon 29 Feb: Tour de Yorkshire- Public Meeting-Vic Hall 6pm

7. Mon 29 Feb: Craven Speakers Club, 7.40pm Skipton
8. 29 Feb – 13 March – Fairtrade Fortnight
9. Tue 1 Mar: 10am Coffee Morning for Peru Children – St John’s

10. 1 Mar Tue: 9.30am: Slimming World – Settle Social Club
11. 1 Mar Tue: 7pm Slimming World – Settle Social Club
12. Tue 1 Mar: Swimfix with Andy 8pm Settle Pool.

13. Wed 2 Mar: Churches Together  Lent- Les Miserables: 7.30pm
14. Wed 2 Mar. Eco-Nite -Royal Oak 7.30pm
15. Th 3 Mar: Settle Scottish Dancing: St John’s, BD24 0JH 19.30

16.  3  Mar  CCG  Planning  Meeting – Friends MH 7.30pm
17.  4  Mar: 9.30am Athlefit Women’s Circuit Training
18. Fri  19  Feb: Swimming with Deb: 12 pm – Settle Pool

19. Fri 4 Mar 1pm-4pm – Women only networking (child-friendly)
20. Fri 4 Mar Table Tennis Coaching Bentham Meth Ch 7.30pm
21. Fri 4 Mar: Women’s World Day of Prayer: Settle Catholic ch

22. Sun 6 Mar: Messy Church: St Oswald’s, Horton: Moth. Sun- 3pm.
23. Mon 7 March 4pm-6pm: Local women’s aftn: Horton Women’s Centre
24. Sat 12 Mar Death Cafe: 10-12 Quaker Meeting House.

25. 15 & 29 Mar: Butterfly transect volunteers
26. Wed 16  March: Amnesty Int Letter writing 5-8pm. Friends MH
27. 19 Mar: Settle Big Breakfast

28. Sun  20 Mar: Service at Anley Hall for Residents
29. Sun 20 Mar: Settle Messy Church 3.30pm St John’s Church.
30.  Sun  20  March:  Sports relief  RUFC, Settle

31. Fri 25: ‘Journey to the Cross’ street drama  10.30am  Gd Frid
32. Tues 29 March 19.30  The Ribble Life Project  CCG talk
33. Settle Stories 1-3 April  http://settlestories.org.uk/festival

34. 2 April Lichens Workshop at Horton Churchyard  – booking necessary
35. Sat 2 April Geology of the Dent Marble – Field outing to Deepdale
36. Wed 13 April: Settle Soup: http://settlesoup.co.uk/

***       EVENTS IN DETAIL     ***

1.  Sat 27 Feb: Bacon butties, refreshments, performances 10-4 at
OPEN DAY & COMMUNITY GROUPS SHOWCASE: St John’s Church Settle BD24 9JH
10.00   Settle Primary School /
10.15   St John’s Church Music Group
10.30   Yoga
11.00   Tai Chi
11.30   Line Dancers
12.00   Slide Show: St John’s past events
12.30   Scottish Dancers
1.30  Line Dancers
2.00  Helen Howard Dancers
3.00  Settle Orchestra
3.30  St John’s Church Music Group

Stalls  by  various groups including Pioneer Projects, Settle WI,
Age UK, Traidcraft, Settle Spinners, Rainforest Fund Cards and others.
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Children’s craft activities all day in the Primary Room

Website: www.settle-methodsists.org.uk

Click on http://users.daelnet.co.uk/allinson/open-day-st-johns-2016.pdf
for a copy of the programme

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2. Sat 27 Feb- 09.30 Winter Birds at Leighton Moss:
Join David Fisher for  a visit to this fabulous RSPB reserve.
The length and duration of the
outing  will  depend  on  the weather. Meet at Settle swimming pool at
09.30  to  share transport if convenient  or on site at 10.15. Contact
David on 01524 261449 to confirm and for further  details.
www.craven-conservation-group.org.uk

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3.  Sun 28 Feb Special Afternoon Service at St John’s Settle Methodist
Church  to  celebrate  the  new  Worship Room. Preacher: Revd Dr Roger
Walton, Chairman of the District
and President of Conference Designate.

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4.  Sun 28 Feb: Austwick Hall Woodland Snowdrop Walk  open.  Light
refreshments  and  plant  sales . Entry
£4,   children  free  (01524  251794;  www.austwickhall.co.uk).  Noon-4pm,
Austwick Hall, near Settle, North Yorkshire LA2 8BS

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5. Sun Feb 28th, Fairtrade service and LOAF Jacobs join at St. Mary’s Ingleton. 10.30am

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6 . Mon 29 Feb: Tour de Yorkshire
Public Meeting
Open to the general public and local businesses
6:00pm Monday 29th February 2016
Settle Victoria Hall, Kirkgate, Settle
http://www.settle.org.uk/tour-de-yorkshire-meeting/

EVERYONE can be involved in this event, residents and businesses alike.
SETTLE NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

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7. Mon 29 Feb: Craven Speakers Club, 7.40pm Skipton
www.craven-speakers.org.uk:
Achieve Speaking Confidence
in your local Speakers Club
Public Speaking Development Among Friends
See also: http://the-asc.org.uk/

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8.  29 Feb – 13 March – Fairtrade Fortnight
www.fairtrade.org.uk/en/get-involved/current-campaigns/fairtrade-fortnight-2016

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9. Tue  1  Mar: 10am-12pm Coffee Morning for Peruvian Children’s nursery
at St John’s, Settle

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10. 1 Mar Tue: 9.30am: Slimming World – Settle Social Club
11. 1 Mar Tue: 7pm Slimming World – Settle Social Club

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12. Tue 1 Mar: Swimfix with Andy 8pm Settle Pool.

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13.  Wed  2 Mar:  Churches  Together  Lent  Discussion  group based on Les
Miserables: 7.30pm at St John’s in Church Street, Settle,
Tea and biscuits served beforehand from 7pm
www.ctisad.org.uk

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14. Wed 2 Mar. Eco-Nite -Royal Oak 7.30pm

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15. Th 3 Mar: Settle Scottish Dancing: St John’s, BD24 0JH 19.30

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16.  3  Mar  CCG  Planning  Meeting  .  all members of CCG welocme
www.craven-sonservation-group.org.uk Friends Meeting House Settle

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17.  4  Mar: 9.30am Athlefit Women’s Circuit Training with Jill at the
Scout Hall, Settle

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18. Fri  19  Feb: Swimming with Deb: 12 pm – Triathlon/Open
water practice in the luxury of Settle Pool

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19. Fri 4 Mar 1pm-4pm – Women only networking (child-friendly)

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20:  Fri  4  Mar  Table  Tennis  Coaching  and Competition with Rogetr
Walton: Bentham Methodist Church 7.30pm.

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21:  Fri  4  Mar:  Women’s World Day of Prayer: Settle Catholic church
7.30pm

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22. Sun 6 Mar: Messy Church at St Oswald’s, Horton –
Mothering Sunday- 3pm.

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23:   Mon  7   March   4pm-6pm  –  Local women’s afternoon  at Horton
Women’s Centre, Horton in Ribblesdale.

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24: Sat 12 Mar Death Cafe: 10 to 12 Quaker Meeting House.

The  next session of Settle’s Death Café will run from 10am to 12 noon
on  Saturday  12th  March  2016 at the Quaker Meeting Rooms in Settle.
You  are  welcome  to  stay for as long or as little time as you wish.
We  are  running  this  death cafe as a safe and welcoming place where
anybody and everybody is invited to come and talk about death.
At  a  Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather, just like any other
café,  ….  Except they discuss death. Each Death Café is run on a  not
for  profit  basis  (we  ask  for a donation of £1 per person to cover
costs),   in an accessible, respectful and confidential space and with
no  intention   of leading people to any conclusion, product or course
of action  – alongside refreshing drinks – and cake!
For   more   information  please  contact  Eliza  …01729  825457  or
07776107168 or Email elizadear@phonecoop.coop

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25: 15 and 29 March: Tove Hubbard of YWT writes:  The Yorkshire
Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers to spend a couple of
hours walking a transect through some of our reserves recording
all the butterflies and day-flying moths. No experience is
necessary as we will be running training courses on 15th March
from 2pm – 5pm and 29th March from 11am – 2pm. The surveys are
carried out once a week between April and September and you
would be part of a rota for the reserve you are surveying.

We are looking for several volunteers at each of these sites:  Brae Pasture
Southerscales and Grass Wood.
(Also: further to the east:  Ripon Loop, Wheldrake Ings,
Littlebeck Wood, Burton Leonard, Ashberry, Staveley,
Bishop Monkton Railway Cutting, Barlow Common,
Yellands Meadow, Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit.)

Please contact Tove Hubbard Northern Living Landscapes Trainee
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, 01904 659570,  tove.hubbard@ywt.org.uk

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26. Wed 16  March: Amnesty International Letter writing
Sessions: Call in between 5pm to 8pm. Friends Meeting House

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27.  19 Mar: Settle Big Breakfast- Please book your places or you
may go hungry ! – Coffee & tea are available from 8.15am, breakfast &
talk over by 9.30am. – £3.00 01729 825285 to book your place

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28: Sun 20 Mar: Messy Church for families: run by Churches Together in
Settle.  Details: 01729 825285 edithd@abtsound.co.uk. St John’s Church
Hall 3.30pm

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29.  Sun 20 Mar: Settle Messy Church 3pm St John’s Church. Fun for all the
family  –  Crafts,  Hot  Meal,   celebration. Give it a try. (A shared
activity of all the churches in Settle)

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30:  Sun  20  March:  Sports relief – run or walk yourself proud – the
Settle mile (or 3 or 6) North Ribblesdale RUFC, Settle

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31: Fri 25: ‘Journey to the Cross’ street drama Good Friday, 25 March.
Would  you like to help in the Settle Easter Passion Play? starting at
10.30am  St  John’s    (Now  in its 8th year).  Lots of “Extras” are
needed 01729 823978. Come and watch!!
This Passion Play is now in its 8th year at Settle
www.ctisad.org.uk

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32: Tues 29 March 19.30  The Ribble Life Project
Illustrated  presentation by Harvey Hamilton-Thorpe, Programme Manager
with  the Ribble Rivers Trust. At Townhead Court (across the road from
Townhead  Surgery)  in  Settle, entrance £3 for non-members and £1 for
members. All welcome.

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33: Settle Stories 1-3 April  http://settlestories.org.uk/festival

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34: 2 April Lichens Workshop at Horton Churchyard  – booking necessary
Email me for details.

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35: Sat 2 April 10.00
Geology of the Dent Marble – Field outing to Deepdale
Join  Bill Fraser in exploring sites connected with the historic ‘Dent
‘Marble’  industry. Meet at SD723823 at the summit of the single track
road  (Thornton  Lane)  that runs through Kingsdale at the junction of
the  green  lane  that  runs  around  the west side of Deepdale. Total
distance  c.  7 miles with some steep grassy ascents and rough tracks.
Bring  outdoor  clothes  suitable  for the day and a packed lunch. Car
sharing  needed  to reduce congestion, meet at Settle swimming pool at
09.00  to  share  transport,  if  convenient.  Contact  Dave Tayler on
david.tayler@ydmt.org for  further  details  and  to register for the
pre-visit information pack from Bill.
www.craven-conservation-group.org.uk

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36. Wed 13 April: Settle Soup: http://settlesoup.co.uk/

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See also
Settle Timebanking
http://www.timebanking.org/location/settle-timebank/

Best wishes from
Judith Allinson

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