Latest King Billy’s News featured the Town’s Celebrations earlier in the Month together with our special un-veiling feature at the Guest House – “Kyla” the Eagle On the Thursday the town square had various activities organised by various groups and organisations of Settle. We had “Post Cards to the Palace” – “Painting Portraits of the […]
See my note on Althea Shevill at the end.
1 Sat 21 Aug: Covid vaccinations at St Johns Meth Church Settle :
Walk in vaccinations available – incl 16 and 17 year olds!!
Best time for walk in : after 10am and after 3pm
2. Sat 21 Aug: 2-4pm Cream Teas on Eldroth Church Lawn
3. Sat 21 Aug: Langcliffe Show to be opened at 2 pm by Cindy Haynes.
4. Sun 22 Aug: 11.45am: “Let’s join the table and talk about crisis – Climate crisis”
Table(s) OUTSIDE St John’s, Settle (See below)
5. Sun 22 Aug: 7pm Forest Church, Keasden –
Bring outdoor clothes and footwear for short walk
7. Sat- Mon 28-30 Aug: Langcliffe Church Bric a Brac Sale over the Bank Holiday Weekend. Bring your donations up to church on the Thursday
8. Sun 29 Aug -Teas / light refreshments at Langcliffe Institute for Guide Dogs for the Blind: 12 midday – 4.30pm
9. Wed 1 Sept: Walk and Prayers for the Climate. 5pm Meet Settle Swimming Pool Car Park to share transport.
– check with firstname.lastname@example.org or me for more details.
10. Sun 5 Sept: 10.30am Climate Service at Settle Methodist Church.
11. Sun 5 Sept: Hellifield Harvest Festival in the Cafe on Hellifield Railway Station
12. Tue 7 Sep: Coffee Pot is Reopening!: 10am-12pm: St Johns Meth Church
To be held monthly on 1st Tue of month until we get more volunteers to serve.
We need four people per session now, not two, because of serving restrictions.
Could you volunteer?
13. Sun 12 Sept: 10.30am Climate Service at Ingleton Methodist Church
14. Sun 12 Sept: 2pm Climate Service at Hellifield Methodist Church
(I’d be pleased to hear of other churches holding Climate Services)
15. 25 Sept: ‘Give and Take Day’ on the 25th September – Victoria Hall.
16. 18-26 Sept: Climate Coalition’s ‘Great Big Green Week’
17. Mon 4 Oct 7.30pm – Craven Speakers Club. A new term.
Now is your chance to improve your public speaking.
18. Sat 9 October: Settle Nature Day: organised by Craven Conservation Group
and the Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union at Settle Methodist Church
1. Sun 22 Aug: 11.45am: “Let’s join the table – outside – and talk about crisis
– Climate crisis” St John’s, Settle
Pull up a chair, grab a cuppa and gather around the table. Tables are places of sharing life,
of conversation, of listening and learning. Ideas are sparked as we gather around the table.
Communities grow and welcome people in around tables and talking and tea.
We will listen and discuss hard truths: What does Crisis mean to you?
How is it affecting your community? What can we do about it?
Hot drinks will be provided. All welcome. This is for all members of the public.
2. ACE SETTLE (Action on Climate Emergency Settle) is carrying out a traffic survey
ACE would like to understand residents’ views. This information will help
us in lobbying for the changes that our community wants.
You can complete the survey on-line by type this URL into your browser:
If you would prefer to complete a paper version you can contact ACE at
email@example.com for one to be sent out to you.
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Finally, (though some of you will know this from previous recent emails),
I am sad to report that Althea Shevill with whom I shared so many activities and
adventures died on Wednesday 18 August. I went on many trips with her and her wheel chair.
She was supportive of many of the projects I have
been involved with – in the church, in Craven Conservation Group and a whole
host of Settle Community Activities. Some of you will know her from other projects too.
She was patient and an inspiration with her persistence and enthusiasm.
: a day of stunning walks and trail runs The beautifully dramatic landscape of the Yorkshire Dales will be the setting for an exciting day of trail runs and walks on Sunday 21st August. Starting in Settle, participants can choose to take part in a 5, 16, or 26 mile walk or 5 or 16 mile […]
‘Engagement work’ highlighted in progress report Bainbridge, 28 June 2022 Many people have been helped to enjoy and better understand the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the past year, a meeting has heard today. Farm open days, outdoor classes for schools and volunteer-led nature walks were among the activities run by a wide range […]