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Latest Events via Judith’s news

1. “Olympic Fun – On your Marks!”: Children’s Holiday Club, Settle: today:
We & Th 10am-3pm. Local & holiday makers children welcome

2. Speakers Club is FUN. Want an evening out with a laugh?
www.craven-speakers.org.uk . A member from our region was on Eggheads on
Monday night in a team from The National Association of Speakers Clubs
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07n3cvg/eggheads-series-17-episode-86

3. Nature walk on Scar Close Fri 5 Aug, Ingleborough (see below)
organised with N.E. and Cumbria Wildlife Trust Supporters.

— EVENTS IN BRIEF: — (FOR DETAILS SEE LOWER DOWN)

1. Wed- Thur 3,4 Aug Children’s Holiday Club at Settle –
2. Fri 5 Aug: Swimming with Debbie Mahonnie – Settle Pool 12.00
3. Fri 5 Aug: Walk at Scar Close Reserve

4. 5-8 Aug: Rushes, Sedges -Course at Malham Tarn Field Centre
5. 5 Aug Gala Night http://settlestories.org.uk/gala Vic Hall
6. Sat 6 Aug – 10.00 – 16.30 Bioblitz at Broadrake Farm near Ribblehead

7. Sun 7 Aug a Keasden Walk and BBQ
8. Tue 9 Aug: 9.30am: Slimming World – Victoria Hall, Settle
9. Tue 9 Aug:   7pm: Slimming World – Victoria Hall

10. 10, 11 Aug: Childrens Sports activities (age 7 -14)  Giggleswick Primary School.
11. 10 Aug: Mothers’ Union Tea party to celebrate 140 years. 2.30pm Settle
12. 12 Aug: “POINTLESS” Night of Trivial Fun – St John’s Church, Settle  7.30pm.

13. Sat 20 Aug – 10.30 – Yorkshire Naturalists Union – Ingleborough
14. 20 Aug: Langcliffe Show
15. Sun 21 Aug:  Messy Church: 3-30pm- 5.30pm St John’s Church, Settle

16. 12 Sept Craven Speakers Club: – Skipton  7.40pm
17. Sat 15 Oct Settle Big Breakfasts-  Start for autumn

— EVENTS IN DETAIL: —

Are your children looking for something to do today (Wed) or Thur?

1.  Wed- Thur 3,4 Aug Children’s Holiday Club at Settle –
all children aged 5 to 11 welcome either day or both. 10am-3pm
Theme: Olympic Fun. St John’s Church Settle BD24 9 JH
Crafts Games – Activities – Stories from the Bible
– Lunch provided –  10 – 3pm each day
Free for children aged 5 – 11
Details  01729 822311
Organised by: Churches Together in Settle and District
www.ctisad.org.uk

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2. Fri 5 Aug: Swimming with Debbie Mahonnie – Settle Pool 12.00
£5-00

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3. Fri 5 Aug: On behalf of the Kirkby Lonsdale Local Support Group of
the Cumbria Wildlife Trust, site manager Colin Newlands is leading a walk
at Scar Close.  Meet at Colt Barn, SD773778 at  10.00am. Finish 4.00pm.
Booking essential with Roger Neale on 015242 41155.
http://www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2016/08/05/visit-scar-close-nature-reserve?instance=0

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4. 5-8 Aug: Rushes, Sedges and other Grass-like Wetland Plants
Course at Malham Tarn Field Centre run by Judith Allinson
http://bit.ly/29B9JpJ
See other courses at Malham Tarn too:-
http://www.field-studies-council.org/centres/malhamtarn.aspx

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5.  5 Aug Gala Night http://settlestories.org.uk/gala
6.30-8.30pm Victoria Hall
Celebrating local voices through animation.
Join us for our gala night at Settle Victoria Hall.
With animation films created by community groups including adults
with learning difficulties at the Resource Centre in Settle,
Young People from Settle Youth Club,
Bentham and Gargrave  Primary Schools.

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6. Sat 6 Aug – 10.00 – 16.30 Bioblitz at Broadrake Farm
http://www.broadrake.co.uk
Drop in event. CCG Event
Come along to find and record as many species as possible at this small 4
acre site, complete with wildlife pond, meadow (under restoration),
limestone outcrops, young native trees and lots of grasses, mosses and
lichens.  Moth traps will be set the previous evening and will be opened at
10.00.  Bring a digital camera to record your findings and a picnic to sit
and  enjoy the views! Broadrake is at SD740792,  just a short walk from
Ribblehead where there is plenty of parking and circular walk options back to
the viaduct.   Drop-in event for those on foot, bike or horse. Please call on
015242 41357 if you wish to park at Broadrake, otherwise booking not
required.

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7. Sunday 7th August a Keasden Walk and BBQ – meeting at
Clapham Wood Farm at 6.00pm for a circular walk with food around 7.30pm.
Details:  iangreenhalgh@austwick.org

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8. Tue 9 Aug: 9.30am: Slimming World – Victoria Hall
9.             7pm: Slimming World – Victoria Hall

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10. 10, 11 Aug: Children’s Sports activities (age 7 -14) still a few places left.
Giggleswick Primary School. with Jill and Andy
http://www.runbikefun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/2016-Summer-camps-v1.pdf

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11. 10 Aug : Holy Ascension, Settle EVERYONE WELCOME
Come and celebrate 140 years of Mothers’ Union
1876 – 2016   2.30pm-4.00pm

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12. 12 Aug “POINTLESS” Night of Trivial Fun
St John’s Church, Settle  7.30pm.  Brainteasers, fun laughter trivia and tea/coffee and cake.

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13. Sat 20 Aug – 10.30 – Yorkshire Naturalists Union –
Vice County 64 Excursion to Ingleborough area.
All CCG members welcome as an affiliated society of the YNU.
(As are people who are members of other affiliated societies such
as Upper Wharfedale Field Society, Craven Nats, Wharfedale Nats etc.)
Meet at Colt Park Barn (SD772778).
This is a good opportunity to go out with some naturalists
who are specialised  in various subjects.

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14. 20 Aug Langcliffe Show

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15. Sun 21 Aug:  Messy Church:
3-30pm- 5.30pm St John’s Church, Settle
Stories, Crafts, Fun, Hot food
(For children and their families)
Supported by all the main churches in Settle.
New helpers welcome. 01729 822311
Do give it a try.

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16. 12 Sept Craven Speakers Club – Skipton  7.40pm

Speakers Club is FUN. Want an evening out with a laugh?
Listen to two mini speeches on topics such as from Beer to Art,
from Self improvement to –err Beer.. )
Hear about good points in the the speeches, and how they could be improved.
Meet supportive people.
We all enjoy the evenings.
Speakers Club starts again on 12 Sept in Skipton.
http://www.craven-speakers.org.uk/

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17. Big Breakfasts will start again in OCTOBER –
SAT 15th Oct at 8.30am. Speaker: Sheila Mason who farms up at Keasden Head.

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See many Settle August events on the Vibrant Settle Notice board:
http://bit.ly/29zxAac
See  summer wild flower and natural history events on the Flowers of the Dales Calendar
http://www.ydmt.org/assets/x/54923
Forest of Bowland Festival:
http://forestofbowland.com/files/uploads/pdfs/FOB_DiscoGuide16LoRes.pdf
Summer events Ingleton Overground-Underground Festival
http://bit.ly/29F6OvE

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