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Local Events Sept 19th

  *** IMMINENT HIGHLIGHTS: ***

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    Thursday:
7.30pm: Craven Conservation Group Members’ Slides  – always a treat

    Friday
1-2pm: Join in the Global Climate Strike at Settle – Market Place

            ***   EVENTS IN BRIEF  ***

1. Wed 18 Sep: Nurturing Neighbourhoods – Victoria Hall  11am-3pm
2. Wed 18 Sep: Amnesty Letter Writing: 5-7.30pm  Settle Friends M.H.
3. Wed 18 Sep: Settle Soup: Vic Hall 5pm-7pm: Four 4 min presentations

4. Wed 18 Sep: “Does tax work for the Common Good?” 7 for 7:30pm Friends M.H.
    Settle:  – A workshop led by Olivia Hanks: Settle Justice and Peace
5. Th 19 Sep: Settle Scottish Dancing Class 7.30pm
6. Th 19 Sept: Craven Conservation Group Members Digital Pictures Evening:
    Also bring in any fungi you have found early and we will make a display.
    7pm for 7.30pm. St John’s Methodist Church, Settle.

7: Fri 20 Sep: Global Climate Strike 1 – 2pm
8: 21 Sep: Three Peaks Folk Club: Settle Social Club
9: 22 Sep: Car Free Day

10. Mon 23 Sep: Craven Speakers Club Skipton 7.30pm
11. Wed 18 Sep: Slimming World. 9.30am 7pm Settle Social Club:
12. Wed 18 Sep: Slimming World. 7pm  Settle Social Club:

13. Th 19 Sep: core Strength and conditioning – Limestone View  9.30
14. Th 19 Sep: Strong & Steady – Limestone view 10.45
15. Th 19 Sep: 6.30pm – Weight Watchers – The Folly, Settle

16: 28 Sep: A celebration of romantic French Organ Music – recital by local
     organist and composer Paul Fisher  St Alkelda’s Church, Giggleswick 7pm.
17. Sat 28 Sep: 7.30pm Light Music Trio Concert  St John’s Meth Ch, Settle
18. Wed 2 Oct: Mid Yorkshire Group Fungus Foray to Parceval Hall.  10am-12 

19. Mon 7 Oct: Craven Speakers Club:  Skipton
20. Tue 8 Oct: Baildon & Shipley Speakers Club. 1.30pm Frizinghall
21: 17 Oct: Craven Conservation Group Talk: Catherine Mercer from YDMT on the
     Bee Together Project. St John’s Meth Ch Settle

22: Tue 22 Oct: Tuesday October 22 – One World Week meal: Catholic Ch. Hall.
“Now is the time”  (to take action on climate change) 6.15pm OWW meal
23: Tue 5 Nov: Coffee Morning at St John’s Church Settle in aid of Rainforest Fund.
24: 9 Nov : YNU (Yorkshire Naturalist Union AGM – Whitby)

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              EVENTS IN DETAIL

1. Wed 18 Sept Nurturing Neighbourhoods https://bit.ly/2lKyYBk
Victoria Hall  11am-3pm. Talk or listen. Say what is important to you.
077182  for Settletonian about Settletonians     Refreshments- Have a cuppa.
Meet new people.

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2. Wed 18 Sept: – Amnesty Letter Writing – 5pm-7.30pm  Settle Friends
Meeting House.  I do encourage  you to come. We have freedom. Think of those
who do not   

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3. Wed 18 Sept: Settle Soup: Victoria Hall
Settle Soup is back! 4 pounds – 4 ideas – 4 minutes
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/settle-soup-tickets-70763386193
Doors open at 5 pm
Pitches at 5.30 pm
Soup at 6pm
Winner announced at 7pm

Help new local community projects get off the ground
The concept is simple: a suggested donation of £4 on the door (£2 for under
18s) gives you  to a delicious meal of soup, bread, tea and a vote for your
favourite local community project pitched on the night.  We want lots of
local folk to get involved so if £4 is a bit steep just  donate what you can
afford, if you are feeling generous you can donate more!
Children are very welcome and if they are old enough to decide which idea
they like best then they can have a vote. 

Four ideas for improving Settle or the local community will be put forward,
each has 4 minutes to pitch to the crowd. 

Then we eat together and discuss the ideas and mingle, meet new people and
generally have a good time.   

Everyone votes for the idea they like best and the winner gets all the money
taken on the door to kickstart  their project. The people behind the project
will then be asked to update us on their progress  as they bring their idea to life.

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4. Wed 18 Sept:  7 for 7:30pm Friends Meeting House, Settle: – A workshop
led by Olivia Hanks:
“Does tax work for the Common Good?” We will be taking a looks at why tax is
key to equality and justice, and how we can take action for a  just tax
system. It includes an opportunity for small group discussions exploring  the
big questions about tax and its role in our society, and starting to imagine
a better  tax system.  Olivia is Programme Manager of Economics and
Sustainability for Quaker Peace and Social Witness. 
Organised by the Justice and Peace Group of Churches Together in Settle

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5. Th 19 Sept: Settle Scottish Dancing Classes restart: 7.30pm St John’s
Church Hall. details: 015242 42591  – Every Thursday 7.30pm  – 9.30pm
St John’s Methodist Church Hall. £3 per evening: Visitors to Settle Welcome
– 015242 42591    www.settle-scottish-dancing.org.uk

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6. Thur 19 Sept: Craven Conservation Group Members Digital Pictures Evening:
Also bring in any fungi you have found  and we will make a display at 6.30pm
to 7pm for 7.30pm.  St John’s Methodist Church, Settle.

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7: Fri 20 Sept: Global Climate Strike: several people have arranged to meet
1pm-2pm  on the cobbles out side the former bank below the coop.
I hoe to go a bit earlier too earlier.

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8: 21 Sept. Three Peaks Folk Club
https://www.3peaksfolkclub.com/Calendar—News-Page.html

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9: 22 Sept: Car Free Day
https://www.awarenessdays.com/awareness-days-calendar/world-car-free-day-2019/

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10. Mon 23 Sept: Craven Speakers Club Skipton
Second session of the new season. We meet fortnightly at 7.30pm at the
Soroptomists  – Room, 28 Otley Street. http://www.craven-speakers.org.uk
 Helpful for : social life – teaching – running committee meetings – wedding
 speeches – job interviews – and much more – And just a good night out.

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11. Wed 25 Sep: Slimming World. 9.30am

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12. Wed 25 Sep: Slimming World. 7pm Settle Social Club:

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13. Wed 25 Sep: Slimming World. 7pm
and 7pm Settle Social Club:
11. Thu 10 Sept 9.30am (Core strength and conditioning (exercises to keep you
fit and supple – and find 
muscles you didn’t know about) Limestone View Lounge, Settle 9.30am with Jill
Eccleston https://www.runbikefun.co.uk/
(I go to these sometimes )

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14. Thu 26 Sept 1- 10.45am  Strong and Steady – similar to the above but much
gentler, useful for keeping your ballance –   https://www.runbikefun.co.uk/

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15. Thur 26 Sep 6.30pm – Weight Watchers – The Folly, Settle

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16: 28 Sept: A celebration of romantic French Organ Music – recital by local
organist and composer Paul Fisher  St Alkelda’s Church, Giggleswick 7pm.
Free, Donations Welcome.  Refreshments in interval. 

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17. Sat 28 Sep  7.30 p.m.   Light Music Trio Concert  St John’s Methodist Church

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18. Wed 2 Oct: Mid Yorkshire Group Fungus Foray to Parceval Hall.   10am-12
midday. – email me for details.     

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19. Mon 7 Oct: Craven Speakers Club: We meet fortnightly at 7.30pm at the
Soroptomists  – Room, 28 Otley Street. http://www.craven-speakers.org.uk
Helpful for : social life – teaching – running committee meetings – wedding
speeches – job interviews – and much more – And just a good night out.

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20. Tue 8 Oct: Baildon & Shipley Speakers Club. 1.30pm Frizinghall
 This meets the second
Tuesday afternoon of the month at Frizinghall:     
Bradford New Church, Ashfield Avenue, Frizinghall  BD18 3AL  1.30pm – 3.30pm
https://sites.google.com/view/baildonafternoonspeakersclub

(There are also clubs at Baildon, Halifax, Clitheroe, Otley and Burnley

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21: 17 Oct: Craven Conservation Group Talk:
Catherine Mercer from YDMT on the Bee Together Project.
The project aims to connect communities and landscapes to reverse the decline
of wild pollinators, and in particular wild bees.   The project involves
co-ordinating  and delivering capital works and activity-based projects along
the B-line from Lancaster to Leeds.

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22: Tue 22 Oct: Tuesday October 22 – One World Week  – location Catholic
Church Hall.   

Come and share Soup & Pudding followed by speakers:
         AFFORDABLE/SOCIAL HOUSING
Bill Bewley, Keswick Community Housing Trust
Sophie Michelena, Locality, supporting Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust:
Dales Community Housing Project   
in St Mary & St Michael Church Hall, Tillman Close Settle BD24 9RA
Tuesday 22nd October 6.15 for 6.30
ALL WELCOME to this important event
Book if possible: Alison Tyas 01729 822677
   Organised by the Justice& Peace Group, Churches Together in Settle and
District: Secretary Sally Waterson 07753 618381   
LOAF: the food used will all be at least one of:
Locally Sourced, Organically Grown, Animal Friendly, Fairly Traded

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23: Tue 5 Nov: Coffee Morning at St John’s Church Settle in aid of Rainforest Fund.

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24: 9 Nov : YNU (Yorkshire Naturalist Union AGM – Whitby) www.ynu.org.uk

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