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Local Information and Events 15th July

1. Fri 15 July: Swimming with Debbie Mahonnie – Settle Pool 12.00
2. Sun 17 July:  Messy Church: 3-30pm St John’s Church, Settle
3. 18-22 July: Parcevall Hall: Eco-theme event + day visitors

4. Tue 12 July: 9.30am: Slimming World – Victoria Hall
7pm: Slimming World – Victoria Hall
5. Wed 20 July: Amnesty Int Letter writing: Friends Meeting House, Settle
6. Sat 23 July: Raptor: Readings & Moonbeams music: The Folly,Settle, 7pm

7. Wed- Thur 3,4 Aug – Settle Holiday Club at St John’s Church
8. 5-8 Aug: Rushes, Sedges  at Malham Tarn with by Judith Allinson
9.  5 Aug Gala Night http://settlestories.org.uk/gala Vic Hall 6.30

10. Sat 6 Aug  Bioblitz at Broadrake Farm nr Ribblehead
11. Sat 20 Aug: YNU – Ingleborough Field Visit –
12. 20 Aug Langcliffe Show
13. 12 Sept: Craven Speakers Club – Skipton  7.40pm

Also see links at the end to Flowers of the Dales, Vibrant Settle, Forest
of Bowland and Ingleborough Overground Underground Events calendars

— EVENTS IN DETAIL   —

1. Fri 15 July: Swimming with Debbie Mahonnie – Settle Pool 12.00
£5-00

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2. Sun 17 July:  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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3. 18-22 July: Parcevall Hall
“Hope for our Planet”- Eco-theme – Christians Aware Summer School
See programme here:
http://www.christiansaware.co.uk/Summer_School16.html
You can attend for day sessions. or evening sessions.
Bees, Antarctic, Fountains Abbey, Scargill, and much more

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4. Tue 12 July: 9.30am: Slimming World – Victoria Hall
7pm: Slimming World – Victoria Hall

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5. Wed 20 July: Amnesty Int Letter writing: Friends Meeting House, Settle
Call in between 5pm and 8pm. All welcome
(Note no meeting in August)

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6.  Sat 23 Jul Raptor: 7pm: at The Folly
An evening of readings from the book “Raptor” by James Macdonald
Lockhart, and music with  Ben Avison and The Moonbeams.

James Macdonald Lockhart explores all fifteen breeding birds of prey on these
shores. Lockhart is an associate editor of and regular contributor to
Archipelago magazine.  Raptor is his first book and it received a Royal
Society of Literature Jerwood Award for Non-Fiction in 2011.  Tickets £4
(includes a glass of wine) from The Folly,  Dales Angels or
ann.shadrake@yds.org.uk or 01729 840382

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7. Wed- Thur 3,4 Aug – Settle Holiday Club at St John’s Church
Crafts Games – Activities – Stories from the Bible
– Lunch provided –  10 – 3pm each day  BD24 9 JH
Free for children aged 5 – 11
Details  01729 822311
Organised by: Churches Together in Settle and District

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8. 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
Remember there are other courses at Malham Tarn too.
http://www.field-studies-council.org/centres/malhamtarn.aspx

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9.  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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10. 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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11. 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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12. 20 Aug Langcliffe Show

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13. 12 Sept Craven Speakers Club – Skipton  7.40pm
Skipton: Alt Mondays. First Meeting this autumn.
Put your name down to reserve a place this autumn.
We  meet at the Soroptimists Rooms, 28 Otley St Skipton, BD23 1EW on
alternate  Mondays in Autumn and Spring and are a supportive
friendly  group. Many people say “I wish I had attended a Speakers Club
at  the  beginning of my career.”
01535-652915 Info@craven-speakers.org.uk

Useful for:
Business, Academic or School presentations;
Wedding speeches; Committee meetings;
General confidence and .. A fun evening out!;

www.craven-speakers.org.uk
www.meetup.com/Craven-Speakers-Club-Meetup
http://www.twitter.com/CravenSpeakers @CravenSpeakers

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See many Settle July 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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