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Local Settle News on Events by Judith

1. 1-30 June – Do something wild – outside – every day in June
2. Sat 18 June Bioblitz at Higher Westhouse – Help Roger and
Liz Neale record as much wildlife as possible in their delightful garden.
3. Sun 19 June: Settle Hills Race organised by Settle Harriers

4. Sun 19 June:  Messy Church: Afternoon Picnic at Malham Tarn
5. Mon 20 June:  “Exciting Plans for the Folly” 3pm-8pm
6. Tue 21 June: 9am: Slimming World – Victoria Hall
7pm: Slimming World – Victoria Hall

7. Tue 21: Coffee Mornings at:
St John’s Methodist Church
Friends Meeting House (Traidcraft Goods)
Settle Parish Church (also midday good lunches for £4.50)

8. Wed 22 June Sedbergh – Botanical Recording
9. Wed 22 June: Beacon Annual Walk for Justice. Bradford
10. 25 June: Death Cafe: 10 to 12 in Friends Meeting House

11. Fri 24 -Mon 27 June One third of British Sedges in three days
12. 7 July Summer SupperTalk on Nepal. St John’s Church
13. 5 Aug Gala Night http://settlestories.org.uk/gala

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EVENTS IN DETAIL:

1. 1-30 June – Do something wild every day in June (well something
outside) Will any of you join in trying this challenge?
http://www.mywildlife.org.uk/30days

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2. Sat 18 June – 10.30 – 16.30 – Bioblitz at Higher Westhouse – Help
Roger and Liz Neale record as much wildlife as possible in their
delightful garden. Drop in when you like, drinks provided but please
being a picnic. Please call Roger and Liz if you are going. They are
at Higher Westhouse, SD678742. Turn right off the A65 (from Settle) by
the bus stop. Parking at the house or road nearby.
www.craven-conservation.org.uk
Drinks provided but bring own picnic. Give Liz and Roger a ring if you
are coming ( 015242 41155.). Bring own lens if you have one and
binoculars for the birds. You don’t have to be an expert.. you can
learn from others, and help them find things.

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3. Sun 19 June: Settle Hills Race organised by Settle Harriers
http://www.settleharriers.org/SettleHillsRace.php

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4. Sun 19 June:  Messy Church: Afternoon Picnic at Malham Tarn –
please book – 01729 825285.

‘on safari’ at National Trust Malham Tarn
enjoy the outdoors & a picnic leave St John’s Church Hall,
Settle at 2.30pm. Please phone 01729 825285 or 07740 493863,
email: edithd@abtsound.co.uk to book your seat.
Suggest you wear tough clothing and sensible shoes or wellies.
There is no charge for coming to Messy Church, however there
will be opportunity to give a donation towards transport &
catering costs if you wish.

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5. Mon 20 June:  Drop in to hear about “Exciting Plans for the Folly”
3pm-8pm

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6. Tue 21 June: 9am: Slimming World – Victoria Hall
7pm: Slimming World – Victoria Hall

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7. Tue 21: Coffee Mornings at:
St John’s Methodist Church
Friends Meeting House (Traidcraft Goods)
Settle Parish Church (also midday good lunches for £4.50)

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8. Wed 22 June – 10.30- Sedbergh – Botanical Recording Contact Mike
Canaway for details on 01729 823808.

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9. Wed 22 June: Beacon Annual Walk for Justice. Bradford Ecumenical
Asylum Concern  – Sponsored Walk http://www.beaconbradford.org/wfj
Start: 9.30am, Centenary Square (leaving at 10am prompt), Bradford.
End: 4pm (approx.), Waterside Court, Kirkstall Road, Leeds.
Length: 10miles

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10.  25 June: Death Cafe: 10 to 12 in Friends Meeting House as usual.
There will be a break until September after this next one.
You are welcome to stay for as long or as little time as you wish.
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  elizadear@phonecoop.coop

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11:  Fri 24 -Mon 27 June
One third of British Sedges in three days
http://www.field-studies-council.org/individuals-and-families/courses/2016/mt/one-third-of-british-sedges-in-three-days-59433.aspx
http://www.field-studies-council.org/media/2594572/one-third-of-british-sedges-in-three-days.pdf

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12: The World Church Summer Supper – Thur 7 July 7pm
St John’s Church, Settle:-  Martin and Katrina Butterworth will talk
about their 20 years medical work in Nepal. £10. Please book your ticket.
webeditor@settle-methodists.org.uk

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13. Aug Gala Night http://settlestories.org.uk/gala
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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Environmental Apprenticeship Scheme
Aged 16 to 24? Get paid to work in the great outdoors! Yorkshire Dales
Millennium Trust is looking for enthusiastic people to join two
exciting new  programmes as Apprentices.
015242 51002     apply  by 1 July  http://www.ydmt.org/apprenticeships

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