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Settle and District Marie Curie News – June 2014

Dance the night away – 2 great opportunities for ballroom and sequence dancing

7 June and 5 July – at St Matthew and St Michael Parish Hall in Settle from 20.00 until 23.30 – Tickets are only £5 including refreshments– available from Helen Reid on 01729 82403801729 824038

Blooming Great Tea Parties – Please support these if you can;

Saturday 28 June in Long Preston – 10.00-14.00 – signs to the venue from Magna Books

Saturday 26 July in Settle – 10.00- 16.00 at 30 Sandholme Close

If you prefer to organise your own you can register on the website; www.mariecurie.org.uk/register/blooming-great-tea-party-registration.aspx

Walk Ten – there are a series of sponsored evening 10km walks around the region for the active ones amongst you.  Details and registration forms can be found at www.mariecurie.org.uk/WalkTenGDA.  We are hoping to get a Settle team together for the event at Harewood House in Leeds on Saturday 23 August so if you would like to join us please contact Kath Metcalfe on kathmetcalfe1@aol.com or Mike Bridgman on michaellbridgman@aol.com.

Three Peaks Challenge – Saturday 21 June 2014

As part of your training for the Walk Ten events you could register for the Three Peaks event by going to www.mariecurie.org.uk/en-GB/events/uk-mountain-challenges/Yorkshire-Three-Peaks/ – Not for the faint-hearted!

Please do your best to support one or more of the events – your contributions really matter!

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