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1. I am sending this out now so I can get another advert in for the Lichens, Mosses and Flowers workshops at Ingleton on Saturday 24 May .. and my Flowers of the Settle Carlisle Line Talk in the evening.-

2. CCG members please see June 7 where the details for the Scout Scar Meeting have changed slightly from what is written in our Newsletters.

3. I’d also like to highlight the Churches Together visit to Fairfield Eco-house at Burton in Lonsdale on 2 June – that is a new event.

Art Crafts and flowers display at Ingleton church 10am-6pm  And a tour of Margaret Wilding’s Garden.

More details on these lower down. In fact I’ll paste a list of all the
OGUG events at the end

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1a-e. There is masses on at Ingleton 24-26 May www.ogug.co.uk
1f. 24 May 7.30pm Organ recitals at Settle Parish Church
http://www.cravenherald.co.uk/news/11233831.Church_launches_new_series_of_organ_recitals/?ref=var_0
2. Sat 24h May,Family Fun Evening – Austwick Parish Hall 7.30pm.
3. Sun 25 May, Austwick Music Evening

4. Mon 26 May Austwick Cuckoo Festival and Street Market!
http://www.austwick.org and gwen@cleverly.co.uk
5.1 June 14:00       Globeflower Walk – CCG Event
6. Mon 2 June  6.30pm – visit to Fairfield “Eco-House” Burton in Lonsdale – organised by Churches Together in Settle and District

7. Wed 4 June:  Econite –  7pm  Settle – Royal Oak
8. 7 June – Craven conservation Group Trip to Scout Scar near Kendal.
As there is a Cumbria Wildlife Trust visit to Scout Scar
the same day we have decided to join forces.
9. 8 June Churches Together Pentecost event in the afternoon.

10. Wed 11 June Settle Justice and Peace Group 7.30pm Friends
Meeting House
11. Sun 15 June: Messy Church – Trip to Malham Tarn:  Walk – pond dipping – picnic – and fun – likely to be setting off at about 2.30pm
12. 26 June Scottish Dance Party (Regular classes have stopped over summer)

13 Zion Congregational Church Settle:- each 3rd Sun at 10.45am –
15 June         198th ‘Founders Day’ Mr Nigel Wilson
20 July         Mrs Jane Mansergh
17 August       Mr Peter McCabe
14. 10am-3:30pm  Thursday 17th July – Airton Meeting House- Making Space -retreat
15. 31 July Scottish Dance Party (Regular classes have stopped over summer)

16. Richard Whinray runs guided walks of Settle on “Tot Lord Local History Town Trail” last Thurs in July and every Thurs in August 6.30pm-8.15pm.
17. Craven Speakers Club have stopped for the summer break – so think about coming next season – 8 Sept  www.craven-speakers.org.uk

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1a. Sat 24 May: 10am-12pm  First Steps in Lichen Identification at Ingleton Churchyard. Workshop led by Judith Allinson as part ofIngleton Overground Underground Festival.There will be an indoor session first introducing you to the structure of lichens and showing some lichens brought in on twigs. . Then we will test the newly written Lichen Trail around the churchyard. Handlenses provided. Booking advisable:- 01729 82213801729 822138. Adults £5-00, children £1-00 (includes cup of tea and handouts)

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1b. Sat 24 May: 2pm-4pm Beginners Mosses for All – Chapel le Dale Churchyard. If you would like transport from Ingleton meet at the Community Centre at 1.30pm. This workshop for absolute beginners is part of the Ingleton Overground Underground Festival. Hand lenses available for loan and handouts provided. Booking adviable:- 01729 82213801729 822138. Cost: Adults: £10.00, Children £1-00. (CCG members contact Judith to ask about discount)

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1c. Sat 24 May: 6pm-7pm Wildflowers of Ingleton Churchyard. See the delightful book “Wildflowers of the Ingleton churchyards” written and illustrated by Doris Cairns. she will lead a walk round the churchyard to find examples of the flowers. followed by light refreshments. Free. (donations) Part of the Ingleton Overground Underground Festival.

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1d. Sat 24 May: 7.00  for 7.30 to 8.45 pm Flowers of the Settle Carlisle Line Illustrated talk. at Ingleton Church. given by Judith allinson. This is another opportunity to see this popular presentation – concentrating on Flowers Growing in the area between Hellifield and Dent Station. (but any of these flowers grow around Ingleton too) Judith took part in the appeal to keep the Settle Carlisle line open in the 1980s. Craven Conservation Group had permission from British Rail then to carry out a botanical survey of part of the line. So there will be a little memorabilia from the period too.Part of the Ingleton Overground Underground Festival.

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1e Margaret Wilding’s Garden

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1f 24 May 7.30pm
Organ recitals at Settle Parish Church
http://www.cravenherald.co.uk/news/11233831.Church_launches_new_series_of_organ_recitals/?ref=var_0
Paul Fisher will introduce the music and play some of his favourites and other pieces will be performed by Tim Raymond (Bolton Abbey), Jason Lowe (Giggleswick Chapel and formerly Manchester Cathedral) and Graham Toft (Settle Parish Church).

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2. Austwick events http://www.austwick.org and gwen@cleverly.co.uk

Sat 24h May, a Family Fun Evening will be held in Austwick Parish Hall from 7.30pm.  There will be a quiz, games, pie and peas supper and a licensed bar and tickets (£5 per adult, £1 per child) will be available to purchase from Austwick Post Office.

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3. Sun 25 May, Austwick Music Evening will be held at the Jubilee Playing Fields from 6pm.  This family-friendly, free social evening will feature live musical performances from the Rocking Cuckoos, Heather and Guy (www.facebook.com/bettolina.music), Confederation Orchestra and The Moonbeams (www.themoonbeams.co.uk).  There will be a licensed bar and this is an outdoor event so bring suitable clothing.

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4.  Mon 26 May Austwick Cuckoo Festival and Street Market!

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5.  1 June 14:00       Globeflower Walk – CCG Event
Join Michael Southworth exploring the side of Ingleborough at the peak time for these wonderful flowers. Meet at Ribblehead Quarry SD767 788 for a 3 mile walk over rocky and uneven ground but without difficult gradients to overcome. For further details contact Michael on 07415 60613007415 606130.

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6. Mon 2 June  6.30pm – visit to Fairfield “Eco-House” Burton in Lonsdale – organised by Churches Together in Settle and District – Jacob’s Join Picnic. Chat. Tour of house. possible Eco-discussion.
Meet at Settle swimming Pool Car Park to share lifts at 6pm:-
Details:
http://rainforest-save.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/visit-to-eco-house-burton-in-lonsdale-2.html

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7. Wed 4 June:  Econite –  7pm  Settle – Royal Oak

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8. 7 June – Craven conservation Group trip to Scout Scar near Kendal.
As there is a Cumbria Wildlife Trust visit to Scout Scar the same day we have decided to join forces.

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9. 8 June – Churches Together in Settle Pentecost event in the afternoon.
Look out for news of this.

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10. Wed 11 June Settle Justice and Peace Group 7.30pm Friends Meeting House – includes a talk by Poppy Wilks of Christian Aid whos has recently returned from Columbia

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11. Sun 15 June: Messy Church – Trip to Malham Tarn:  Walk – pond dipping – picnic – and fun – likely to be setting off at about 2.30pm

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12. 26 June
Settle Scottish Dancing: Classes have closed for the summer.
There will be two summer “party nights/classes” on last Thursdays in June and July: 26 June, 31 July, then classes recommence 11 Sept
St John’s Methodist Hall, Settle

www.settle-scottish-dancing.org.uk

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13.  Zion Congregational Church Settle:- each 3rd Sun at 10.45am –
15 June         198th ‘Founders Day’ Mr Nigel Wilson
20 July         Mrs Jane Mansergh
17 August       Mr Peter McCabe

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14. 17 July – Making Space 10am-3:30pm  Thursday 17th July
Airton Meeting House

Sometimes we just need a quiet space, away from our everyday world,  to help us settle down and really experience the Divine.  We invite you to join us for a short retreat day

You may use the time as you wish, but some simple activities to assist  focus and concentration will be on offer. This day will be suitable for anyone of any faith or none
For more information, please contact  Floe Shakespeare on 01729 83026301729 830263,  Rev Michael Jackson on 01729 83014401729 830144 or  Rev Janet Clasper  on 01756 75260701756 752607
Please let us know if you plan to join us as places will be limited
There will no charge, though a donation to cover the cost of the day would be welcome

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15. 31 July
Settle Scottish Dancing: Classes have closed for the summer.
There will be two summer “party nights/classes” on last Thursdays in June and July: 26 June, 31 July, then classes recommence 11 Sept
St John’s Methodist Hall, Settle

www.settle-scottish-dancing.org.uk

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16. Richard Whinray runs guided walks of Settle on the theme  “Tot Lord Local History Town Trail” These will start on the last Thursday in July and every Thursday in August 6.30pm-8.15pm. If in the mean time small groups are interested in a tour of Settle, then contact Richard on 01524242414. £4-00 per person, proceeds to Oxfam.

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17. Craven Speakers Club have stopped for the summer break – so think about coming next season – 8 Sept  www.craven-speakers.org.uk
Learn tips for speaking effectively. It will improve your effectiveness, whatever you do. We welcome new members 01719 822138

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Other Events:

http://www.settle.org.uk/vibrantsettle/
http://www.settleswimmingpool.co.uk/Timetable.htm
http://www.settle.org.uk/
http://www.settledistrictu3a.org.uk/
http://www.forestofbowland.com/files/uploads/festival_bowland2014.pdf
http://www.northcravenheritage.org.uk/EVENTS/F/NCHT/home.html
www.ogug.co.uk
http://www.ynu.org.uk/events

4)  Yorkshire Naturalists Union – www.ynu.org.uk

If you do not wish to receive News E-mails about events in the Settle
Area, please let me know.

Best wishes from Judith

A list of the OGUG events – many are repeated over the weekend. see www.ogug.co.uk for details of times

Buggy Walk with Ingleton Playgroup
Indoor Bouldering Competition
Developing your Compass Skills
Alphabet Trail
Ingleborough DaleDelicious Trail
Skipton Embroiderer’s Guild
Art, Craft and Flowers at St Marys Church
Margaret Wilding’s Open Garden
Kevin Brown’s Open Studio
First Steps in Lichen Investigation
Cave Rescue Organisation Trailer
Den Building
Tea/Coffee with Scouts
OGUG What Next?
Westhouse Walk in the Parish of Thornton in Lonsdale
Know Tying with Cave Rescue
Wombling Walks
Beginners Mosses for All
Messy Church Creation
Wild Flowers of Ingleton Churchyard
Wild Flowers of the Settle to Carlisle Line
“The Best of Kendal” Film Night
Air Bag with Escape
Trial Demos with Ben Slinger
Search and Rescue Dogs Demonstration
Film night at Bernie’s Café
Introduction to Caving
Rock Rainbow
Wildlife walk in Kingsdale
Mountain Bike Orienteering
Archaeology in Action
Stories in Stone Talk

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