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Pie Club !

SILENCE is golden and when quiet descended – apart from the scratching of knife and fork on plate – something special was happening at the Age UK North Craven Pavilion Pie Club.
One Monday lunchtime this winter, club members tucked into a Lamb and Mint pie from Stanforth Butchers in Skipton.

It turned out to be the Pie Club’s Holy Grail – met with unanimous acclaim and duly awarded the “golden” maximum mark to top the Pie Chart.
Now into its third year, the pie club meets fortnightly on Mondays in   the Settle Cricket Club pavilion (next meeting February 9), and is aimed at older men in the community.
We are looking for volunteers to help Day Activities organiser Richard Daniels at the club.

It’s a chance for all to enjoy the camaraderie of past days, read the daily newspapers and pool our knowledge to complete a crossword or quiz. There’s also the opportunity to play pool or darts.
But at the heart of each meeting is the pie tasting and marking – the quest for perfection enclosed in pastry.

At £4 per session, pie-and-peas for lunch plus a half of ale/lager or cider (tea, coffee or a soft drink is available) is included.
If you are interested in joining the club you can contact Richard at Age UK North Craven in Settle on Settle (01729 823066) or via email:
The same details apply if you are interested in volunteering to help out at the club.

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