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Settle Events News 16th April

This is a short version to includes special
NOTES FOR TODAY:

1. Give  your  question to John Diggles by today (Thursday)
by 6pm for the Settle “Meet our Candidate MPs”
evening on Friday (Tomorrow). And come tomorrow.
2. Look out old stuff to get rid of at the
Settle Bring and Take Day on Sat 25 April
3.  Note  location  change  of  Big Breakfast on Sat,
(speaker: the Head at Giggleswick School);
the Catholic Hall Settle
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1. Thursday 16th April – The Royal Oak Settle
1a: morning – 9.15.for 9.30 Advanced Social Media Strategy
1b: afternoon – Online Advertising

2.. Thur 16 April GIGGLESWICK PARK FIT – Serious circuits FOR GIRLS –
6pm Giggleswick Park
3. Thur 16 Apr: Scottish Dancing 7.30pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle

4.  Fri 17 Apr: 12.20pm Swimming training – Debbie’s Session –
5:  Fri  17  Apr:  “Meet your next MP” St John’s Methodist  Church,
6.  Fri   17  Apr Settle Sessions: (Poetry) 7.30pm The Folly Settle,

7. Sat 18 April 8.30am Settle Big Bkfast- Settle Cath Ch Hall
8. Sun 19 Apr: 19th April. Eco service and unveiling of the new Ecocongregation plaque. St
Mary’s Ingleton 10.30am
9. Sun  19 Apr Settle Messy Church 3.30pm-5.30pm. Fun for families.

10. Mon 20 April Craven Speakers Club:  Skipton – Speech Competition
11. Tue 21 Apr: Swimfix 8pm Settle Pool
12. Sat 25 Apr: Give and Take Day Victoria Hall

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1.  Thursday  16th  April  –  morning – Advanced Social Media Strategy
9.15 for 9.30am
afternoon – Online Advertising
run  by  North  Craven  Networking  but all eligible to attend £25 per
halfday session

These  can  all  be  booked  through  the calendar on the North Craven
Networking Group events page
http://www.northcravennetworking.co.uk/events
http://www.northcravennetworking.co.uk/event/facebook-business-wordpress-training-settle/
or  through the eventbrite page   which   has   info   for   all   our
meetings  and  workshops
http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/north-craven-networking-2995497725

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2.. Thur 16 April GIGGLESWICK PARK FIT – Serious circuits FOR GIRLS –
WEEKLY  6-7pm.  £5  meet  on the Bankwell Road side of the field!
Kids  play  at  the  park  whilst  you  feel  the burn…what could be
easier?!  Tyre  flipping,  boxing  pads,  tackle  bags, a great stress
reliever that’s for sure. Jill Eccleston <jilleccleston@hotmail.co.uk>

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3. Thur 16 Apr: Scottish Dancing 7.30pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle
Beginners  welcome.  You  don’t need a partner. Good music, exercise,
fun, laughter and it keeps the brain cells working hard. Do try it.
www.scottish-dancing-lakes-dales-lancs.org.uk
www.settle-scottish-dancing.org.uk
Every   Thursday until end of April. Then Summer bbreak  Do  come.  It
is such a privilege to have a class in  Settle.

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4.  Fri 17 Apr: 12.20pm Swimming training – Debbie’s Session –
£5-00 –
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5:    Fri  17  Apr:  Election  Hustings. St John’s Methodist  Church,
Settle.  Come  and  see  our  candidates  for  the  General  Election.
Questions should be submitted to John Diggles beforehand, by Thursday
(today). johnd@abtsound.co.uk

Settle:
Meet your next MP
General Election Forum
Fri 17 April 2015 – 7:00 –9:00 pm
At St John’s Methodist Church Settle BD24 9JG

The  5  main  party  Parliamentary  candidates  for  Skipton  &  Ripon
Constituency have accepted our invitation to attend:

Jacqueline Bell (Liberal Democrat)
Malcolm Birks (Labour)
Andy Brown (Green Party)
Alan Henderson (UKIP)
Julian Smith (Conservative)

Questions to be submitted by 6:00pm Thursday 16th April to:
CTiSaD Chair; John Diggles, email: johnd@abtsound.co.uk
3 Mainsfield Rise, Giggleswick BD24 0EE
Please contact John for a submission form

Everyone Welcome

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6.   Fri   17  Apr Settle Sessions: (Poetry) 7.30pm The Folly Settle,
tickets £6 (£5.50 members) see www.settlesessions.co.uk

The first of the events in 2015 will feature 2 prize winning poets and
writers.
Carole  Bromley  teaches  Creative Writing at York University. Some of
her  poems  have appeared iin Poetry Review, Magma, Rialto, The North,
Interpreter’s  House,  Poetry  News,  Ink  Sweat  and Tears. Her first
collection,  A  Guided  Tour  of  the  Ice  House  (Smith/Doorstop was
published  in 2011. Carole won the first prizes in Bridport, Yorkshire
Open, Torbay, Bronte Society Literary Competitions, and will be juding
the York Poetry Competition this year.
Carole  Coates’  most  recent  publication  is a pamphlet called Crazy
Days,  published  by Wayleave Press in November 2014.  Carol Ann Duffy
said  of  it  “Crazy Days is stunningly, beautifully, heart-breakingly
marvellous.   It’s  one of the best things I’ve read all year.” Carole
has  had  three  poetry  collections  and  will  have  her first novel
published  in  2016. She was given a Yorkshire Arts Award for an early
poetry  sequence.  She  won  the Nottingham Open Poetry Prize in 2011.
She  lives in Lancaster where she helps to run The April Poets, and is
a member of Sixfold, a reading and performance group.

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7. Sat 18 April 2015, 8.30am Settle Big Breakfast

Speaker: Mark Turnbull –  Headmaster at Giggleswick School.
Regular ‘Big Breakfasters’ please note the change of venue.
It is at the Catholic Church Hall
Please book your places by Thurs 16 April or you may go hungry !
Coffee & tea are available from 8.15am, breakfast & talk over by 9.30am.
£3.00  01729 825285 to book your place at the Settle Big Breakfast

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8.  19th  April.  Eco service and unveiling of the new Ecocongregation
plaque. St   Mary’s Ingleton 10.30am

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9.  Sun  19 Apr Messy Church 3.30pm-5.30pm. Fun for families.

Fun,  Crafts,  Celebration,hot   food  for Families. For people of all
churches  and  none.  St  John’s  Church  Hall, Settle.   Do  come and
try it.

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10. Mon 20 April Craven Speakers Club:  Skipton

Speech  competition.  This  is  a  special  annual  event when as many
members  as  wish give a 6-8 min speech. The winner will go forward to
the area competition next Autumn.

7.40pm Skipton  www.craven-speakers.org.uk

ALSO: https://www.streetlife.com/page/craven-speakers-club/

http://www.meetup.com/Craven-Speakers-Club-Meetup

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11. Tue 21 Apr: Swimfix 8pm Settle Pool
(You should be able to swim at least 6-10 lengths to start with)
Trainer: Andy Mouncey  . £5-50.

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12. Sat 25 April Give and Take Day Victoria Hall.

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If  you  do  not  wish  to receive these “Events around Settle” emails
please let me know.
I  always  say  April  16 (-17th)  is  the  day  the  buds  of  the trees
(well sycamore trees) start to break up here at Settle.
http://rainforest-save.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/sycamore-buds-will-not-open-till-16th.html
They are a bit later this year than last year. I will go out land look
for them breaking today.

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