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Settle Events – October 4th

 

1. 3-5 Oct Ingleton Folk Festival http://www.ingletonfolk.co.uk/
2. Sat 4 Oct: “Let’s talk about us” Personal Development Talk at
Victoria  Hall,
3. Sat 4 Oct 2-6pm 10th Anni. Celeb of Friends Meeting House Extension

4. 10-12 Oct – Settle Stories: lots of events – for a FULL LIST see
the end of this email
5. Mon 6 Oct Craven Speakers Club  Skipton 7.40pm
6. Mon 6 Oct Settle Photographic Group  Talk 7.30pm

7. Tue 7 Oct; MacMillan Coffee Morning at St John’s Church Settle
7a. Tue 8 ,17, 22 Oct:  Internet Help:  run by Age UK -at Settle
College from 12.25 – 2.15. details 01729 823066
8. Thur 9 Oct Settle Scottish Dancing  7.30pm
9. Fri 10 Oct. Supper at Bentham Methodist Church – visit to the
Circuit by the Bishop of Multan (in Pakistan) 7pm

10. 12 Oct: Closing date for the SETTLE CIRCUIT HYMN COMPETITION
11.  Mon 13 Oct 2pm Mothers Union Meeting at Horton in Ribblesdale:
“Looking at Lichens” talk and if fine, walk in churchyard. Led by
Judith Allinson
12. Mon 13 Oct  19.30 Townhead Court, Settle Craven Conservation Group
Talk on Tiritiri Matangi Island – Conservation in New Zealand

13. 18 Oct: Cantores Salicium  at Kirby Malham church to sing: Mozart
Requiem and works by Victoria, Byrd etc. 7.30pm
14. 19 Oct Settle “Messy Church”  3.30-5.30 pm St John’s Church Hall
One World week theme: Living differently – the man who built a bigger
barn. Crafts, Celebration and hot meal. Fun for families and everyone.

15. Mon 20 Oct Craven Speakers Club, Skipton
16. Tue 21 Oct: Churches Together in Settle  AGM 7pm Friends Meeting
House, Settle
17. 23 Oct: Forest Church – One Day intro at Skipton

18. 23 Oct: One World Week Meal and Talk 6.30 for 6.45p.m.
Living Differently: Breaking Chains & Making Change
19. Fri 24 Prayer Vigil for Peace at Settle Parish Church
led by Rev Stephen Dawson.  Everyone welcome
20. Wed 29 Oct Craven Conservation Group Fungus Foray
10.30 – 15.30 – Meet at Settle Swimming Pool.

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E V E N T S  I N  D E T A I L

1. 3-5 Oct Ingleton Folk Festival http://www.ingletonfolk.co.uk/

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2. Sat 4 Oct: “Let’s talk about us” Personal Development Talk at
Victoria  Hall, Settle BD24 9DZ 2-4pm free admission.
www.livingtalks.org
A holistic – existential consideration for the four
dimensions of living as a human-being.
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Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom.
Mastering others is strength, mastering yourself is true power.’’ !

Counsellor, published author and  workshop leader Eli Keen invites you
to a Personal Development Talk. 07833 493887

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3. Sat 4 Oct 2.00-6.00pm Tea cakes and Chat to celebrate the 10th
anniversary of the Friends Meeting House extension

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4. 10-12 Oct – Settle Stories: lots of events – for a full list see
the end of this email  http://www.settlestories.org.uk/festival

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5. Mon 6 Oct Craven Speakers Club Evaluation Competition, Skipton
www.craven-speakers.org.uk

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6. Mon 6 Oct Settle Photographic Group  Talk on Composition in
Photography. Townhead Court 7.30pm
http://www.settlephotos.org/programme/

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7. Tue 7 Oct; Coffee Morning at St John’s Church, Settle in aid of
MacMillan 10am-midday.

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7a. Tue 8 ,17, 22 Oct:  Internet Help:  run by Age UK -at Settle
College from 12.25 – 2.15. details 01729 823066   Sharing internet and
Computer Skills between the generations.
sbradley@ageuknorthcraven.org.uk
If you know someone who needs help do tell them about this.

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8. Thur 9 Oct Settle Scottish Dancing – class at St John’s Church
Hall

www.settle-scottish-dancing.org.uk

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9. Fri 10 Oct. Jacob’s Join Supper (Bring and Share) at Bentham
Methodist Church – visit to the Circuit by the Bishop of Multan (in
Pakistan) 7pm

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10. 12 Oct: Closing date for the SETTLE CIRCUIT HYMN COMPETITION theme
this year is “Peace and Justice”  first prize £150 – Closing date: 12
Oct
http://settle-methodists.org.uk/ Could you write some hymn words
to a well known hymn tune?

Do have a go – They would love to have some more entries

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11.  Mon 13 Oct 2pm    Langcliffe with Stainforth and Horton in
Ribblesdale Mothers’ Union Meeting: Led by Judith Allinson:
“Looking at Lichens, especially the Lichens of Horton
Churchyard.”  to be held at Horton Church.

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12. Mon 13 Oct  19.30 Townhead Court, Settle. Craven Conservation Group

Tiritiri Matangi Island – a model of conservation in New Zealand
Illustrated talk by Mike Hall of Cumbria Wildlife Trust. At Townhead
Court (across the road from Townhead Surgery) in Settle, entrance £3
for non-members and £1 for members. All welcome.

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13. 18 Oct: Cantores Salicium  at Kirby Malham church to sing: Mozart
Requiem and works by Victoria, Byrd etc. 7.30pm We are very pleased
(and honoured) to have organist Nicholas O’Neill coming up from London
to play. Director: Lindy Williams. tickets at door includes interval
drink for church funds. parking in adjacent field.

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14. 19 Oct Settle “Messy church”  3.30-5.30 pm St John’s Church Hall
One World week theme: Living differently – the man who built a bigger
barn. Crafts, Celebration and hot meal.

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15. Mon 20 Oct Craven Speakers Club, Skipton
www.craven-speakers.org.uk 7.40pm. Ordinary Meeting. come and see
what happens.

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16. Tue 21 Oct: Churches Together in Settle and District AGM 7pm
Friends Meeting House, Settle

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17. 23 Oct  Forest Church: One Day Intro at Skipton:  with
Bruce Stanley of Mid Wales Forest Church.  http://bit.ly/Z2NnrE
http://www.westyorkshiredales.anglican.org/?q=content/forest-church-comes-skipton

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18. 23 Oct: One World Week Meal and Talk 6.30 for 6.45p.m.
Living Differently: Breaking Chains & Making Change
Come along and enjoy A simple meal, Locally & ethically sourced
Followed by an informative talk by Ben Oldham(OG) from CAFOD
St Mary & St Michael Church Hall, Tillman Close, Settle

ALL VERY WELCOME
Please BOOK to help catering( state if vegetarian etc) :-
phone Alison Tyas 822313
Organised by the Justice & Peace group, part of Churches Together
in Settle and District, for our local community
FOR ONE WORLD WEEK www.ctisad.org.uk
NO CHARGE
Donations welcome
One World Week meal and talk.
The group organising the meal is looking for donations of fruit and
vegetables for the meal.   Offers please to:
Alison Tyas   01729 822313
Christine Yates   01729 822690
Jane Young  015242 51209
Maggie McSherry  015242 51500
If your offer is accepted, we will arrange when and where to collect it
Booking is essential if you want to be sure of a meal.  Book by phone
with Alison or email alisontyas@gmail.com

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19. Fri 24 Oct Churches Together in Settle and District
Justice and Peace group Prayer Vigil for Peace
Based on Blackburn Cathedral’s Interfaith Service
10am Friday 24 October at Settle Parish Church
led by Rev Stephen Dawson Everyone welcome

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20. Wed 29 Oct Craven Conservation Group Fungus Foray
www.craven-conservation-group.org.uk
10.30 – 15.30
Join Archie Macadam and Jane Rushworth for a morning fungal foray,
followed by an afternoon identification session at St Johns Hall,
Settle. Meet at Settle swimming pool. For further details call Jane on
01729 825997 or email jane@rushworth.com

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More events at:-
www.settleharriers.org – (Men’s Women’s and Junior Sections)
www.settleswimmingpool.co.uk/Timetable.htm

http://www.settle.org.uk/vibrantsettle/ lots of events
http://www.settle.org.uk/category/local-news/
http://www.settledistrictu3a.org.uk/
http://www.forestofbowland.com/files/uploads/festival_bowland2014.pdf
http://www.northcravenheritage.org.uk/EVENTS/F/NCHT/home.html
http://www.ynu.org.uk/events

Settle Stories Events:

Voyage – mapping a way through stories and poems
Friday, 10 October 2014 – 7:15pm Settle Victoria Hall

From the imagined seascape in Homer’s Odyssey to Journeys from the
Scottish Isles, ‘Voyage’ is an unforgettable experience of music,
traditional songs, poetry and stunning digital images. ‘Voyage’ is
performed by storyteller Ian Stephen,  alongside musician/sound artist
Giles Perring, traditional singer Kirsty Law, and visual artist
Christine Morrison.

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Holy Moly & the Crackers  Friday,
10 October 2014 – 9:30pm   Settle Victoria Hall

Get your dancing shoes on! With their folky, waltz-y fun (they call it
Circus Folk), this punky, fiddle flying, Cajun dancing group will
captivate your heart with their rousing hoe-downs.

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We’re all storytellers now  Saturday, 11 October 2014 – 11:30am
Settle Victoria Hall

What do we mean by storytelling in the 21st century? Chris Bond,
author and assistant features editor with the Yorkshire Post,
compères a lively panel discussion.  Storyteller and Director of Toto
Tales, Mara Menzies, Writer and former editor of the Dalesman,  Bill
Mitchell, Content Marketer and Managing Director of Fabl,  Mags Walker
and Director of MA Writing for Performance  and Publication at Leeds
University, Garry Lyons all give their answers.

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Mission to Mars
Saturday, 11 October 2014 – 3:00pm  Friends’ Meeting House

Would you leave earth and never return? Hannah and Ryan are planning
to do just that on the ‘Mars One Mission’.  This will be first human
settlement on Mars. Astronomer Gurbir Singh joins them to talk about
the space technology that could send them to Mars.  This is an amazing
opportunity to meet two people who may soon be training to fly to
Mars.

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Sacred Stories
Saturday, 11 October 2014 – 4:00pm  Parish Church

Guitarist, author and storyteller Bob Hartman has performed all over
the world.  He will be sharing his favourite Bible stories. Mara
Menzies will share tales from Yoruba mythology – one of the world’s
oldest  and most widely practised religions in the world.   “Bob’s a
tale spinner that learnt his magic as a preacher” – The Catholic Weekly

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The Fool
Saturday, 11 October 2014 – 5:00pm   The Royal Oak

Jonathan is a 21st century Fool who creates ‘conversations’.  He will
play your Fool, and bring alive the Fool that lies sleeping in the
audience.  His shows are an open door to the imagination,  unique and
personal. Jonathan has headlined at Glastonbury Festival’s  Theatre
and Circus field, Secret Garden Party, Brighton Fringe and the
Edinburgh  Festival.

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Jack Tales
Saturday, 11 October 2014 – 7:30pm  Settle Victoria Hall

Jerry Harmon’s great-great-great-grandfather Council Harmon, born in
1803, brought the Jack Tales to the United States from England.  “Jack
and the Beanstalk” is the only one of these most of us know  but there
are many more tales of the lad who lives by his wits,  defeating his
enemies and tricking his way into an easy life.   Join this
Grammy-nominated storyteller and musician for a rare treat of stories,
songs and jokes from the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina.

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Ghost Stories
Saturday, 11 October 2014 – 10:00pm   The Royal Oak

Will you feel the ghost walk through you when it escapes from the
didgeridoo?  Hear a 30,000 year old aboriginal ghost story that’s
never been recorded and acquaint yourself with ghosts and ghouls.
Come along if you dare…

All the Settle Stories events:

Date    Time    Event
Fri 10th Oct    10:00 am        Planet Trail

Fri 10th Oct    10:00 am        Stories on a Postcard Exhibition

Fri 10th Oct    10:00 am        Digital Story Trail

Fri 10th Oct    6:00 pm Candlelit Story Trail

Fri 10th Oct    6:30 pm Bedtime Tales

Fri 10th Oct    7:15 pm Voyage – mapping a way through stories and
poems

Fri 10th Oct    9:30 pm Holy Moly & the Crackers

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        What would you take to Mars?

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Stories on a Postcard Exhibition

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Dry Stone Walling – 10am

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Planet Trail

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Train Tales

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Digital Story Trail

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Unlock the Past – Workshop

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Story Sculpture Exhibition

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Makers Market

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 am        Knitty Tales – Workshop

Sat 11th Oct    10:15 am        Behind the Scenes – Voyage

Sat 11th Oct    10:30 am        Let’s make a Space Ship

Sat 11th Oct    10:30 am        Lifeboat

Sat 11th Oct    10:30 am        Dressing up Box

Sat 11th Oct    11:00 am        Storied Out

Sat 11th Oct    11:00 am        Face Painting

Sat 11th Oct    11:00 am        Hunt the Storyteller

Sat 11th Oct    11:30 am        We’re all storytellers now

Sat 11th Oct    11:45 am        Peace Tales – Workshop

Sat 11th Oct    12:00 pm        Dry Stone Walling – Noon

Sat 11th Oct    2:00 pm Song writing workshop with the legend

Sat 11th Oct    2:00 pm Dry Stone Walling – 2pm

Sat 11th Oct    2:30 pm The King of the Things

Sat 11th Oct    3:00 pm Mission to Mars

Sat 11th Oct    3:45 pm Meet the Storyteller – Adrian Beckingham

Sat 11th Oct    4:00 pm Sacred Stories

Sat 11th Oct    4:30 pm Listen up – Workshop

Sat 11th Oct    5:00 pm The Fool

Sat 11th Oct    6:00 pm Meet the Storyteller – Bob Hartman

Sat 11th Oct    6:00 pm Make a wish

Sat 11th Oct    7:30 pm Jack Tales

Sat 11th Oct    10:00 pm        Ghost Stories

Sun 12th Oct    10:00 am        Stories on a Postcard Exhibition

Sun 12th Oct    10:00 am        Planet Trail

Sun 12th Oct    10:00 am        Digital Story Trail

Sun 12th Oct    10:00 am        Find your Fool

Sun 12th Oct    10:30 am        You’re a Star

Sun 12th Oct    10:45 am        Thomas the Tank Engine

Sun 12th Oct    11:00 am        On your farm

Sun 12th Oct    12:30 pm        Tales at the Table

Sun 12th Oct    1:00 pm Story Sculpture Exhibition

Sun 12th Oct    2:00 pm Meet the Storyteller – Jonathan Kay

Sun 12th Oct    2:30 pm Horrid Henry

Sun 12th Oct    3:30 pm Tea and Tales

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