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A moderate 7.5 mile circular walk around Dent and Whernside Manor has been planned for 14 March. The walk is suitable for all the family (no prams or buggies please – there will be stiles to cross). Please note that as the walk links with a local bus and there is a limited bus capacity it is essential to contact 07754 993483 before 12 noon Friday 13 March to reserve a bus seat. The walk begins at Dent station at 12.12. For further details contact email@example.com.
There’s a musical treat in store on March 20th when ” A Brief History of Music” is staged featuring 2 musicians, covering 600 years and lasting only 90 minutes! On 21 March the annual RamJam concert will take place when young musicians from the area are joined by the more mature DalesJam for an evening of Jazz surprises conducted and arranged by the ever enthusiastic and hugely talented Richard Omerod.For details and tickets of all events contact 01729 825718
As a result of the recent award from Lloyds Community Fund a new drop in session is opening at the pool on Fridays from 10.15-11.45. “Splashing tots” will cater for parents with children under 4 years old (pre-school) and will run every Friday, including during school holidays. The entry price is the normal adult price of £4.50 and each adult is entitled to bring two under 4s free. Entry includes a swim, hot drink for adults and juice and cakes afterward for children.
PARISH CHURCH OF THE HOLY ASCENSION, SETTLE
On Sunday 15th March at 9.30am there will be a service for Mothering Sunday. This will be a Family Communion with children from Settle Primary School. Traditional Simnel cake and coffee. Posies for Mums, Grans and other special folk. On Friday 20th March from 7.00pm till 10.30pm there will be a barn dance at St Mary & St Michael Church Hall, Tillman Close, off Kirkgate, Settle. Tickets £7 adult, £1 child includes supper. More details 01729 822311. All profits to a charity supporting street children in Tanzania. On Saturday 28th March from 10.00am till 3.00pm there will be a grand table top sale at Settle Parish Church. Contact 01729 822848 to book a table for £6.00. Homemade refreshments available all day
Friends of Settle Victoria Hall invite you to a race night at the hall on March 13, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £5, accompanied children £3, including a pie and pea supper. Vegetarian option is available and should be stated when booking. Tickets via Victoria Hall on 01729 825718 or 01729 8222364. There will be a bar on the evening and the opportunity to participate in races – come along with friends and enjoy the fun!
The next messy church will take place at St John’s Church Hall on 15 March from 3.30pm to 5.30pm. There will be a chance for families to enjoy craft activities, worship and a shared meal
SETTLE PHOTOGRAPHIC GROUP
The next meeting will take place on Monday 16 March at 7.30pm at Townhead Court when the theme for the evening will be “ Maybe it is time to turn back…. images from active volcanoes ” presented by Harry Pinkerton. There will be two members galleries that evening. The first will be an image straight from the camera. and the second will be the colour red.
The next big breakfast will take place on Saturday 21st March at 8.30am at St Mary & St Michael Church Hall, Tillman Close, off Kirkgate, Settle. The speaker will be Steve Amphlett. Steve is a member of the ‘Vibrant Settle’ Community Partnership – the organisation behind the Settle FlowerpotFestival. He is also a Founding Director of Settle Hydro. Cost £3. Contact 01729 825285 to book your breakfast by Thurs 19th March.
The Orchestra’s spring concerts will take place on Saturday, 21st March 2015 at the Richard Whiteley Theatre, Giggleswick School, 7.30pm and on Saturday, 28th March 2015 at Ermysted’s Grammar School, Skipton, 7.30pm. The orchestra will be conducted by Leo Geyer and will be joined by piano soloist Philip Sharp. The programme will feature Mozart’s Overture to ” Magic Flute”, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1 and Mozart’s symphony No.40. Tickets are available from Orchestra members or from Cave and Crag, Settle, High Bentham Post Office, Settle Music, Skipton Camera Centre, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01729 825806.
The Junior Section of Settle Amateur Operatic Society will be staging their production of “The Wizard of Oz” at Victoria Hall on 26 and 27 March at 7pm. Tickets are available from the hall on 01729 825718 and cost £10 for balcony seats, £8 for stalls or a family stalls ticket is available at cost of £22.
Settle’s AGM went very smoothly thanks to Jeanne Carr’s careful organisation. Joy Calvert, outgoing Chair, presented Mary Hindle with the President’s brooch and welcomed her to office. Anne Beesley, Susan Gavaghan and Pat Whitton fronted the entertainment which was distinctly hilarious. Places are still available on the May 19 coach visit to Kipling Hall. Contact any member of the W. I.
GIGGLESWICK PRIMARY SCHOOL
Well done to everyone who came dressed as a book character – there were some great costumes! All pupils participated well in the poetry workshops and they have all been challenged to learn one of the poems. Each child has a sheet of poems to enjoy at home and they have been asked to choose from their class sheet one of the poems (or a verse from a longer poem) to recite from memory on Monday, so we look forward to hearing their poems. Congratulations to all participants in the Catteral Shield Cross Country Event and thanks to Craig Eccleston for his help. Thank you to everyone who has purchased red noses; we are now sold out! On Red Nose Day, it is hoped we shall receive more donations for Comic Relief when pupils are being encouraged to ‘make your face funny for money’ and/or wear different clothes. In return, we suggest a donation of at least £1 towards Comic Relief, which will also be their entrance ‘ticket’ to watch the ‘talent show’ later in the day, auditions for which are progressing well. The Friends of Giggleswick Primary School are proposing to hold two social events, one for families, the other for adults only. The first, a Family Bingo & Chocolate Tombola will take place at 6:00pm on Friday, 20th March in return for a chocolate donation for the tombola, pupils are welcome to wear clothes of their own choice to school on Friday, 20th March. The second will be a Race Night on Saturday, 9th May at Settle Social Club. This will be a joint fund-raising event with Freda’s Community Playgroup and Pre-School and is for adults only. We should be most grateful if anyone is available to help with any of the following: getting business sponsors (£10 a race), getting donations of prizes to contribute towards the raffle prizes of hampers, volunteering as ‘jockeys’ etc!
RICHARD WHITELEY THEATRE
Helen Howard School of Dance take to the stage on March 14 and 15 and on 21 March there will be a concert by Settle Orchestra at 7.30pm.For ticket details contact 01729 893180.
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Events 1. Thurs 30 June: Last Settle Scottish Dancing Class for this term. . 7.30pm to 10pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle. Party night. Classes recommence on September 8th there will be a series of Beginners Classes starting. at 7pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle BD24 9JH: 2. Fri 1 July: First day of the month “Walk for the climate” Malham Tarn Fen. 1.5 […]