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Howzat! Walking Cricket is coming to the Settle area.

A free taster afternoon for over-55s is set to take place at Settle Cricket Club, Marshfield Road (opposite Booths) on Tuesday, July 17 (1.30-3.30pm).

Walking cricket is low impact and ideal for those who wish to play a sport, but no longer can, or want to, spend a whole afternoon running around.

The taster is part of a North Yorkshire Sport project to get older people more active. A qualified coach will be on hand to organise the session, which is supported by North Yorkshire Sport, Settle CC and Age UK North Craven.

Contact Richard Daniels at Age UK North Craven (01729 823066) to book a place.

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