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Ingleboro Scouts & Explorers are all set for an overnight challenge hiking miles in the dark, ending with a well-earned full English breakfast at dawn. There'll be some tired but happy youngers by bedtime! @NYScouts @Thisisingleton @SettleWebsite @NationalTrails @yorkshire_dales

Morning! What a surprise for Josh a Explorer Scout from @LonsdaleScouts last night! A very special good luck message from Chief Scout @BearGrylls 🙏 Josh is part of team #RickshawChallenge raising important funds to support young people across the county! #ChildrenInNeed

What better way to inspire young people to work towards a more peaceful world. #skillsforlife

By parading their Colours & laying wreaths, today @IngleboroScouts took time to reflect and honour those who, from the First World War until the present day, have lost their lives in conflict. What a superb mark of respect! #RemembranceDay @PoppyLegion @UKScouting @mark6mark

Watch out for Beavers, Cubs, Scouts & Explorers who will be on Parade in Settle & Ingleton today supporting their communities at services & the laying of wreaths. #RemembranceSunday #LestWeForget @PoppyLegion @Thisisingleton @SettleWebsite @settlecombushub @NYScouts @CravenHerald

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"At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them."

On Remembrance Sunday, to honour those who lost their lives in conflict, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and their Leaders paraded in both Settle and Ingleton. By supporting their communities at church services and the laying of wreaths, what better way to inspire young people to work together to create a more peaceful world.
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Putting the 'Out' in Scouting with a Publicity Stand

On Saturday, 5th October the North Craven Action Group organised two market place events where members of the public could find out about local groups and activities in North Craven. This was a fantastic opportunity to find out about Scouting, so the District had a stall both in the morning in Bentham Town Hall and the afternoon in the Ingleborough Community Centre.

Let’s hope the publicity will attract new members in the months to come. Message this page if you would like further information.
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Tasty Snacks Perk Up Training Day

In early October, Leaders from Settle and Ingleton came together for a day to complete four modules as part of a District ‘Training in the Basket’ Programme. Topics included Working with Adults, Supporting Young People, Promoting Positive Behaviour and Practical Skills. There was a lot of information delivered, plenty of discussion and loads of ideas exchanged which the leaders should be able to put to good use in their sections.

The latter part of the day was spent enjoying a chat around an open fire whilst cooking a variety of snacks including sultana dampers, sausage and egg filled peppers and foil-wrapped vegetable parcels. The appetising culinary efforts were a resounding success and many participants lingered long after the close enjoying the convivial atmosphere!
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Beaver News

Recently, Settle Beavers engaged with the community by having a successful double date at the town’s library where, under the guidance of the librarian, they used the facilities to complete their Digital Maker badge.

In contrast, Ingleton Beavers visited the church to help tidy up the garden and to meet the vicar in preparation for their Remembrance Sunday Parade. They have also had a fun-packed sleepover when they picnicked in the park, followed tracking signs to Storrs Common, played with kites, toasted marshmallows, slept indoors in tents and visited Inglesport climbing wall. Both Colonies were definitely beavering away last month!
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Explorers Rise to Challenge!

Recently Settle Explorers were challenged to extract water from Cola! One Explorer consulted her chemistry teacher and brought everything she needed to perform the task. In contrast, the boys’ team boiled cola in a kettle and used a plastic bag to condense the steam to water. Great fun was had, plus a useful skill acquired for life on a desert island!
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Ingleborough District Scouts

Ingleton scouts having a good halloween evening. Even the District commissioner got dressed up ... See MoreSee Less

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Ingleborough District Scouts

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Together with Mind, Save the Children UK , Crisis, WWF UK, National Autistic Society, British Red Cross and more, we're striving to leave the world a little better than we found it. scouts.org.uk/community #AMillionHands #SkillsForLife
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Super to have three new volunteers approved by an Appointment's Panel to join the Settle Scouting team this morning. Welcome aboard Vickie, Jim and Mark - you'll be a great asset to the Beaver Colony.

There's more appointments across the District in the pipeline, too, so watch this space!
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Congratulations to 15 outstanding Ingleboro' members whose commitment to Scouting has been recognised by The Scout Association. We are very proud of their achievements & grateful for all their support. ... See MoreSee Less

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Three Peaks Cyclocross

The 3 Peaks Cyclo-Cross is staged in the Yorkshire Dales National Park every year at the end of September. It is the toughest and biggest Cyclo-Cross event in the UK and, for a number of years, has been supported by members of the 1st Castleberg Scout Group.

The jobs cover two days, just a couple of hours each time. Saturday involves collecting cones from Horton, distributing some there and taking the rest to Helwith Bridge and putting them out, along with road barriers, ready for final positioning the following day. Also, as shown in the photo, marking the course up Ingleborough. At the close of the event on Sunday afternoon, the whole process is reversed, with additional jobs which include collecting the course signs and a litter pick.

As in the past, a welcome donation of £750 was received, and, with a request to do it again next year, obviously, a good job was done!
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