Wishing a very happy Mother’s Day to everyone. Stay safe!#mothersday2020 💐🎁

What a fantastic opportunity for all our members - watch out for further details!

An important update about the developing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation for adult volunteers in Scouting: https://t.co/YScjA7dfut

As a result of the developing Coronavirus situation, to protect our members, as well as the whole community, Ingleborough District, Ingleton & Settle Scout Groups are suspending all face to face meetings, events & activities until further notice. https://t.co/FQUeZldLoi @NYScouts

This afternoon 27 Ingleboro' volunteers gave up part of their weekend to attend a Scout Safeguarding session in #Ingleton which shows just how seriously we take our role in keeping all our young people safe! @Thisisingleton @settlecombushub @NYScouts @mark6mark @NSPCC 👏

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Scouting is all about helping others and here's the proof! Well done everyone!Part 2 of Leaders and Network Scouts delivering leaflets New Friendly Call Service. Stay safe everyone 😄 ... See MoreSee Less

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Fantastic work by the Ingleton Scout Team living up to the Promise they made when they joined the Scout Movement!Out and about again delivering leaflets for Covid-19 Response team.New friendly Call Sevice.stay safe everyone. ... See MoreSee Less

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Brilliant to see Ingleton Scout Leaders supporting the community in this way! In these troubles times, 'Be Prepared' takes on a whole new meaning.Ingleton Scout Leaders doing their bit for the Community handing out leaflets team work.🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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The ScoutsWith Scouts not meeting because of #Covid19, we wanted to reassure members that a team of staff and volunteers have been working hard to find solutions so Scouts can continue from home, either within families or with other Scouts. We’re also looking at practical and safe ways to help people in our communities.

We’d love to get your input on how we can do this. Submit your ideas here: bit.ly/2xQq2jP. Thanks for your help.
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Crack Open the Champagne!

It was cheers all round when news came through that the District application for a grant of nearly £10,000 from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority’s Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) for the refurbishment of the District kit store had been successful. Professional work can now start on replacing the roof of the former weighbridge, along with the renewal of the electrical wiring, followed by other maintenance jobs.

The executive committee is very grateful to the Yorkshire Dales National Park for the financial support offered to the ‘Operation Overhaul’ project as it will enable them not only to improve the store for present day Scouting but also, by extending the life of a building of historical interest, it leaves a legacy for future generations of Mealbank Quarry users. What’s more, the Heritage Officer will be available to give advice and approve all the work. For more details, go to www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/sdf

Once the contractors have completed the work, there are many volunteer jobs to be tackled, e.g. carpentry, painting, assembling shelving, transporting kit back from storage, etc., to get the store back into full operation.

If you are able to help with the these, or you know of others who would be willing to help for a few hours, send us a message so appropriate working parties can be established to complete the tasks without delay.

Let's get the youngsters back on the fells and in the fields enjoying the great outdoors as soon possible!
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Scouts & Explorers Go Back to Basics

As Cubs are attending the County Cub Camp, ‘Be the Spark’, this year the District is organising a summer camp for Scouts and Explorers.

The event will be held near Silverdale at SilverHelme Campsite, a new venue for us, which is managed by Lonsdale District Scouts. Set in eighteen acres of natural woodland, mainly oak, ash, yew, hazel and holly, the venue, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is ideal for this year’s chosen theme, ‘Back Woods’.

The programme will deliver a traditional style camp with patrol cooking, pioneering, gadget making, bush craft skills and discovering nature included.

What a fantastic opportunity for young people to experience the great outdoors!
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St George's Day

This year Clapham is the venue for the District’s St George’s Day celebrations.

After meeting at the car park, members will walk to Ingleborough Hall to take part in a short Thanksgiving and Renewal of Promises Ceremony, followed by a packed lunch during which the judging of shields made by the youth members before the event will take place.

During the afternoon, participants will complete one of a series of orienteering courses which are designed for all ages and levels of experience, so parents and other volunteers are encouraged to take part, too.

Sounds like fun - let's hope it doesn't rain!
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