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Scouts are striving to leave the world better than we found it through #AMillionHands. Find out more https://t.co/QmCXEN5BaO @ukscouting #SkillsForLife

Ingleboro' Scouts always try to support their community so what better way than through this national strategy. We look forward to playing our part in the months to come. @matthyde @TimothyKidd @NYScouts @MindCharity @SaveChildrenUK @Crisis_UK @WWF_UK @Autism @BritishRedCross

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. @FieldStudiesC @malhamdale @SettleWebsite @settlecombushub @VisitSettle

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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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Great Start to New Term

Settle Beavers got the new term off to an excellent start with a lively Scavenger Hunt on the slopes of Castlebergh. The good news is that not only are their youth numbers rising, but they have some new adult volunteers to help run the Colony too.
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Ingleton Jumble Sale Success

Last month Ingleborough Community Centre was bustling with visitors when Ingleton Scouts held their latest Jumble Sale. The stalls, as well as the raffle and tombola, were well stocked with items. By the end of the afternoon, thanks to the combined efforts of all the leaders and Ingleton Jumble Ladies, £484 had been raised, which was a welcome addition to their Group funds.
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Congratulations to Anne Cox, former District Commissioner, on receiving The Award for Merit for Services to Scouting in Ingleborough District.

This award, which is much deserved, recognises Anne’s dedication, high level of commitment and her long standing service to others in a variety of roles.
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Safety in the Dales

Looking after yourself on the hills is so important that
Ingleborough District Scouts have supported the Cave Rescue Organisation by circulating their Dales 'Crow' safety leaflet to all their volunteers.

Delivering #skillsforlife to young people - that's what we do well so why not join us if you enjoy the outdoors? Message us for more information.
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All Fired Up at Settle’s Great Tower Camp

‘Fire’ was the theme for Settle Scouts recent highly successful camp at Great Tower on Windermere. Traditional campcraft was at the core of the event so the youngsters practised fire lighting techniques, made char cloth, sewed tinder bags and cooked their own meals all weekend.

They also had a list of challenges to complete, such as making a tripod, cooking without utensils and making fizz sticks. A highlight was a water fight when the Scouts attacked the Youth Commissioner, Tom Haigh. Everyone got soaked but that’s all part of the fun!
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Settle Beavers Keep the Trains on Track!

On 11th July, Castleberg Beavers enjoyed a trip to the Settle signal box. Bob Swallow and his friends kindly volunteered to show them how the signals worked. All the Beavers had a go at ringing the bells and changing the signals.

Having had a good tour round the station, waving at trains as they came through, they marvelled that their signalling had actually worked! It was a lovely evening and the Colony is very grateful to Bob and his friends for their time and patience in showing them how it worked.
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