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Excellent news - we look forward to growing our Scouting family by including 4-5 year olds in our activities. @Thisisingleton @VisitSettle @IngletonPrimary @Giggleswick_Pri @AustwickNews @CravenHerald @KidzDayNursery https://t.co/PYMYLW8nPX

Settle Scouts are very grateful to @HardingMike @MHFolkShow for the kind donation which will help their volunteers offer fun activities for youngsters aged 6-25 & will fasten the installation of disabled access so they can be even more inclusive in the community. @settlecombushub

We are all deeply saddened by the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip. Our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen and the @RoyalFamily at this time.

A big ‘Thank You’ to 5-year Long Service Award recipients, Explorer leader, Ian Dutton & Appointments Panel members, Jennifer Charnley & Rae Lonsdale, plus 10-year award to Explorer leader, James Armstrong. Such dedication is much appreciated, especially in difficult times. 👏

Zoom meetings have proved highly successful for Settle Beavers. Sessions have included a Mad Scientists' evening to earn the Experiment Badge & making Rocky Road went down well, too!
Want to join the fun? Send us a message.
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Happy Easter from everyone in Ingleborough District. @Thisisingleton @VisitSettle @settlecombushub @annefost @UKScouting @CravenHerald @NYScouts @mark6mark @matthyde @TimothyKidd @KesterSharpe @soupdragon73 @Bibbyscoaches @IngletonGala @SettlePool

Congratulations to Ingleton Beaver Leader, Gemma Tyrie, who, having completed her learning, has gained a well-deserved Wood Badge, proving she can deliver fun, safe & exciting activities to young people. DM if your 6-8 year old would like to join her Colony! @Thisisingleton

Hats off to Ingleboro' District Commissioner, Cathy Tazzyman, who, having completed many hours of training, has qualified as a vaccinator so is now delivering Covid vaccinations to scores of members of our local communities. @Thisisingleton @CravenHerald @NYScouts @VisitSettle

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Going on a Bear Hunt!

When Ripon and District Beavers opened their virtual Bear Hunt to all North Yorkshire Beavers, 150 youngsters signed up, including William, an Ingleton Beaver. The event started with a reading of “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” followed by the Beavers being challenged to make a den to go on a socially distanced walk to take photos of the places in the story for their photographer badge.

Activities that followed included making binoculars and a map, a scavenger hunt to find soft toys, making a salt dough bear, a ‘Bear’ quiz and campfire songs, with a bedtime story, “Peace at Last”.

Having slept in their den overnight, the following morning the Beavers decorated their salt dough bears and then used a recipe to make delicious bear paw print cookies. William loved taking part, sleeping in his den and making (and eating, of course) the cookies.

What a fantastic event for our youngest Scouts!
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The ScoutsWe are greatly saddened to hear of the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of our Patron Her Majesty The Queen. Our thoughts are with Her Majesty and all of the Royal Family at this sad time. ... See MoreSee Less

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A big ‘Thank You’ to four worthy recipients of national Long Service Awards:

Five-year Long Service Awards go to NIESU Explorer leader, Ian Dutton, and Appointments Panel members, Jennifer Charnley and Rae Lonsdale. Also, a ten-year certificate has been awarded to ex-Cub leader, now SIESU Explorer leader, James Armstrong.

Such dedication and support are really appreciated, especially during these difficult times.
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Zooming Around with Settle Beavers

Zoom meetings have proved highly successful for Settle Beavers. Spring sessions have included a Mad Scientists' evening when the Beavers made raisins dance, temporarily paralysed their fingers and floated a metal paper clip on water, all to earn their Experiment Badge. Not surprisingly, making Rocky Road and tasting their creations went down well, too!

With Mother's Day on the horizon, making cards for their mums was a particularly poignant session as it marked the start of lockdown, followed by a whole year of disruption, which brought home just how long it's been since the Colony could meet in the Drill Hall! Hopefully, they will be back there soon. If you'd like to join the fun, send us a message.
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All the Boxes Ticked!

Congratulations to Ingleton Beaver Leader, Gemma Tyrie, who, having attended many modules and submitted substantial evidence to validate her learning, has gained a well-deserved Wood Badge.

This signifies that she has completed all the training needed to deliver fun, safe and exciting activities to young people in Scouting.

DM if your 6-8 year old would like to join her Colony!
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DC Turned Vaccinator!

Hats off to Ingleborough District Commissioner, Cathy Tazzyman, who, having completed many hours of training, has recently qualified as a vaccinator. As a result, she is now delivering Covid vaccinations to scores of members of our local and more distant communities.

One of her first tasks was to vaccinate her own mother who patiently lined up in the queue that snaked its way around the Ingleborough Community Centre in Ingleton. Cathy, who had no idea that her mum was booked in that afternoon, said, “I thought it was lovely, especially when she used to hold my hand whenever I had injections when I was little.”
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Happy Mother's Day to all our lady volunteers, supporters, mums and grand mums of our youth members.

Thank you for all you help - Scouting relies on your willingness, kindness & resilience, especially during a pandemic.
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Pancake Perfection!

Following on from a successful stir fry task, Settle Troop leaders then set their youngsters a pancake challenge. Well done to the Scouts who rose brilliantly to the challenge by producing some really tasty treats!
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