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After a huge effort to raise funds & deliver the project, 1st Castleberg Scouts open their super new kitchen & toilets in their Drill Hall HQ! Available for bookings, it's a valuable community asset @VisitSettle @SettleWebsite @settlecombushub @SettleTIC1 @CravenHerald @annefost

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All are welcome to Settle Scouts official opening of their new Drill Hall kitchen, Castleberg Lane, on Sat, 18th May. 3pm-4pm Treasure Hunt around town for youngsters, 4pm Official Opening & Refreshments followed by brief AGM. @VisitSettle @settlecombushub @CravenHerald @NYScouts

Cubs had a super time at Ingleton library tonight using the PCs to produce illustrated book reviews & working on Raspberry pi-TopCEED computers provided by @nycclibraries to create animations using Scratch, a visual programming tool. @Thisisingleton @Raspberry_Pi @NYScouts 🖥️⚜️😀

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Interesting discussions and analysis designed to move North Yorkshire County and its Districts forward, as well as lots of useful input from the participants, made this a most successful day. Thanks to all involved. @yorkieboy12 @mark6mark 😀

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District Beaver Sleepover now in full swing - 'T' shirt design, picnic in park, biscuit decorating, tracking, scavenger hunt, catapults, toasted mallows on real fire, games, pizza for tea, sleeping indoors in a tent - that's Beaver heaven! ... See MoreSee Less

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Ingleborough District Scouts
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Last month, Anne Cox announced that she will be stepping down as District Commissioner shortly. She will be sadly missed, having been involved in Scouting in Ingleborough District since 1990.

The search is now on for a new DC, a process that will be spearheaded by the County Commissioner. Watch out for a Vacancy Pack which will be circulated this month, giving details of how to apply for the role or nominate someone you think would have the right leadership skills and relevant experience to head the District over the next few years. Mark Edwards, the County Commissioner, is giving the option of either a stand-alone or team role which has been successful elsewhere in the County.

If anyone is interested in taking on this exciting role, please visit www.nys.org.uk where further details will be found shortly or send us a message if you would like an informal chat.
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To celebrate Easter, Settle Explorers went on an Egg Hunt using the navigational skills required for a staged navigation badge. There were several levels of competency in the team but everyone worked hard and learnt lots. Their efforts paid off when, much to their delight, they found their chocolate stashed in a wall hollow.

Meanwhile Settle Scouts experienced the excitement of cooking fish bushman style and discovered that it resulted in a surprisingly tasty dish - that’s proper Scouting for you!
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Settle Explorers Get Active!
Topics ranging from white water kayaking to canoe expeditions, and even kayak sailing, were covered in a session run recently for South Ingleborough Explorers and Settle Scouts. In preparation for passing the first stage of the Paddlesport activity badge, they learnt the differences between various paddle craft, the use of buoyancy aids,
as well as the clothing and equipment used to keep paddlers comfortable and safe on the water.

Explorers have also recently taken advantage of the excellent climbing facilities at IngleSport Climbing and Caving Equipment in Ingleton. Many managed to scale the heights to the roof using difficult routes, belaying for each other, as well as trying their hand at bouldering. A good night was had by all!
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By attending a workshop in April at Mealbank Hall, Ingleton Group's HQ, four keen and enthusiastic leaders took a step closer to providing even better skills for life to their young people. The session included Modules 7 (Scouting for All), 12A and B (Delivering and Planning a Programme), 11 (Administration) and 17 (Running Safe Activities) so it was busy day! ... See MoreSee Less

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Scouts Support the Community

Ingleborough District were pleased to be able to support the NSPCC Fashion Show in Ingleborough Community Centre in April by manning a Scout publicity stand. It was also good to see one of the Ingleton Cubs modelling the fashions.

Being visible in the community is a vitally important way of raising the District's profile. We are constantly on the look out for new youth members, as well as adult volunteers, so if anyone is interested in what we do, please send us a message. We have something for everyone, be it an hour a year to several hours a week!
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Excitement is growing as Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and their leaders set off to Camp George. Bouldering, Badger’s Warren, Pond Dipping, Pirates Challenge, Archery, Water Activities, Shooting, Archery & Orienteering are all on the programme. Pity the forecast is for rain but they'll not let that spoil the fun! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Easter to all our youth and adult members, as well as all our Scouting supporters across the Dales ... See MoreSee Less

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Don't miss the NSPCC Fashion Show in Ingleborough Community Centre tonight, Friday, 12 April. Doors open at 7.00pm to browse tables including @IngleboroScouts information & recruitment stall. Come along for a chat and to find out how you can help. ... See MoreSee Less

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