Kirkgate, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9DX
Some people see a skip, Captain Scrap sees a treasure trove of opportunity. A delicious cocktail of interactive storytelling/making and junk sculpture, that’ll get you thinking about the beauty of rubbish.
Bring some junk with you to pass Captain Scrap’s crash course and become a Junk Pioneer.
Yummy goodness that makes everybody happy! A wholesome selection of hot and cold drinks, cakes and snacks.
The cafe is being run in partnership with the Skipton fair trade town initiative. They're interested to know if Settle would like to become a fairtrade town? We'd love to know what you think of the idea.
Can heritage make you happy? This group of young people believes it can! Discover how life in Settle has changed over the last century. Part of the Tom Twisleton 100 project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, this is the perfect way to find out more not just about how life in Settle has changed but also local legend Tom Twisleton.
What makes you happy?
Walking for fun, walking with nature, walking with friends, walking for health - all good reasons and above all, WALKING MAKES YOU HAPPY. Come and see the fun way to walk with the North Craven Strollers.
You’re invited to talk to strangers. Be part of the movement in reviving the lost art of conversation. It will make you happier. Guaranteed.
Three cheers to our Festival sponsor:
Built with funds raised by the community for the community, discover the story of Settle Pool. Hear the current challenges and successes of this vital community asset and discover how you can get more out of the facility, get involved and help to keep it open.
A recipe for happiness in later life. A sketch show presented by older people and the staff and volunteers at Age UK North Craven. This is a show all about boosting an older person's happiness based on the five items taken off an Age UK national page. Taking the form of five short snippets, the show will explore 5 ways to keep happy in later life:
Settle Sessions likes to do
rhymes and poems for me and you.
So come along and we’ll have a go
and put on a right fun show!
We'll be reading out the poem that festival attendees have been contributing towards all day at Everyone's Poem event. Don't miss it.
Where are mental service in Craven currently at? The Craven Mental Health Forum was formed in 2011 as a vehicle for facilitating the sharing of information about matter relating to mental health servies in Craven, between the voluntary, Statutory and independent sectors, and users of the servies. It is an independent body managed by the Forum Members.