It's 100 years since local legend Tom Twisleton died.
Between 14-25? Join us in telling Tom's story. You could earn an Arts Award, which will look amazing on your CV and you'll have great fun in the process.
You are invited to any of the workshops that interest you. You can drop in for just one session or join us every week. All sessions are free.
We meet once a week, mostly on Mondays at the Joinery (behind the Ye Olde Naked Man Cafe). We do meet at other venues and times, so double check below.
APRIL MEET UPS
Mon 3rd April 6-8pm
Want to create a skate trail? Combine it with a heritage trail, looking at the best places to both skate and reveal significant facts about Settle's history from the time of Tom Twisleton.
What's more you'll be preparing questions to interview one of Tom Twisleton's relatives over skype next week, Betty in New Zeland.
Mon 10th April - no meeting
Mon 17th April - no meeting as it's a Bank Holiday
HIGHLIGHT OF APRIL
Mon 24th April, 6-8pm AT THE FOLLY in Settle
Get your detective hat on and join us at the hub of history in Settle, the Folly. You'll be going behind the scenes in the museum archives not open to the general public to dig deeper into Tom's and Settle's history. You'll meet the Folly's Honorary Curator Anne Reid.
MAY MEET UPS
Want to come along to any of the sessions? Contact Hazel from Settle Stories.
Mob: 07399 073246
WhatsApp: @Hazel Allen