All of us at the hub were delighted to be a big part of Settle Stories Festival Of Happiness at the end of May.
In February members of Settle Timebank were invited to a lunch at County Hall in Northallerton to celebrate the work of volunteers in North Yorkshire.
We were delighted to welcome Angela Henderson from Settle Glass Studio to the hub to run a workshop in early June. This booked up very quickly and the finished results were impressive so will definitely do more later in the year.
Every year in May, Dying Matters host an Awareness Week, which gives us an unparalleled opportunity to place the importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement firmly on the national agenda.
Alex Dewar will be at the hub for an informal drop-in session where he can provide advice and share his expertise with those interested in finding out about family history.
A diverse collection of hub events for May. Paediatric first aid, family history, business support, happiness and more..
In February and March two groups have been learning about animation from Virpi of Kettu Studios as part of a Settle Stories project. Everyone is making a short film which will be shown as part of Settle Stories Festival of Happiness on 27th May.
U.Lab is an innovative online course using a range of tools and ideas to create very different approach to dealing with change. Now, more then ever, with Brexit and Trump, the world is changing rapidly..
North Craven Networking Group has now officially merged with the hub. It has been run since 2011 by one of our directors, Jo, and we have decided to bring the two groups together.
Jo was interviewed recently by a reporter from Stray FM about the Settle Timebank. This was featured on the 'Your County' programme in association with North Yorkshire County Council and is available as a podcast.