Settle Community & Business Hub

Unit 1,Commercial Courtyard, Settle, BD24 9RH 07977 040329

What we offer

We provide community & Business support for all in the local area

Low Cost Workshops

Regular arts based and growing related workshops at the Quaker Meeting House (Thursdays 10-2pm) and on site at our allotment. See 'Events' below.


Community Drop ins
by Zoom

Our digital drop-ins are available every Tuesday 10am to 2pm and Friday 12-3pm for local information, digital support & chats. See 'Events' below.

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Growing & Munching

We have an allotment at Dog Meadow, Watery Lane and weekly 'Munchers' socials - a light bite and cuppa. Meet at the Quaker Meeting House (opposite Victoria Hall) on Thursdays 10-2pm. See 'Events' below.

Regular Events!

If you're interested in joining us. Come along to one of our regular Events! Click below to find out more

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Honeyberries Anyone?

The clue is in the name of course, but honeyberries are new on us and maybe you too? Donated by one of our Timebank members

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Our Projects
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We’ve Been Plotting

The Hub took over an allotment at the end of the Winter – one of Settle Town Council’s plots at Dog Meadow (beyond the Rugby

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Our Projects
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From Teas to Trees

We were delighted to receive a small grant from Bettys Trees Fund earlier in the year – yes, that Bettys of tea shop fame. With

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Hub Support Group Gatherings

Despite all the Covid-19 related restrictions you can still come and see us in person. Although the Hub remains closed we are now meeting up

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Self-Care September

Today we’re diving into the start of ‘Self-Care September’ with the guys at Action for Happiness. Each month Action for Happiness has a theme –

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Our Projects

We offer a wide Variety of Projects including...

Business Support & Networking

Rural Business Support for Rural Businesses

We offer a range of business workshops including Basic Accounting, X, Y and Z training. 

Settle Time Bank

Skill Swaps & Fair Trades!

A spin off from our Settle Soup project. Timebanking was the first idea suggested when we started talking about soups. We already have a great deal of community spirit and volunteer activity in Settle and a lot of interest in the Timebank from individuals, charities, businesses and community groups.

Settle Soup

4 pounds – 4 ideas – 4 minutes

Settle Soup and the other  soup events are a powerful tool to start conversations, grassroots ideas and fund new projects in our communities. They are a mix of dragon’s den, micro fundraiser, social event and lots of soup.