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Various Groups listed below that you can join, from Berevement, Bingo, Excercise to Strolling.... 

S U N R I S E 


is  our NEW local Berevement Group here in Settle.

Every 1st Wednesday in the month

If you would like further information on this, please contact

Julie on 01729 823066

Do you enjoy Walking?

Many people have recently found a new love of walking and how great it is for your health and physical and mental wellbeing.

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks North Craven (co-ordinated by North Yorkshire Sport) are part of the Ramblers national network. They support free group walks throughout Craven led by trained volunteer walk leaders and these include:

The North Craven Strollers is a volunteer-led scheme in Settle, Gargrave and Hellifield.

They offer easy, gentle walks of between 30-90 minutes in Settle every Wednesday staring at 1.30pm in the Millennium Gardens, off Kirkgate near Booths supermarket. For more information on this group follow this link: Ramblers Wellbeing Walks North Craven


Getting out and about with day trips and walks

  • Day trips

    Want to go on some fun day trips

    Explore new places with a friendly bunch of people? Age UK North Craven runs day trips throughout the year. 

    Click here for the list.   Please note you have to be registered with ourselves to go on these but just give us a call on 01729 823066 and we can go through this together


    • Where: The Place, Settle (Opposite the Ruchee)
    • When: Every Wednesday 10.30am – 12.00 midday

     A chance to meet up with friends old and new and participate in a range of activities including quizzes, board games, and dominoes to name but a few, where the emphasis is on fun and socialising.

    £2.00 per session to include refreshments.

    For more information or to express your interest in joining please
    contact Caroline Wilson on 01729 823066 or email:cwilson@ageuknorthcraven.org


    We have an Allotment in Dog Meadow, Settle.   
    Please call in on a Wednesday or Friday from 12.30pm to 3pm and pay us a visit.  

    Do a little planting or just for a Chat.

    Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund

  • Movement to Music with Gillian Walton

    • Where: The Place, Settle (Opposite the Ruchee)
    • When: 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month at 2pm – 3.00pm
    • A relaxing chair- based exercise group focused on stretching and movement– Important at any age
    • Half an hour chair- based exercises followed by refreshments and time to socialise with others. £3.00 per session.
    For more information or to express your interest in joining please contact Caroline Wilson on 01729 823066 or email:cwilson@ageuknorthcraven.org


    • Lunch at Limestone
    • Coffee & Chat
    • Movement to Music
    • Strong & Steady
    • Walking Rugby
    • Walking Football

    Coming soon – Bingo at Limestone View

    For more details, please give us a call on 01729 823066.  More information can also be found by going to our Activities and Events tab which can be found at the top of this page.

    Please give us a call  on 01729 823 066 for more information.

Jazz band at Age UK North Craven tea danceOther clubs around North Craven 

We have a network of other clubs in Horton in Ribblesdale, Ingleton, Langcliffe, Long Preston, Rathmell and Malham providing company, friendship and fun activities for older people who live in those areas and surrounding villages.

If you'd like to find out about any of our clubs, please contact us on 01729 823 066.

Other webpages you may be interested in

As well as lots of activities and clubs, Age UK North Craven offers a variety of services for older people and their families in North Craven.

Find out more about Age UK North Craven's services

Our clubs and activities rely on the support of volunteers to keep them running. We need your help. Could you be part of our volunteer team?

Find out more about volunteering to help older people in your community