CoCamp will bring together children, young people, and adults from around the world, to live, work, and play as a dynamic co-operative community, sharing a common set of values.
CoCamp will enthuse young people about a co-operative way of life, empower them to act and involve them in ongoing activities. After the camp, members will continue to use the principles, skills and experiences they have gained in their own communities, and to build a peaceful and sustainable future.
Arrive at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start-10.00pm (ish)
only £5.00 a ticket
Questions aimed at over 16's with something for everyone
Drinks/Light refreshments + Raffle Tickets on sale
(please arrive by minibus or car share as parking limited
- speak to Catherine if you need help with transport)
Want to sleep over ? Just add £5.00
For more information, please contact Monika Eady at email@example.com
Annual Gathering is the democratic heart of the Woodcraft Folk, but it’s so much more than that. As well as celebrating our achievements over the past year & electing our General Council, we discuss future plans for the movement, share skills & experiences, and enjoy each other’s company in true Woodcraft style.
Last year we held the first ever Folk Assembly an informal gathering of our member to share skills, discuss things that matter to us and enjoy each others company. Due to its success we'll be hosting Folk Assembly this year on the 23rd - 25th June 2017 at the Bramhope campsite in Leeds.
The weekends event will include:
As some of you know, we have been fundraising for some time to upgrade our bathroom facilities at Cudham. It’s taken a while but has definitely been worth the wait. With help from all our users, volunteers and support from the movement, we’ve done it!!
At Folk Assembly on the 23rd to 25th of June, every woodcrafter will get to vote on the theme of Woodcraft's IFM-SEI international camp 2020. At the first open meeting in February we shortlisted down to 3 ideas:
At the most recent London AGM, I was elected chair of London committee. My name is Jack Walker, I am an elfin leader in Newham Watersmeet District. I'm also a member of General Council.