Folk Assembly 2017 will be held at Bramphope Campsite near Leeds from Friday 23 June to Sunday 25 June.
Folk Assembly will have great opportunities for training, discussion and development - and social activities.
Meet Woodies from around the country and share ideas.
Help shape the movement.
(Thanks to Hufi Neibig for creating our Save the Date artwork)
Woodcraft will be hosting an international camp in the summer of 2020.
Woodcrafters of all ages are invited to join us along with IFM-SEI groups from all over the world, for a week of fun and festivity.
On Sunday 20th November Woodies from across Scotland gathered in Glasgow for an afternoon of skill sharing and socialising. The aim was for everyone of all ages to learn something new to take back to their groups, and to build links between groups around the country.
We have secured funding from Children in Need to set up a new Elfin group in Glasgow to attract refugees
PhD studentship opportunity -
Oral History of the Woodcraft Folk
The University of Brighton is inviting applications for funded PhD studentship topics to commence in September 2017.
Scottish Gathering is an opportunity for everyone involved with Woodcraft Folk in Scotland to come together, share what we have been doing in different parts of the country, build links, plan for the future (and socialise!). The programme will include a variety of workshops and our AGM with elections to the Scottish Committee.
Earlier this year we asked our members to take part in this year’s Membership Badge competition. The theme was ‘Woodcraft Folk in the year 2106’.
Last year was a chance for reflection and looking back at our history. So we thought this time we’d like our members to look to the future and imagine Woodcraft Folk in another 90 years.
The Woodcraft Folk is hosting an international camp in 2020.
We are beginning the search for a site and would love to hear your suggestions. We will need a site which can accomodate up to 4000 people, but due to us camping in large circles, we will be looking for sites with quoted capacities of around 10 000 people.
London Committee has found a band, The Passing Moment, and an affordable hall in central London for a Ceilidh.
This event is aimed at children and adults. The standard ticket will cost £10; children and those on no or low incomes will be charged £5. The price will include a simple Ploughman’s (bread, cheese, pickle); drinks and snacks will be available for donations.
If possible please bring a mug.
We need to know numbers, so please get in touch with Anna to book your tickets.
Phone 020 8399 3614 or