Experience of group night activities, camps, projects and commitees has a really positive impact on children and young people in Woodcraft Folk.
Below you can download a summary of what young people told Cadence, our external evaluators, about the impact youth participation in Woodcraft Folk has had on them. The survey was conducted amongst young people who have experienced either activities run at a local or camp level supported by TREE resources, or activities run by the TREE team themselves:
Final deadline for applications: Monday 27th of April
Weekend residential: Venturer Leader Training Weekend
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.
This year's second Development Conference is happening at the YHA in Bristol. It will be a chance for all Woodcraft members, whatever their age and role in Woodcraft Folk, to get together for socialising, workshops, discussions on current Woodcraft topics, and generally sharing ideas and friendship.
Midlands Camp for all groups and members in the Midlands. Contact Claire Knight for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theme: youth participation
Bring your ideas, vision and experience to make Woodcraft Folk inclusive of all ages and supportive of young people’s participation and development.
For further details on pre-camp will be available very soon via our website and www.coocamp.coop.
In the meantime if your district is interested in booking to come along to CoCamp 30th July - 9th August please advise them to go to https://woodcraft.org.uk/how-make-cocamp-booking or email email@example.com with an enquiry.