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.
All members are welcome to attend and take part in Annual Gathering, but if you’d like to register as a delegate representing your district, please contact your district co-ordinator.
Come and join young and older district, regional and national Woodcraft Folk committee representatives for an exciting weekend of FREE training and networking alongside Development Conference.
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.
The Height Gate Camping Barn is available to all Woodcraft Folk groups to book!!!
We are trying to make a more formal process for applying to run venturer camps.
Below are a series of role descriptions, outlining what different members of the organising team are responsible for as well as a timeline of when certain things should happen, so that when people come forwards to take on roles they know what they are letting themselves in for.
Minutes from our Scottish Committee and our Scottish Gathering AGM's will be placed here.
Please see our Woodcraft Folk Scotland Facebook page for details of our future meetings and events.
The first meeting for International Camp 2020 happened in Birmingham this weekend, here’s what we discussed...
Have you wanted to bring some of your group to Lockerbrook but do not have enough people to fill the place?
Over 50 Scottish members, experienced and new, older and younger came together for our annual Scottish Gathering weekend at the end of January. Members from all our districts; Glasgow West End, Glasgow Southside, Glasgow East End, Glasgow Kelvingrove, Stirling, Falkirk, Edinburgh Portobello, Edinburgh Bruntsfield and Newhaven shared their news and ideas together.
Midlands Region will be hosting its regional gathering this year at the Birmingham Midlands Institute on the 7th October 2017. More details about the event will follow shortly.
Will be hosting a planning meeting at this years Folk Assembly on the 24th June to discuss the schedule for the day. If you would like to attend this meeting or feed into the discussion please email Leanne Powell at Folk office at firstname.lastname@example.org.