District Co-ordinator

London Region AGM

Event date: 
5 February 2012 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Event location: 
Central London, details to be confirmed

London Region will hold its formal AGM with reports and elections.

The Park Farm Committee will have its AGM on the same day and the new committee will be elected.

Workshops etc will be advertised nearer the time.

One Leicester Day 11 Sep 2011

Elected Mayor of Leicester, Sir Peter Soulsby, visits the Woodcraft Folk stall at One Leicester Day on 11th September 2011. 

Food, Food, Food - Camping Cookbook

Great advice and menus when camping with your group or districts. Download local cook books from the attachment below or have a look at the recently published national Woodcraft Folk recipe book, Food Food Food.

 

Introducing Woodcraft

Note: this session plan is an earlier version of the bitesize session - putting the aims and principles into practice. While the bitesize session focuses more on planning your first sessions, you may want to compare the two if you are planning an introductory training session. 

A two hour training session giving a general introduction to the organisation, explaining its aims, roots and background.

Woodcraft Training Opportunities

Woodcraft Folk Training Area

Woodcraft training is free for members, and a great chance to take a step back from group sessions, and to share ideas and skills. These sessions will help you to run a successful group, where children can engage, learn and have fun in a safe environment, with confident leaders and helpers.  

What is Woodcraft Folk all about?

This A3 poster is adapted from Brighton's leaflet.  I have changed the words slightly and designed it for this larger format.

Stephen Phillips.

Lucky Club

Do you Feel Lucky?


Lucky Club is a small lottery run by our volunteers which gives all our members the opportunity to win some money and support the folk!

How Does it Work?
All participants are given a number which goes into the lucky club draw which takes place on the 1st of every month. The cost of a number is only £1.00 a month of which half goes to the folk and half into the prize fund. Remember there are no limits to the amount of numbers you can have.

Why volunteer with Woodcraft Folk?

Woodcraft Folk runs on the passion and energy of thousands of volunteers. With the support of regional and central resources, local Woodcraft groups decide their own programme and co-ordinate their own events and camps.

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