There are lots of ways to publicise your group. Here are some of the techniques we know work.
Stalls at community events mean you can target your outreach depending on the type of event you go to.
Parks and green spaces are great locations to give families their first taste of Woodcraft Folk. Why not plan one off or regular park activities to recruit new children and families to your group?
Face to face outreach sessions are a great way of promoting your group. Families who have met and had fun with you are far more likely to come back than if they’ve just read a flyer.
We’re pleased to announce that Woodcraft Folk is now processing DBS application forms online. Members will no longer have to complete their forms in hard copy but can instead fill in an online application that will be sent directly to the Disclosure & Barring Service to be processed.
NEWS **Photos from the event are here
Groups from all across Scotland will be gathering for our summer camp in a new location in Dumfires and Galloway - Standingstone Farm. We have lots planned including beach activities, countryside walks, helping on the farm, wide games - full programme to come soon.
We will camp in one village with communal cooking facilities. Groups can help with loans of sleeping tents and bags.
The camp will be open to all Scotland Woodcraft Folk members and space is limited so book early.
From March 2016 Woodcraft Folk will be processing DBS application forms online!!
If you're a new member or are an existing member whose current DBS certificate has now lapsed, you can now go on to the online system to create and complete an application.
Being outdoors and enjoying the natural environment is a key part of Woodcraft Folk but we need to do it safely and look after everybody's wellbeing. This web area has been set up to help Woodcraft Folk groups do outdoor activities safely.
The site is very near the M6, M56 and M25, and is also not far from the metrolink, which