Midlands Camp for all groups and members in the Midlands. Contact Claire Knight for more info: email@example.com.
Do you want to give your Woodcraft Folk group its own space on the Woodcraft website? You're in the right place!
Talk to your group about what they'd like to put on the website, and volunteer as your group's Web Manager. Ask your Group Leader to get in touch with us and we'll make sure you have a log in and support to get started.
If you would be interested in getting your pioneer group involved in the Bivvy please contact Catherine McCarthy on 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.
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.
‘Making Woodcraft Folk Bigger and Better’
Bring your ideas, vision and experience to make Woodcraft Folk bigger and better for all.
CoCamp will bring together children, young people, and adults from around the world, to live, work, and play as a dynamic co-operative community, sharing a common set of values.
CoCamp will enthuse young people about a co-operative way of life, empower them to act and involve them in ongoing activities. After the camp, members will continue to use the principles, skills and experiences they have gained in their own communities, and to build a peaceful and sustainable future.