Kinsfolk

Kinsfolk are member who are over the age of 20, Kinsfolk often hold informal events and activities with older members of the District Fellow age group.

New Leader Training Available to Book NOW!!

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Are you new to volunteering with Woodcraft Folk? 

Have you been involved for a while but want to learn more? 

Our New Leader Training weekends are a great way to learn more about Woodcraft Folk, share ideas with new leaders from across the UK, and a gain the skills and confidence to lead engaging activities for children. 

People who come to our training sessions say they feel more confident and more able to lead activities at group. 

DF Newsletter Now Available

Monday, 13 November 2017

The District Fellows newsletter is now available to download. It includes up to date news from DF committee, recent meetings, upcoming events and all DF related activities that are happening in regions near you.  

Bushcraft Camp @ Woodcraft Park Farm 30 Sept – 1 Oct 2017

Friday, 18 August 2017

Bookings for this years Bushcraft camp are open, spaces are limited so get in quickly, the maximum ratio of children to adults will be 5 to 1. It is hoped that an advance working party will arrive on site on the Friday and if you can join us you're very welcome. Leaders who have younger children may bring them to this camp provided the ratio is not exceeded.

News from General Council

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Members of General Council discussed the Strategic Plan, promotion to Gathering and passed the budget for International Camp 2020 at their July meeting.

Membership Badge Competition 2018

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Earlier this year we launched the competition to find next year’s membership badge design. Last year was a chance for thinking about our future. This year we’d like our young members to look at social action in their local area. This is a great group night activity to kick off the Autumn term. 

Theme: Be Inspired by local action

Transgender Inclusion

Woodcraft Folk's Inclusion Statement on supporting members who identify as Trans, and encouraging groups to challenge gender sterotypes, was adopted by General Council in March 2017. The document also contains background information and practical advice for group leaders, covering: - definitions of key terms - use of appropriate and inclusive language - supporting adult volunteers who are Trans - running successful camps and residentials Further guidance can be sought through Folk Office, or from the specialist organisations listed on the final page of the document.

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