Wood Green, N22 7AY
Saturday 29th November 2014
11.30pm – 1.30am No admission after midnight
Leaders free if not skating; please collect money in advance and pay per group on the night
Friends are welcome as long as they behave in a Woody way!
Searches for alcohol, glass bottles and weapons likely.
For more information, please contact Monika Eady at firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodcraft Park Farm bookings for 2017 camping are now open. Woodcraft Park Farm is a campsite in the picturesque village of Lurgashall, West Sussex, in the South Downs Natonal Park. The site can accomodate up to 100 campers at a time in one
London Committee has found a band, The Passing Moment, and an affordable hall in central London for a Ceilidh.
This event is aimed at children and adults. The standard ticket will cost £10; children and those on no or low incomes will be charged £5. The price will include a simple Ploughman’s (bread, cheese, pickle); drinks and snacks will be available for donations.
If possible please bring a mug.
We need to know numbers, so please get in touch with Anna to book your tickets.
Phone 020 8399 3614 or
On 17th September, Woodcraft are demonstrating in solidarity with refugees in London.
London Region Woodcraft Folk AGM 2016
Can every district please send at least one, preferably two or more delegates. As well as established leaders, we alos want new leaders and Venturers and DFs to attend. There will be a crèche, but booking is essential,at least a week beforehand.
Drinks, biscuits and cake will be provided. Please bring a packed lunch. This is different to recent years in order to preserve London Region’s funds as our income from the Coop has dried up,
The course will be run on a on non-residential basis at the Collect BASE KX in North London.
Food will be provided and we are offering a crèche (early booking essential) on site.
To cover the cost of food and materials there will be a charge of £20.
The course will cover the following topics:
About 250 Woodcraft Folk members had a great time on Saturday 13th June on the Dulwich Fort Scout site. The weather
started off a bit grey, but then the sun came out. The adults could reminisce over old photographs, displays and films indoors, but most of the activities were aimed at children who were encouraged to do at least 8 activities to be rewarded with a cupcake decorated with the folk symbol and one of the brand new cloth badges.