Publicity

Woodcraft Folk's impact

Experience of group night activities, camps, projects and commitees has a really positive impact on children and young people in Woodcraft Folk. 

Below you can download a summary of what young people told Cadence, our external evaluators, about the impact youth participation in Woodcraft Folk has had on them. The survey was conducted amongst young people who have experienced either activities run at a local or camp level supported by TREE resources, or activities run by the TREE team themselves:

Woodcraft publicity materials

Browse and download current Woodcraft Folk publicity materials here.

You can download our latest logos here: www.woodcraft.org.uk/logos

Publicity Guidance

There are lots of ways to publicise your group. Here are some of the techniques we know work.

Outreach stall guidance

Stalls at community events mean you can target your outreach depending on the type of event you go to.

Playout Guidance

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?

Outreach guidance

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.

Local Plans Flyer

Use this flyer to publicise your group by adding local information. 

PlayOut Handbook

A guide to running PlayOut activities in parks. For more information on PlayOut, click here.

Who are these Folk?

Who are these Folk? is an explanation of Woodcraft Folk, including our history and our Aims & Principles. It's part of the training course Introduction to Woodcraft Folk

The Venturer Film

Watch Southampton Venturers' short film about what it's like to be a Venturer.

Woodcraft Folk - Venturer film from chloe darlington on Vimeo.

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