Twinning

Twinning at a events

Twinning at camps and events

Camps and events such as training or regional gatherings are often places where Woodcraft Folk members go to socialise, network and form new friendships. So this these places are ideal to build twinning into. Twinning can be something that last one weekend or for years, it can be big or small. As with all Woodcraft Folk it’s about what’s best for the members not rules and structures.

Twinning at a event

Twinning at camps and events

Camps and events such as training or regional gatherings are often places where Woodcraft Folk members go to socialise, network and form new friendships. So this these places are ideal to build twinning into. Twinning can be something that last one weekend or for years, it can be big or small. As with all Woodcraft Folk it’s about what’s best for the members not rules and structures.

See attached a guide to help you do this at your events and camps.

Ice skating in the south east

Monday, 20 January 2014

For the third year running, over 100 members and parents from Knaphill, New Malden, Spelthorne, Tolworth & Kingston and Walton districts came together for an ice skating session at the Hampton Court Palace open air rink on 10th January. It rained a bit but not enough to dampen the spirits of those gliding around on the ice. New contacts were made and we plan to do other joint activities in the future.

Twinning Lonely Hearts

Twinning Lonely Hearts

Looking for a Twin? Contact one of the districts directly.

 

Twinning Lonely Hearts

Twinning Lonely Hearts Logo

Twinning

 Twinning

“If any should be weary we will help them along”

Aims and Principles

“I have always said that the W.F. motto of "Span the World with Friendship" should start with other districts in the U.K. and not just other Countries”.

Twinning follows the key aims and principles of Woodcraft particularly:

Introducing Joe Wyatt

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Joe Wyatt – Group Support

I would like to introduce myself: I’m Joe Wyatt and I’m the new Development Officer focusing on Group Support. So who am I? I’m a 25 year old who lives in the Guildford area. I became involved in youth work when I became a member of the UK Youth Parliament at the age of 17, since then I have become more and involved in youth voice and youth rights. I’ve been through all the stages, participant to young leader to volunteer then finally a full time worker, where I worked for 3 years as a participation worker at UK Youth.

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