News and stories
London Region of the Woodcraft Folk held its regional camp at Lyons Copse near Southampton in the first week of the school holidays, from 26th of July until 2nd August. With well over 600 participants it was over twice the size than the camps held in 2005 and 2010 and 17 of the 26 London districts took part. They were joined by two German delegations as well as delegations from France and Catalonia. The dry weather helped to make it the best ever camp for many.
150 Woodcraft Folk friends from Scotland and Wales met for a hugely successful Celtic Camp 2014 this August. The competitive nature of the preceding Commonwealth Games was a marked contrast to the co-operative nature of the camp. As one Edinburgh Elfin succinctly put it "It was good".
The Little Otter Express is the newsletter created by Camden and Hackney Districts for their village at London Camp, you can download it below to discover all the excting things we got up to!
Following recent funding success, Woodcraft Folk will be launching its largest new group project ever!
The Cabinet Office funding will enable Woodcraft Folk to employ a small team of New Group Support workers to reach out to new communities across West Yorkshire. The 19-month project will:
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Dyfrdwy Gwerin y Coed Peace Camp July 2014 Llanfihangel GM
Dyfrdwy District (and delegation from Eryri) had a wonderful weekend camp at the Crown Inn in Llanfihangel GM, Denbighshire. The site was a strip of grass between woods and river which had to be reached by driving over or walking through a ford. It was a fantastic place to camp even though there was not enough space for the traditional circle of tents. A full moon shone over the camp on Friday night while we cooked vegetable soup and toast over the fire.
The Kingswinford District have been busy fundraising and have successfully raised just over £800
Hello one and all,
Last month Woodcraft Folk pilotted the New Group Journey - a new online training resource for new groups and new volunteer leaders. The resource is the first step in creating an accessible training format for our thousands of volunteers.
Following additional funding from the National Voluntary Organisations in Scotland Fund, Woodcraft Folk are now looking to add to its online training resources by creating two new modules:
Keep up-to-date with the latest news and events from the London region.