News and stories
As part of the celebrations for Woodcraft's 90th year Sheffield Woodcraft arranged a walk to visit the place where Woodcraft in Sheffield First began. A contigient of Woodies set off from Hathersage to walk up towards Stanage Edge where just below the edge the 'Rock of Resolution' was to be found.
The second edition of Rainbow Resources is now available with new and updated content, following the success of the 2011 edition.
The people behind STIR magazine - a quarterly publication that promotes co-operative and community-led alternatives - have just organised a 6 month programme of training workshops. These workshops will introduce participants to new tools, innovative strategies and the practices that can enable us to face up to climate change, financial inequality and the other social problems we experience.
Fleeces are back in stock!
Fleeces are back in stock. And just in time for those frosty mornings and cosy nights around the fire at spring camp.
Lockerbrook Centre is delighted to announce our new partnership for 2015 with Lindley Educational Trust.
March 21st is UN Anti-Racism Day, which commemorates the 1960 Sharpeville massacre when 69 peaceful demonstrators were shot by police in South Africa.
It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the death of our father, Alfred Wess (98years) on the 15th of this month.
Final deadline for applications: Monday 27th of April
Places are still available for Members to attend the Oral History Training on the 13-15 March at the Darsham centre.
We’re excited to announce the dates for this years Annual Gathering to add to your Woodcraft Folk calendars which will be