News and stories
Woodcraft Folk members are welcome to attend a talk on the Kibbo Kift to be given by Dr Annebella Pollen (Brighton Central and Hove Woodcraft District) on Saturday 28 November at University College London.
The talk, which complements Annebella’s Kibbo Kift exhibition currently at the Whitechapel Gallery in East London, is free to attend and is part of the Public History Discussion Group held at UCL (Institute of Archaeology). Doors open at 11am for refreshments and the talk begins at 11.30am prompt.
Obituary for Peter Sharp – Woodcraft Folk
Born 21.04.1920- Died 22.10.2015
Sustaining existing groups is one of Woodcraft Folk’s strategic priorities, to support this activity the Development team have recently asked all groups and Districts to complete a sustainability survey, looking at the key areas that we believe impact on group sustainability:
• The people you need
• Being part of the Folk
• Staying safe
• Publicity and outreach
• Programme planning
Weekend of November 29th people across the world will come together to demand just and fair solutions to the climate crisis.
Here in the UK, thousands of us will march and call on our government, the international community and civil society to deliver a Just Transition to a fairer, more sustainable world - join us!
Woodcraft Folk is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a photographic exhibition, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, at London’s City Hall, on the south bank of
the River Thames by Tower Bridge.
Eco Notebook & Pen-New to Folk Supply!
New to Folk Supply the Eco notebook & pen made from recycled materials. In a choice of four colours, green, red, blue or black. Each notebook holds 70 sheets of plain paper with elasticated closure. A6 size (14.5 x 10cm), perfect to slip in a pocket, bag or at £1.50 each the ideal stocking filler!
V-Camp 2016 is coming up in less than a year! Plans are underway, the site is booked, the theme is selected, tickets are going on sale soon! The coordination team have been putting the ground work down and things are about to take off!
What a momentous occasion! Woodcraft Folk is ninety and Scotland celebrated in style. About 150 folk, young and old, veterans and newbies from across Scotland came together at Garnethill Multicultural centre in Glasgow to delight in a wondrous party.
The negotiations on Europe's new visa rules (which don't apply to the UK but do apply to much of the rest of Europe) are close to being finalised.