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Waveney Valley Woodies enjoy the benefits of volunteering

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Waveney Valley Folk have enjoyed a great summer, adding volunteering into their plan alongside the usual games, crafts and outdoor activities.

Volunteering activities have included visiting and entertaining residents at a local residential home and litter picking on Dunwich beach with equipment supplied by Surfers Against Sewage. Louisa Yallop says,

Folk Assembly 2017 – A Scottish Adventure

Friday, 30 June 2017

A minibus full of Scottish Woodcraft Folk headed to our UK wide gathering, Folk Assembly, to share skills, experiences and help decide the future direction of our movement.  Eight of the delegation were aged between 10-15 and many had never taken part in a national event. 

Transgender Inclusion

Woodcraft Folk's Inclusion Statement on supporting members who identify as Trans, and encouraging groups to challenge gender sterotypes, was adopted by General Council in March 2017. The document also contains background information and practical advice for group leaders, covering: - definitions of key terms - use of appropriate and inclusive language - supporting adult volunteers who are Trans - running successful camps and residentials Further guidance can be sought through Folk Office, or from the specialist organisations listed on the final page of the document.

Parachute games

Parachute games in Pollok Park

Dyfrdwy walk warm up

Friday, 2 June 2017

Ty Mawr Forest group hiked along the river Dee to warm up for our ADHD Awareness sponsored walk taking place in July. 

Children and young people from Ty Mawr open group and Dyfrdwy open group took part in the walk. Everyone felt a great sense of achievement and most of us were brave enough to cross the Pontcysyllte Aquaduct too.

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