District Co-ordinator

VCamp: Voyages Update Feb 2019

Monday, 11 February 2019

With just a few days to go until the early booking deadline it’s been a busy month for the VCamp team and Venturer Committee, working hard to make the camp the best it can be! It’s great to see that lots of you have booked now – keep them coming before Friday 15th Feb to get £10 off!

Example grant applications

You can download below example grant applications

Elfin Summer Camp @ Park Farm

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Woodcraft Park Farm are inviting you to an Elfin Summer Camp at their wonderful site in West Sussex.

Latest grants list

The list is in date order and some deadlines are very soon. They will not be applicable to all of you (most are for specific regions), and you might find that none of them are suitable for your district. I have selected them from the latest Funding Central alert as being the most appropriate for WF districts. I hope that a quick scan of this list will allow you to find those sources appropriate to your district.

Local fundraising ideas

We're gathering together ideas from our districts about how to raise funds to support your activities. You will find these in the resources tagged by 'local fundraising', or you can click the links below to go straight to a specific activity.

Please submit your ideas at woodcraft.org.uk/local-fundraising-ideas-webform.

Grant Funding Opportunities for Districts & Groups

This page provides information to help Districts and Groups get grants. (You may also want to check out this guidance on sources of funding produced by the New Groups Project in 2015.)

Equal opportunities policy and procedure

Please find below our equal opportunities policy and procedure.

Group and district annual financial return webinar (Jan 2019)

If you've any questions regarding your financial return or you need additional support in your role as the Group or District Treasurer please email info@woodcraft.org.uk.

Welcome To Woodcraft Folk

#WelcomeToWoodcraftFolk Campaign 2019

Burning the Clocks 2018

Monday, 14 January 2019

This yearly celebration of the Winter Solstice on 21st December in Brighton had the theme 'Remembrance' this year. Brighton Central and Hove District decided to remember refugees/asylum seekers/migrants who bravely make sea crossings to get to a place of safety. Little did we know how important and relevant this would be, by the day of the event, when quite a few little boats bringing asylum seekers had crossed the channel and landed just along the coast in Kent. Our big lantern boat with the remembrance message led all the little boats, which fanned out behind.

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