Group Leaders

London Region AGM

Event date: 
5 February 2012 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Event location: 
Central London, details to be confirmed

London Region will hold its formal AGM with reports and elections.

The Park Farm Committee will have its AGM on the same day and the new committee will be elected.

Workshops etc will be advertised nearer the time.

SWAN Family Fun Day

Event date: 
1 October 2011 - 10:00am - 2 October 2011 - 11:00am
Event location: 
Escot Park, Ottery St Mary, Devon, EX11 1LU

Brothers and Sisters! Friends, comrades, friends to be and fellow Woodcraft Folk enthusiasts,

It is my honour and pleasure to invite you to the annual South West Area Network Woodcraft Folk Family Funday, to be held 1 October 2011 at Escot (! If you've already attended a previous such annual event, I know I need say nothing more to enthuse you. If you have not, I suggest-in the strongest terms-that you plan to do so. Please book immediately/soon to avoid disappointment, as transportation and bivvying opportunity will be limited.

One Leicester Day 11 Sep 2011

Elected Mayor of Leicester, Sir Peter Soulsby, visits the Woodcraft Folk stall at One Leicester Day on 11th September 2011. 

Food, Food, Food - Camping Cookbook

Great advice and menus when camping with your group or districts. Download local cook books from the attachment below or have a look at the recently published national Woodcraft Folk recipe book, Food Food Food.

Email to order a printed copy of Food, Food, Food free of charge whilst stocks last.


Leading for the Future

What is this?

Leading for the Future is a resource created with children, young people and adults from across Woodcraft Folk to support local groups to explore and develop their understanding of leadership, learn new skills and grow in confidence as young leaders. It is a set of activities, exploring different aspects of leadership, developing new skills and putting them into practice.

Leadership snapshots

These 4 snapshots inspire and guide the sections of Leading for the Future

Leading for the Future - how we got here

The development of the ‘Leading for the future’ programme was guided by a reference group of young people and adults from different parts of Woodcraft Folk.

We explored what leadership meant to us and what leadership meant within Woodcraft Folk to develop this programme of activities.

Have a look at the ideas and interviews in the project archive. How does this compare to what you've come up with in your group? Have we missed anything you think is really important?

Take action

There are lots of ways to campaign, collaborate and make change with Woodcraft’s help:

Introducing Woodcraft

Note: this session plan is an earlier version of the bitesize session - putting the aims and principles into practice. While the bitesize session focuses more on planning your first sessions, you may want to compare the two if you are planning an introductory training session. 

A two hour training session giving a general introduction to the organisation, explaining its aims, roots and background.

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