National policy

Intention to set up a Woodcraft Folk group form

Once you’ve made your decision to set up a new Woodcraft Folk group it’s a great to register you interest with us so that as an organisation we can begin to support you along your new group journey. If you're not yet ready to formally register with us, but you are on your way to setting up a group we would encouarge you to complete an ‘Intention to set up a Woodcraft Folk group’ form and return to head office. 

By completing the form you'll receive:

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 and further supporting documents & guidance were produced in 2019. 

All of the documents listed below contain background information, the law and practical advice for group leaders, covering:

Aims and Principles Photo Story

Here's a photo story explaining Woodcraft Folk's Aims and Principles.
 
You might find it useful in introducing Woodcraft Folk to children and parents.

Folk Supply Policy

Below is Woodcraft's Folk Supply Policy. If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk.

Ethical Policy

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Ethical Policy for groups and districts. If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk. 

Expenses Policy (including Travel Guidance)

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Expenses Policy (including guidance about travelling on Woodcraft Folk business). If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk.

Training Policy

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Training Policy. If you have any queries about this document, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office on 020 7703 4173 or info@woodcraft.org.uk. 

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2012

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2003

  • Strategic Review Motion

This conference welcomes and endorses the new strategic review "The Beat Goes On", covering the period 2003-2008.
Conference urges all Nations, regions and districts to use this document to help develop their own strategies over the next five years.

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