Annual Gathering

Lloyd addresses conference

Lloyd Russell-Moyle, Chair of General Council, gives the closing speech at Woodcraft Folk's 2011 Annual Conference, a key part of the festival of Woodcraft that is Annual Gathering.

Open Space @ AG 2011

'Open Space' session at Annual Gathering 2011, which involved a number of simultaneous discussions on topics themed around "what does it mean to be a member of the Woodcraft Folk?"

Open Space @ AG 2011

Woodcraft Folk members discuss ways to "make it very easy to join" during Open Space at AG 2011

Annual Gathering 2011 - Nominations deadline - 12 noon

Event date: 
15 March 2011 - 12:00pm
Event location: 
Walesby Forest Scout Centre, Nottinghamshire

The deadline for nominations to General Council and Standing Order Committee is 12 noon on Tuesday 15 March.

You can find the nomination forms here.

Please send nominatons to the General Secretary.

If you are thinking of standing for General Council, please note that the first meeting of the new General Council will be a residential meeting on the weekend of 11/12 June.

Annual Gathering 2011 - Amendment deadline - 12 noon

Event date: 
15 March 2011 - 12:00pm
Event location: 
Walesby Forest Scout Centre, Nottinghamshire

The deadline for amendments is 12 noon on Tuesday 15 March. Please send amendments to the General Secretary.

You can find the text of motions here.

Motion 19: Link age of delegates to age-group represented – RULED OUT OF ORDER

This Annual Conference believes that we are a democratic youth organisation and that as such young people should be encouraged and supported to participate as much as possible. This Annual Conference agrees that delegates for Venturer and DF groups must be of the age range that they are representing and resolves to amend the Constitution as follows:

Motion 18: Full and Supporter Membership – RULED OUT OF ORDER

This Annual Conference resolves that there shall no longer be the option of full or supporter membership of the Woodcraft Folk. Any member of the Woodcraft Folk will be a full member, with an additional option of whether the given member requires a CRB assessment or not. The membership form will explain that a CRB assessment is required if the individual works with children on more than one occasion per month or stays overnight with children.

Proposed and Seconded by Brighton Hill Fort District

 

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