general council

Get involved and develop your role in Woodcraft Folk

Make Woodcraft Folk your movement by getting involved, having a say in what happens, helping to create amazing experiences for others and supporting other members.

There are so many ways you can help out and have a great time along the way, so get involved in a way that suits you and help make Woodcraft Folk bigger and better for everyone.

Ways to have your say in Woodcraft

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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.

Norwich District Woodcraft Folk Publicity Leaflet

Produced by Norwich Woodcraft Folk with support from the Better Known and Understood team of General Council this generic publicity leaflet explains Norwich Woodcraft Folk to new parents.

GC Report September 2010

Here you will see Carly Walker-Dawson's report of the last General Council meeting.

  GC Report September 2010

General Council is the board of trustees of The Woodcraft Folk, who are elected by the membership at Annual Gathering, DF Althing and the Scottish and Welsh gatherings. General Council meets face-to-face approximately every two months. Carly Walker-Dawson summarises the main outcomes of the last General Council meeting, 25-26 September 2010, in Manchester:

The Big Plan review

General Council Minutes

In line with the decision of the 2010 Annual Conference, we'll post minutes of General Council here within a month of the meeting. 

General Council members

Members of Woodcraft Folk's General Council

All members of General Council are volunteers and members of Woodcraft Folk. They're drawn from various regions and age groups of Woodcraft Folk, and include representatives of Scottish Woodcraft Folk, Gwerin y Coed (Woodcraft Folk in Wales) and District Fellows.

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