press and publicity

Guide to editing your group's page

Do you want to give your Woodcraft Folk group its own space on the Woodcraft website? You're in the right place!

Talk to your group about what they'd like to put on the website, and volunteer as your group's Web Manager. Ask your Group Leader to get in touch with us and we'll make sure you have a log in and support to get started.

Create your own Community

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Woodcraft Folk members can now create their own digital Communities. So if you've been looking for a way to invove Folk across the movement in a topic close to your heart - whether it's campfire cooking, co-operative games, Woodcraft Folk's visa campaign or any other subject - an easy way to do it is now available.

Woodcraft Folk statement on March 22 actions: for press and public release

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Woodcraft Folk supports March 22nd Actions against Racism and Fascism

March 22nd is UN Anti-Racism Day, which commemorates the 1960 Sharpeville massacre when 69 peaceful demonstrators were shot by police in South Africa.

The Ghost of St. Andrew's Hall Bake Off

Thursday, 6 February 2014
Pioneers in Sheffield made this rather spooky film for their annual Merry Moot. The Pioneers came up with the idea, one of their mums wrote the script and a dad with film-making expertise helped them direct and produce it.

Web tutorials: how to publish content

If you'd like to edit your Woodcraft Folk group's page on this website (see Glasgow Southside Elfins for a lovely example) or you have photos or news you'd like to publish to the main gallery or news listing of the site, watch these videos for a step-by-step guide.

Bromley Venturers postcard

Bromley Venturers created a postcard to promote their group locally. It's a simple design made up of photos and information about what they do and where they meet.

Why not use this as a starting point for making postcards to promote your Woodcraft Folk group?

Case study: Woodcraft stall at a festival

Running a stall at an event is a great way to promote Woodcraft Folk, and to share with the public what we do and why we do it. Lots of Woodcraft groups take stalls and activities to annual local events, and some represent us at summer festivals. Here is Kit's story of taking a Woodcraft Folk stall to Latitude.

What is Woodcraft Folk all about?

This A3 poster is adapted from Brighton's leaflet.  I have changed the words slightly and designed it for this larger format.

Stephen Phillips.

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