Come and see Woodcraft Folk in City Hall, home of the Greater London Authority!
Woodcraft Folk is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a photographic exhibition, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, at London’s City Hall, on the south bank of
the River Thames by Tower Bridge.
Pictures taken through Woodcraft’s 90 year history tell the story of its early beginnings, its close association with the co-operative movement, and its founding principles which have remained fundamental to the organisation throughout the decades.
The exhibition focuses on Co-operation: representing equality, working and playing together, and arts and crafts; Span the world with friendship: depicting Woodcraft’s international links; and Education for Social Change: reflecting young people’s involvement in the democratic process, care for the natural world and building a sustainable future.
Open Tuesday 1 December to Thursday 17 December inclusive, in ‘The Ramp’ exhibition space, next to the ‘Map Area’ and café. City Hall is fully accessible and open to the public 8.30am to 6pm Mondays to Thursdays, 8.30am to 5.30pm Fridays.
Greater London Authority, City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA
Tube/BR: London Bridge: 10 minute walk, Tower Hill: 15 minute walk.
Please note: Everyone visiting City Hall must pass through security at the entrance to the building. This includes going through a metal detector and having all bags scanned.
If you have any questions regarding the exhibition or the Heritage project email firstname.lastname@example.org.