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Adventures for All resources

Banner for Adventures for all, in green red and yellow circles, with a picture of young people on a walk

Welcome to this resources list! If you want to help fundraise for the Christmas Challenge “Adventures for All” campaign, you’re in the right place. This document has information for people who are running fundraising events and for groups that want to help in smaller ways (for instance, telling members’ families about the campaign, and sending […]

Social media graphics

On this page in the side panel, you can download PDF versions of social media graphics that you can use to advertise your group to young people, parents and carers, and potential volunteers. In addition to this, we have provided a leaflet to help with volunteer recruitment for your local group. We are constantly creating […]

Change of information form

Please use this form to update us on changes to your Woodcraft Folk volunteering or membership, personal information, or if you wish to cancel your membership/stop volunteering.  It’s important to let us know about any changes to your contact information so our records can be kept up to date and we’re able to contact you […]

Get in touch with us – Setting up a new group

Thank you for taking the next step in your decision to start a new Woodcraft Folk group. Whether you’re at the point of registering your interest or just want more information you may want to take advantage of joining our New Groups community or booking a call with our Membership & Group Manager to talk […]

Access Membership on Groop – Tutorial video

This short tutorial explains how Membership Secretaries can access membership and screening information for the volunteers in their District. It covers the new membership process, how to access and view the people section and produce reports. If you have any questions regarding Groop, please email groop@woodcraft.org.uk.

Managing Behaviour Webinar

This webinar looks at how leaders can promote positive and cooperative behaviour at group night and overcome challenges as a group. The session focuses on different techniques that can be implemented to ensure safe resolution and prevention. Recorded in 2023.

Have a Good Weekend!

Advice for volunteers attending their first Woodcraft Folk camp or residential trip

Glossary

Woodcraft Folk has been delivering activities for young people for almost 100 years. Over this time, there are phrases and words that are traditionally used to refer to certain activities, roles or parts of Woodcraft folk activities and camping and residential trips.

What to bring to camp / Kitlist

All Woodcraft Folk activities will be slightly different and you will need to slightly adapt your kit list for each event depending on time of year, the expected weather, which activities you will take part in, age of participants and the length of the event. It is good practice to share the recommended kit list […]

Gas Safety Guidance

Advice for groups on the safe use of bottled gas (LPG cylinders) for cooking at camp

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