District Co-ordinator

CoCamp pre-camp

Event date: 
1 May 2011 - 1:00pm - 2 May 2011 - 3:00pm
Event location: 
Nottinghamshire

For further details on pre-camp will be available very soon via our website and www.coocamp.coop.

In the meantime if your district is interested in booking to come along to CoCamp 30th July - 9th August please advise them to go to https://woodcraft.org.uk/how-make-cocamp-booking or email cocamp@woodcraft.org.uk with an enquiry.

Annual Gathering 2011

Event date: 
29 April 2011 - 6:00pm - 1 May 2011 - 1:00pm
Event location: 
Walesby Forest Scout Centre, Nottinghamshire

Annual Gathering is the democratic heart of the Woodcraft Folk, but it’s so much more than that. As well as celebrating our achievements over the past year & electing our General Council, we discuss future plans for the movement, share skills & experiences, and enjoy each other’s company in true Woodcraft style.

All members are welcome to attend and take part in Annual Gathering, but if you’d like to register as a delegate representing your district, please contact your district co-ordinator.

'Bored Meeting' training

Event date: 
22 January 2011 (All day) - 23 January 2011 (All day)
Event location: 
YHA Lee Valley, Windmill Lane, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, EN8 9AI

Come and join young and older district, regional and national Woodcraft Folk committee representatives for an exciting weekend of FREE training and networking alongside Development Conference.

Put your Spring clear out to good use and help us raise funds!

Thursday, 28 May 2020

Have you been using this time in lockdown as an opportunity for a Spring clear out?

If the answer's yes, please think about using those unwanted items to help us raise much needed funds for Woodcraft Folk.

EBay has launched a Big Charity Sell where you can sell your unwanted items and opt for up to 100% of the proceeds to be donated directly to a charity of your choice.

According to eBay UK an estimated £51 million worth of unwanted items have been thrown away during lockdown.

Upcoming Online Programme

Tuesday, 26 May 2020

So far we have enjoyed a wide variety of online sessions with participants ranging from Cardiff to Edinburgh to Exeter of all ages. 

Last weekend we enjoyed the #BigCampIN where many camped in their gardens, living rooms, kitchens and balconies and joined live sessions based on activities we would usually take part in at a 'real' camp. 

In the coming months around our usual national online programme we will have themed weeks and weekends where we will have focused activities. The upcoming monthly themes are:

Membership Badge Competition 2021

Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Earlier this year we launched the competition to find next year’s membership badge design. Last year was a chance for groups to think about International friendship and this year in light of the current crisis we wanted our children & young people to think about how they've helped members of their local communities. 

This years competition: 

COVID-19 Appeal

We are adapting our work to reach as many children and young people as possible during the COVID-19 outbreak – but we need your help!

Woodcraft Folk are continuing our role in supporting young people to play games, make friends and learn about big ideas from climate change to social justice through co-operative activities.

Our Development Team has been producing guidance and training for our team of 3,000 volunteers in how to stay safe online and facilitate engaging programme.

Woodcraft Folk Online Programme

Due to government guidance we have had to pause our groups meeting physically for now. We have been working hard on developing online programme nationally and volunteers have been working hard to deliver local online programme so that groups do not miss out on speaking with their friends and engaging in Woodcraft Folk activities. One of the things we are passionate about at Woodcraft Folk is empowering young people and listening to their ideas. We would love to hear from our young members about what they want to see on our online programme.

Staying Safe Online Webinar

Supporting Documents

Groop FAQS

Our Groop FAQs have been developed to support our leaders with using our new online group management system. We’ve put together the most frequently asked safeguarding questions to make it easier for you to find the information most readily needed by our groups and districts.

See our list of 17 clickable questions OR you can scroll below to view all responses. 

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