Kinsfolk

Kinsfolk are member who are over the age of 20, Kinsfolk often hold informal events and activities with older members of the District Fellow age group.

Woodcraft Folk AGM - Final Agenda now available

Friday, 14 August 2020

This year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday 13th September 11:00-13:00. This year’s meeting will be held on line and limited to the functional elements of the AGM. Notably there will only be two motions, regarding accepting the accounts and appointing the auditors only.

Common Ground - Follow your dreams and dream big

Event date: 
6 August 2020 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Event location: 
Online

 Each day during our online Common Ground will be taken over by a programme centre. Thursday is all about feminism.

Common Ground - Ecofeminism in modern world order

Event date: 
6 August 2020 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Event location: 
Online
This session will be focusing on Eco-feminist projects like Biogas plant that produces electricity and gas through modern toilet waste which would be another s

Volunteer Fundraiser needed

Friday, 17 July 2020

Do you have a few spare hours a week to help Woodcraft Folk with fundraising? We're on the look out for a volunteer to help us with the following tasks to support the national movement and our local groups: 

Biblins open for household camping and working week

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

A socially Distanced Working Week

The relaxing of the lockdown restrictions means’ we are once again able to welcome campers to Biblins. This summer, from 8th July - 1st September we’re opening to family and household groups.

The guidance allows for 2 families to stay overnight, so why not bring a friend a share a pitch. Weekends are booking up fast but there are more options for a mid week break. The burrow, our wonderful hobbit like building built into the hillside is also available for families.

Update from General Council

Monday, 13 July 2020

During lockdown General Council have been meeting to discuss all things Woodcraft. They've put together this great video to introduce themselves to you and update you on what is happening within the movement and the road map to re-opening after the covid-19 lockdown. 

General council's main responsibilities are to help set and fulfill the main objectives of the organisation, make sure we've enough money to do what we want, set policies, employ staff and ensure we met all our legal obligations as a registered charity.

Lockerbrook is open from 18 July for family bookings!

Friday, 10 July 2020

We are so excited to be able to re-open Lockerbrook from 18 July to single household/family bubbles. Come and stay with us and support  one of the oldest Woodcraft Centres in the Peak District.  

Lockerbrook is open

Book your family holiday now at Lockerbrook for summer 2020!

Park Farm Open for Bubble Camping

Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Welcome to our "Bubble camp" at Park Farm Lurgashall

Would you like to get away for a small break with your household or small group of friends after July 10th?

Here at Park Farm we are offering a chance to stay at our beautiful 43 acre site near the village of Lurgashall in West Sussex situated in the South Downs National Park for either three or four nights at a time or longer if you want.

Member Update - July 1st

Monday, 6 July 2020

We would like to thank all of our members, volunteers and staff for the fantastic resilience and efforts they have made over the past few months as we have all responded to the Covid-19 crisis. It has been fantastic to see so many groups develop creative ways of continuing to engage and inspire children and young people. We would particularly like to thank the #DreamBigAtHome team and everyone who has shared practice to help the movement learn and respond.

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