What should a Woodcraft group try to achieve?

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Local Woodcraft Folk groups should seek to have enough adult volunteers to engage a group of children or young people in fun and exciting activities based on Woodcraft Folks aims and principles, which include:

  • Education for Social Change
  • A Co-operative and Sharing Attitude to Life
  • International Understanding
  • The Rights of the Child
  • Equality for All
  • One World
  • A world at Peace

Activities will vary depending on the age of the group, but should also demonstrate co-operation and equal participation. Tried and tested programme activities are available in the group night activities section of the website.

 

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