Governance and structures

Aims, Principles and Programme

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Aims, Principles and Programme document, which detail the organisation's educational aims and principles, programme of activities and defines aspects of the local structure of the organisation. This forms part of Woodcraft Folk's constitutional documents. If you have any queries about the Aims, Principles and Programme, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office.

Woodcraft Folk's achievements towards the Big Plan

Below is a summary of the achievements Woodcraft Folk has made as part of our work on the Big Plan, our organisational strategy for 2008 - 2013. This PDF includes work by a range of different Woodcraft groups, committees and teams, towards a range of Big Plan ambitions. It was displayed at Annual Gathering 2013 in celebration. 

Decisions Decisions

Decisions Decisions is a poster devised by the TREE Steering Group and TREE Communications Group, to show young members of Woodcraft Folk the main ways they can get involved in decision-making around the organisation, and how to do this.

Structure of Woodcraft Folk

The PDF below aims to show the main elements in the structure of Woodcraft Folk around the UK. It's by no means inclusive of every committee, project or working group that makes up our local, regional or national levels, or our democracy, but hopefully gives you an idea of how we work. 

Cambridge District Annual Report 2012-13

Cambridge District produce a local Annual Report, including news from each age group, District events and their income and expenditure for the year. You can download it below.

Draft Minutes of Annual Gathering 2012

The attached file contains the draft minutes of Annual Gathering 2012. These minutes will be approved at Annual Gathering 2013.

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2012

Woodcraft Folk Annual Review 2010-2012

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2003

  • Strategic Review Motion

This conference welcomes and endorses the new strategic review "The Beat Goes On", covering the period 2003-2008.
Conference urges all Nations, regions and districts to use this document to help develop their own strategies over the next five years.

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