Resources: Group Leaders

Hands In project wanted to reclaim the pen and paper and use them to help link us all together. So it was decided that individual members, groups and districts would be encouraged to submit stories, poems and pictures as part of a chain letter. A selection of these submissions have been presented in this booklet to be shared with all members. See eletronic version attached. 

Hard copies are available from Folk Office please email 

Woodcraft Folk is pleased to lauch Woodcraft Folk Everywhere: Climate Action Now - our new toolkit for groups and individuals to explore how we can learn about and respond to the Climate Emergency through practical activities.

This resource has been made possible through the support of YouthLink Scotland, through the National Voluntary Youth Organisations Support Fund.

The resource is divided into four themes:

understanding species, habitats and ecosystems, and how they are vulnerable to the effects of a changing climate

working together creatively to find out more and explore solutions

discovering how global inequalities apply to the climate emergency

exploring how humans need to adapt and change how we live to meet new challenges

Follow the links above to find detailed session plans for a range of activities suitable for all ages and levels of ability. You can find a summary of the programme pack, a guide to the activities and links to further resources by downloading the Information Booklet below

We've launched #DreamBigAtHome!

Our new lockdown website has hundreds of activities and games to do at home, weekly challenges to try and a regular programme of live workshops and events online, as well as information on how our groups can operate during the COVID-19 outbreak.