The Woodcraft Folk

The Woodcraft Folk

Woodcraft Folk is a UK-based educational movement for children and young people, and registered charity no. 1073665. The constitutional object of this youth organisation is "to educate and empower young people to be able to participate actively in society, improving their lives and others' through active citizenship."

Woodcraft Folk
Founder(s) Leslie Paul
Type Educational Charity No. 1073665
Founded 1925
Headquarters Units 9/10, 83 Crampton Street, London, SE17 3BF, UK
Origins Kindred of the Kibbo Kift, Scouting and Cooperative movement
Key people Chair of General Council: Pat Hunter
General Secretary: Jon Nott
Area served United Kingdom
Focus Environmentalism, Internationalism, Children's Rights, Cooperation and Peace
Method Popular education and Scouting
Members c. 25,000
Motto Education for Social Change; Span the World with Friendship
Website www.woodcraft.org.uk
References: Member of International Falcon Movement - Socialist Education International

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