Hands In 2017
During the Spring term groups are being encouraged to think to the future - what are their ambitions for their group and the wider movement as we head towards our centenary in 2025.
This year's Hands In activities are all linked to gathering feedback from children and young people about the things they enjoy in Woodcraft Folk and the things they wish to improve. The feedback will inform Woodcraft Folk's strategic plan, which currently has 3 priorities:
- Supporting new groups
- Sustaining existing groups
- Reaching out to new communities
A Hands In activity pack was sent to all Group Contacts in December to support session planning, see document attached below for more information.
All groups who participate in Hands In activities will receive a badge.
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