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Southampton Woodcraft Folk Children's Group - Central Southampton

It's not about wood! Woodcraft Folk is a long-established national youth movement for free-thinking kids. A great place to make new friends outside school, co-operative games, global awareness, regular camps and trips, on the side of peace and human rights. Boys and girls, no uniforms, no religious or political affiliation, parents/guardians welcome to stay or go.  We are a registered charity.

We can be flexible with age groups if needed.  Our groups are run by parents who are DBS checked.  We also have regular camps in the spring and summer which all the family can come along too.  We also normally have a winter camp at an indoor venue.  We have tents and equipment which can be borrowed.  We have reqular socials for all the family. Our groups are term time.  Children and parents are welcome to come along and try out a session or two.

We are planning to set up a new group in Southampton for children aged 6-9 years - we can be flexible on ages an younger siblings welcome.  Sessions planned for the 5th October, 2nd November and 7th December- 2:00-3:30pm at Southampton Common.  Meet outside the Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre.

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Secretary
Contact Position
District contact
E-mail
southampton@woodcraft.org.uk
Website
Woodcraft Folk Children's Clubs
Social Media
Facebook
Charity number
1148195

Where to go

Address
The Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre
The Common
Southampton
Postcode
SO15 7NN
Children's Centre Areas
North Shirley

Time / Date Details

When is it on
2 - 3.30pm Saturdays once a month term time only.
Time of day
Afternoon
Term time only

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£2 Per Session
Details
We ask for a donation of £2 per session or £22 per term

Availability

Referral required
No

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