with Harrow Woodcraft Folk


with Harrow Woodcraft Folk


with Harrow Woodcraft Folk

Explore, discover and grow with Harrow Woodcraft Folk

A movement for children and young people, open to everyone from birth to adult. We offer a place where children will grow in confidence, learn about the world and start to understand how to value our planet and each other.


We have three groups and we welcome the participation of parents in group nights and camping. Groups are split by age and listed below.

  • Elfins (6 to 9 years) 6.30pm to 8pm
  • Pioneers (9 to 13 years) 6.30pm to 8pm
  • Venturers (13 to 16 years) 8pm to 9.30pm
  • Kids sitting in the forest having fun
    Make new friends

    Three groups based on age, for boys and girls, meet every Tuesday during school term time. Group programme includes popular games, educational games, group projects, drama and woodcraft skills. Activities vary from week to week.

    Tents in the forest
    Camp locally in Ruislip

    We camp four times a year, three short local camps at Bad Mess Wood in Ruislip and one summer camp. We have all the equipment and expertise you need to camp, including tents, cooking equipment as well as washing and toilet facilities, all on established safe camp sites.

    Campfire at Harrow Woodcraft
    Learn new life skills

    We encourage parents to come along with their children. On camp you have the opportunity to learn new skills, including how to build a camp fire, map and compass skills, orienteering and various woodcraft games. All while connecting with nature!

    For more information on Harrow Woodcraft and how to join, contact us on: info@harrow-woodcraft-new-members.org.uk

    This website has been created by Harrow Woodcraft Folk to encourage new membership for children and adult volunteers. We are part of the Woodcraft Folk and as such take safeguarding very seriously. All our leaders, adult volunteers and any adult attending camp is DBS checked. A DBS check is part of the joining process of the Woodcraft Folk movement.

    For more information on Woodcraft Folk: www.woodcraft.org.uk

    For more information on Harrow Woodcraft Folk: www.harrowwoodcraftfolk.btck.co.uk