From the Mitcham Youth Handbook of 1949
SHERWOOD WOODCRAFT FOLK
A part of the Co-operative Youth Movement, the Woodcraft Folk organise youth for social, cultural and recreational activity; develop personality and character through healthy interests and self-discipline; and teach the social significance of Co-operation as a way of living. Activities include hiking, camping, dancing, discussions and debates. Meetings are held in Pollards Hill School on Thursdays at 7.0 p.m., and many outdoor activities are pursued in addition. Particulars may be had at the school or from Mr. G. Renelt (Jr.), 162 Manor Way, Mitcham.
Source: Local Studies Centre, Morden Library, Civic Centre, Morden.
Reference: L2 (369) MIT