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Is it possible to run a programme for 7000 participants with only 100 people? Well, don’t know, but we think so and we will try…


The blog “Simply Frenchie” tells you about their adventures at the jamboree. Today you can read about their own restaurant!


Follow the Channel Islands Jamboree Unit on their way to the Jamboree.


The ISTs from the Australian Contingent has now arrived on campsite.


Please be introduced to the core of Latvian Contingent at 22 WSJ, our three scouts from Valmiera: Atis, Pēteris and Pēteris.

More Posts

  • July 18, 2011 View from the camp site

    With only a few days left to the World Scout Jamboree, everything is getting in place. Here is our latest touchdown at the camp site.

  • The Global Development Village is a friendly area for everyone, dealing with global issues. Read about the concept, organization and activities during the Jamboree.

  • July 14, 2011 Socializing

    The opinion of our scout friend kerai about how to take an advantage of the Social Nets to make new friends and having new experiences, Have you ever had an experience like this one?

  • On 1st July, a local television station decided to do a programme on scouts and the problems that confront them. The stage was set at the Masoleum of Quaid e Azam, the founder of Pakistan.