UK-Contingent-Logo_CMYK_small23rd World Scout Jamboree – Kirara-hama, Japan

The World Scout Jamboree is a gathering of tens of thousands of Scouts and Guides from almost every country in the world who, for ten days live together, experience each others cultures, take part in exciting activities and have an amazing adventure.

The first World Scout Jamboree took place in London in 1920 and has continued since, always uniting Scouts and Guides with messages of peace and global understanding.

Between 28 July and 8 August 2015, 3,500 Scouts and Guides from across the UK will be joining others from around the world in Kirara-hama, Japan for the 23rd World Scout Jamboree.

The theme of the jamboree will be ‘Wa’ meaning harmony, unity, friendship and peace allowing a ‘spirit of unity’ to share others’ cultures and faiths, take part in adventurous activities and grow as global citizens to tackle world issues.

UK Scouts and Guides are currently preparing for the jamboree, forming friendships, fundraising and preparing so that when they return home, they will have developed skills and knowledge to act as global citizens keen positively affect their local communities and demonstrating commitment to Scouting and creating a better world.

For more info, have a look at the Bucks Unit info Bucks news 4 Oct The TwoCANs Unit News – Winter 2014 Bekehabu News Issue 1



Christmas Greetings and the latest news on Unit 8 can be found here CHRISTMAS NEWS LETTER 2015


In the Press, a Scout from Viper Explorers, Milton Keynes is set to climb 3,776 meters (the equivalent of Mount Fuji) to raise funds to attend the World Scout Jamboree in Japan this summer.  Read more:
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The latest news on Unit 8 can be found at Bucks news 6 July and the latest news for Bekehabu Unit 75 is here Bekehabu News Issue 2


Following a very successful Jamboree, Unit 8’s latest newsletter can be found here. Bucks news 7 September