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A photo of a scout covered in mud during the Atholl Experience

The Camp Chief’s Mission

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Done all the activities on the site? (There’s over 60!) Or looking for a fresh challenge? Complete our Camp Chief’s mission and share your efforts on social media using #CCMission and #BlairEverywhere. We’ll pick some of our favourites to share, and there may even be prizes available!

If you social media accounts are private you can share with us by emailing Make sure to tell us in the email if it’s ok for us to share your pictures with other Scouts at Blair Everywhere.

Challenge 1

Make a Giant Blair Badge from materials around the home. Towels, scrap paper, yellow Blair neckies, folders, whatever you can find!

Challenge 2

Blair is all about connections between countries. Visit the Scoutlink Chat and find out about someone in another country

Challenge 3

Visit all 9 camp tents and areas.

Challenge 4

Who loves the mud?  We love the mud. Get outdoors and get muddy!!

Challenge 5

Go for a walk, track your location and try to draw a giant Blair badge or fleur de lis. Can you beat this immense effort by the Camp Chief and family? If you use Strava, join the BlairEverywhere club to share your attempt too.

Challenge 6

The Ultimate Blair Everywhere Quiz

  • What colour is Simon’s Lamb’s spork?
  • What Scottish sport might Raff play?
  • What is Linda’s friend called?
  • What is the name of the hero that stands over Target Park?
  • Who was the first Blair Atholl Camp Chief?
  • What item belonging to the second Camp Chief made an appearance at Blair Everywhere?
  • What festive occasion is celebrated this Saturday at Blair Everywhere?
  • What year did Colin first attend Blair Atholl?
  • What animal does Sharkey sing about?
  • What is the camp chief’s nickname on Scoutlink?

We’ll reveal the answers at the end of Blair Everywhere!

Challenge 7

Try not to get rained on!

Scouts having a party at Blair Atholl Jamborette 2018

Join the Scoutlink Chat Room

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Join us in our Blair Everywhere chat room and talk to other young people from around the world taking part in Blair Everywhere on ScoutLink!

The chat room will be open

Friday 6.30pm – 9pm

Saturday 2pm – 10.30pm

Sunday 11am – 3pm

The Thinking Times – Friday

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Welcome to the first edition of this year’s Thinking Times. Feel free to print them out and display them somewhere where you can take a few minutes during the day to think.

We hope that these provide you with daily stimulation giving you ‘food for thought’, a smile, a challenge, and maybe all three.

Someone taking a picture outside with a mobile phone

Our Social Media

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You can find us on:





Who else is doing Blair Everywhere?

If you want to see how other people are joining in, why not look at the #BlairEverywhere hashtag on different channels.

(Remember, we don’t moderate or control or endorse the content in these hashtags! Please follow the Scout guidelines for Staying Safe Online when you post about Blair Everywhere)

#BlairEverywhere on Facebook

#BlairEverywhere on Instagram

#BlairEverywhere on Twitter

#BlairEverywhere on TikTok

The Blair Everywhere badge design. Shaped like a shield. Blair Everywhere is at the top on a purple stripe. Then a drawing of Blair Castle. 2020 is in a yellow banner at the bottom.

How does Blair Everywhere work?

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Welcome! There are lots of ways you can join in with Blair Everywhere.

You can watch our Live Events on our Facebook page.

You can head to the campsite map to find all kinds of activities – there are 9 tents and areas to find!

You can join us on Scoutlink – our online chat room.

You can share your pictures and videos on social media using the hashtag #BlairEverywhere

You can look at our social media posts, and look through the other posts in the hashtag to see how everyone else is joining in.

If you find the campsite map hard to use, there is a list of links to all the areas at the bottom of every page.

Please register yourself or your group if you’re joining in – you can still access everything anyway, but we’d love to know how many people were involved in Blair Everywhere

We hope you have fun, and remember to stay safe, ask permission and get help from an adult when you need it!


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Blair Atholl 2020 special badge

We wanted to maintain the traditional Blair Atholl yellow badge for 2020 participants, but have used the red border to reflect this year’s unusual circumstances.

All young people (Scottish and International) will receive a BA2020 badge, as will International Leaders who had registered and paid a deposit.

Scottish Leaders and their families, who had applied for Blair Atholl 2020, had the opportunity to buy a BA2020 badge. Orders for these have now closed

Blair Everywhere badge

The Blair Everywhere badge is styled after the White Cockade badge, which Explorers can earn at Blair Atholl by participating in a wide selection of activities over the course of the camp.

These were available for everyone to buy whether you’ve registered, joined in, or just want to add it to your collection. Orders have now closed

Both types of badges will be manufactured after Blair Everywhere, hopefully in 3-4 weeks, and sent out by our volunteer team. We can’t guarantee shipping dates.

Other merchandise

You can get mugs, badges, pop sockets, hoodies and other Blair merch on the Glasgow Scout Shop website.

Nights Away at home

If your leaders registered you for Blair Everywhere, the nights you spend sleeping in a tent or den at home will count towards your nights away badges.

If you registered for yourself, make sure you let your leaders know that you joined in, and how many nights you spent in your tent or den at home.

And of course, we’d love to see pictures of your set up! Share them with us on social media using the hashtag #BlairEverywhere