Information for Overseas Patrols

For parents, Scouts and Contingent Co-ordinators

Information for Overseas Patrols

 

To express an interest in attending the camp, please complete the form here…… http://bit.ly/BA2024International

We will update this page with important information and guidance as soon as it is available, so please check back regularly. We will also email the head of each contingent with new information when we have it.

Fees
The fee for all Youth participants at the 2024 Jamborette is calculated at £450 per person. Adult participant fees are £380. Patrols should comprise six scouts. In extraordinary circumstances, patrols of 7 may be considered after consultation.

The fee will cover all catering, activity, and camp facilities costs for the duration of the Jamborette. Patrol camping equipment is provided by Scottish Scouts. In 2024 we have reverted to arrangements similar to 2018; the fee does include travel to and from the Jamborette site at Blair Atholl and 1 nights accommodation before and after.

Payment Schedule
Overseas Contingents
On acceptance Non-Refundable Deposit Payment per Scout £30.
01 February 2024 – Stage Payment per Scout £140.
01 April 2024 – Final Balance Payment per Scout £280.
01 April 2024 – Fee Payment per Adult Participant £380.

Pre and Post Camp arrangements

The camp cost includes 1 night accommodation on 15th July 2024 near an entry port in Scotland such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, or Aberdeen, onward travel to the camp, travel to the departure port after the camp, and 1 night accommodation near to that destination.

As a camp are unable to arrange Home Hospitality (in the homes of Scottish Scouts due to The Scout Association rules). If you wish to extend your stay in Scotland and seek to spend time with Scottish Scouts (eg in local scout campsite, scout accommodation or while you use hotel accommodation) before or after the camp we can help to identify options. There are Scout Groups around Scotland who are keen to host contingents.

 

Code of Conduct

All staff members (Scottish and Overseas) at the Blair Atholl Jamborette must agree to follow and adhere to the Code of Conduct included in the Information Booklet.

Please follow these guidelines to keep yourself and everyone else safe and help us all have a great Jamborette.

The Scouts have a Child Protection Policy, Safety Policy and guidelines on “Scouting and Alcohol” and the  “Scouting and Alcohol – Green Card”. All persons present at the Jamborette must familiarise themselves with the content and abide by these rules whilst on the site.

All Staff members must follow direction from the Camp Chief, as the Regional Commissioner for the event, and his Core Team.