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Kent International Jamboree 2009 (Jul-Aug 2009)

Three of our Scouts went to KIJ09 on a joint camp with Scouts from 2nd Swanley.

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  • Marquee

    Did anyone bring the pitching instructions?

    Marquee
  • Patrol Tent

    Pitching the first Patrol tent.

    Patrol Tent
  • One done

    First Patrol tent and Marquee pitched.

    One done
  • Both done

    Both Patrol tents now pitched.

    Both done
  • Our Gateway

    The Jamboree’s theme was “Heal the World”, and our sub-camp’s was Tolerance.

    Our Gateway
  • Respect

    One of the Scout laws.

    Respect
  • The Green

    The sub-camp had a large communal area at its heart.

    The Green
  • Opening Ceremony

    Getting ready for the Opening Ceremony.

    Opening Ceremony
  • Why are we waiting?

    A bottleneck on the way down to the field.

    Why are we waiting?
  • The Field

    That’s a lot of Scouts, nearly 2,500 in all !

    The Field
  • The Stage

    The stage was the centre for evening entertainment.

    The Stage
  • Open

    The Opening Ceremony concludes.

    Open
  • Breakfast

    Breakfast on the Green on Sub Camp day.

    Breakfast
  • Conga

    A breakfast conga!

    Conga
  • Gang Show

    Our Scouts read a sketch at the Gang Show.

    Gang Show
  • Climbing Tower

    The climbing tower on the activities field.

    Climbing Tower
  • Inflatables

    Some of the inflatables on the activities field.

    Inflatables
  • Packing up

    All good things come to an end.

    Packing up
  • Group Photo

    1st Crockenhill Scouts.

    Group Photo
  • Marquee
  • Patrol Tent
  • One done
  • Both done
  • Our Gateway
  • Respect
  • The Green
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Why are we waiting?
  • The Field
  • The Stage
  • Open
  • Breakfast
  • Conga
  • Gang Show
  • Climbing Tower
  • Inflatables
  • Packing up
  • Group Photo

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