We hope to see your troop represented in this years event. If you have any questions please ask. It is important that we support your troop to have the best experience possible and remove any barriers to participating. Every troop is welcome no matter the level of experience. There will be the opportunity for Scouts and Adults to learn throughout the programme.
• Mark Gallacher will submit the Form NAN to District.
• Troops are responsible for their own In Touch details
• Mark Gallacher will submit and provide a Risk Assessment for the event
• Please fill in form distributed by email with the details of your Patrol(s), Leaders and Young Leaders.
Send the completed form to Mark Gallacher no later than Monday 28th August. NB Leaders and Young Leaders can be added after this date. This can be sent to [email protected]
• The camp will cost £45 per patrol. This covers Friday & Saturday supper, camp fees and
resources. Please send this via bank transfer by Monday 28th August to the issued by email
• Cost to Leaders and Young Leaders will be £10 to cover food. Can we ask that this is paid at the event? Bring a crisp tenner with you. Please confirm in advance if attending as a Leader.
• Each member of the Patrol should bring the following items, Scout Uniform & Necker with
Woggle. No Friendship Knots. Smart trousers / skirt.
• 3 sets of change of clothes including activity / sport trousers or shorts. No jeans
• Warm fleece or hoodie
• Waterproof jacket and trousers
• Hat, scarf & gloves if cold weather is expected
• Waterproof hiking boots / shoes or wellies. Pair of old trainer like shoes
• Appropriate sleeping bag and sleeping mat
• Personal wash kit and towel
• Torch with spare batteries
• Plate, bowl, cup & cutlery. 2 dish towels
We ask that scouts refrain from bring phones with them.
• If they have one, a watch
• Personal medication (if required)
• Insect repellent
Each Patrol should bring the following equipment
• Patrol tent and if required a smaller tent to accommodate mixed patrols
• Dinning shelter
• Hike tent for a store tent
• Extra pegs and mallets
Patrol box / cooking equipment that includes
• pots & pans suitable for cooking on an alter fire. Would recommend 2 large pots, 2 or 3 smaller pots and 2 frying pans
• maybe add a larger pot for boiling water
• gas stove and gas – hoses & regulators should be in date
• cooking utensils, wooden spoons, jugs, bowls and strainers
• sharp knives and veg peelers
• a couple of tin openers
• 2 pairs of thick working gloves for handling pots on the fire
• Chopping boards
• A good supply of rope and twine for boundary fences, camp gates and gadgets.
• A good supply of staves / broom handles and canes for fences and camp gadgets.
• Lanterns – Battery or Gas
• Water carriers. Not too big that the Scouts can’t carry them
• Table and benches or camp chairs. Chairs can be used as an alternative to benches
• 3 to 4 basins. One of which will be for hand washing
• 2 buckets. One for wet waste and one for a fire bucket
• 3 Tarpaulins. 2 smaller (older) for wood cutting area and covering wood store. 1 larger for covering protecting kit on arrival and departure
• 1 hand axe and 1 bush saw with covers
• Matches, newspaper, fire lighters and kindling
• Cleaning materials including WU liquid, cloths, sponge cleaners, brillo or wire wool, anti- bacterial spray for surfaces,
• black bags and kitchen towel
• Liquid hand soap and anti-bacterial hand gel
• Patrol First Aid kit to cover small cuts, scratches and bites
• Small storage boxes or crates for food and equipment. Cool box(es) and blocks for fresh food
• (If you have them) Alter fire and grill. Everton have a supply of Alter Fires.
All judging will be for the purposes of feedback and to prepare patrols for future competitions.
Training teams will go through exactly the same process as competing patrols. Now please see rules
for further details.