Support the Kilted Krew!

Posted by  Neil  Oct 8, 2018

Support the Kilted Krew!

October 08, 2018 at 12:46 PM

42455677_2401987269828177_8378457802573611008_n.jpgThe World Scout Jamboree journey is by no means complete - we still need your help. So what can you do to support us?

 

Become a Friend of the Jamboree!

Please consider becoming a Friend of the Jamboree - through this we will offer you one of our snazzy unit badges and regular updates of our adventure (like the one below)! For all the details please follow: http://bit.ly/2N6jpjp

 
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for our badges!

You can also support us by purchasing our gold and silver badge sets. They celebrate all six of the Scottish units attending the World Scout Jamboree next year and have been designed by both the young people and DC Thomson. 

Silver sets are £25, plus P&P if you require. 

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Gold sets (there are only 4 80 sets worldwide!) are £50, plus P&P if you require. 

Email nc.kiltedkrew@gmail.com with your interest.

NB: frames for display purposes only. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Come along to the special screening of Touching the Void (11th October, 7.30pm)
 

A Special Screening of the BAFTA Best British Film 'Touching The Void' at the Albert Halls in Stirling. Keith Partridge, the Specialist Mountain Cameraman on this iconic film, will be introducing the film, screening the film in its entirety but then taking the audience on a 'behind the scenes' look at how it was filmed sharing stories from the most challenging times behind the camera. 

Tickets are available from the Albert Halls Box office £12.50, Conncession £10.00. 
Please note that it's a 15 certificate film due to the language!

 
Follow our adventures!
Our most recent adventure was during the 21st to 23rd September all Scottish units attending the the World Scout Jamboree met up for the first time at Fordell Firs with around 200 scouts and guides from all over the country. During the weekend the units mixed together to enjoy a slip n slide, highland games and navigation. Everyone also enjoyed workshops in food hygiene, respect, and wellbeing to help units keep ourselves and others safe and happy during our jamboree journey. Overall everyone had a great time and went home buzzing, excited for the rest of the jamboree experience!
 
Keep up to date by liking our facebook page: http://bit.ly/2N6OQKy or by becoming a Friend of the Jamboree. 
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