As a result of WFIS requests we have obtained special permission for a limited number of camping places to be available where an open fire can be used for self catering.
There is currently space available for a further 50 people to camp in this area. Please contact Jay Dodson the Camp Chief to request these spaces, which will be allocated on a strictly first come, first served basis. ... See MoreSee Less
If you do plan to cook completely on open fires, I would suggest you book and contact Jay immediately. There is likely to be a lot of demand for these limited places from the people already booked Self Catering and do not usually cook on Gas / Petrol.
John Granger we would like this when you’re booking please.
A bright chilly morning at the Eurocamp18 site for a meeting with the caterers, then on to tesco to make outline arrangements for deliveries for those self catering! Everything is falling in to place nicely! ... See MoreSee Less
For those leaders in the UK, the camp T Shirt Shop is now open! Please follow this link uniformeasy.com/eurocamp-18 It will stay open until the end of the year for home delivery,.in UK After that it will be open for everyone to order for delivery to the camp so you can collect on arrival. Payment can be made with final camp payment to save on international bank charges for this option! If Crew wish to order Navy or black items, please contact me on email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
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You'll have read here this week John that there are many openings for more Baden Powell leaders as so few on the ground now. Huge waiting list of Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Scouts needing leadership. You'll be busy when you come back later this year.
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Funding for youth groups UK-German Connection offers two grants which support joint activities and visits between youth groups in the UK and Germany. Youth Challenge Fund The Youth Challenge Fund is designed to give young people the opportunity to: Enhance their international experience and intercultural awareness. Develop skills in a UK-German context by engaging with young people. Engage in creative, bilateral activities around a selected youth topic, with or without a language element. Instant Impact The Instant Impact programme supports first-time visits for youth groups who have not previously met their partner youth group in Germany and would like to work on future projects together. Both grants can support costs such as travel, accommodation and project resources. The Youth Challenge Fund has three deadlines per year: 31 January, 31 May, and 31 October. The Instant Impact programme has a rolling deadline, and applications can be submitted at any time (at least six weeks before the start of the trip/activity). Facebook Twitter Tel: 0207 824 1573 [ e-mail | website ]
Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowships Posted: 11-Feb-2016 The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust opens its application process for Travelling Fellowships in May each year. Around 150 grants are awarded annually to British citizens who want to travel overseas to gain knowledge, experience and best practice to benefit others in their UK professions and communities. There are ten annual categories, including one currently for 'Young People' (for talented 18-25 year olds who have a passion for enterprise, leadership or community action). Applicants come from all around the UK and from many different backgrounds. Each application is judged on its own merit and no qualifications are necessary. The application to completion cycle is approximately one year long with the deadline to submit an application usually towards the end of September each year. Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Contact: Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Tel: 0207 799 1660 [ e-mail | website ] ... See MoreSee Less