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Go BackGlobal Awareness Partnership Project (GAPP)
The Global Awareness Partnership Project is a way of finding out about International and Environmental issues through fun activities.

Following the great success of the first weekend, the second weekend event is planned for Friday 6th to Sunday 8th March 09.

How can I take part?

The cost has been greatly discounted to £15 as we have received substantial funding from the Department for International Development. It`s taking place at Douglaswood Scout Centre, near Dundee.

The weekend is suitable for all Explorers and Network members as well as leaders.
Click here to download the PDF file

What`s the plan for the weekend?

You can arrive from 7:30pm on the Friday night for fun activities. The event proper kicks off from 9 am on Saturday (registering on Saturday between 8 & 9) with activities (mainly indoor) happening on Saturday am, Saturday pm and Sunday am. On Saturday night we`ll have an international themed party. We`ll wind up at 3pm on Sunday.

What do I get for my money?

Accommodation all weekend. Food is provided from Saturday breakfast through to Sunday lunch including some party refreshments and a Fair Trade Feast on Saturday evening!!! You`ll also get resources to take away with you to run GAPP sessions as part of your unit or sectional programme.

Is there a catch?

Not really. The principle behind GAPP is one of peer education. By the end of the weekend we hope you`ll have gained some of the skills to be able to run some GAPP activities locally.

What do I need?

Activity dress, indoor shoes, outdoor clothes (for activities - weather permitting), sleeping bag.

How do I apply?

Application forms can be downloaded from this website - see PDF attachment, www.theexplorerscouts.org.uk or www.scouts-scotland.org.uk .

Fill in the application form and send it to admin@scouts-scotland.org.uk. Then print and post it with a cheque for £15 payable to `The Scout Association` to Scottish Scout Headquarters, Fordell Firs, Hillend, Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 7HQ.


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