1st Llanelli Scouts treated all of us to traditional Welsh cakes (made to a secret recipe, originally borrowed from another group).
This is the third jamboree in a row where they’ve delighted contingents with their wares.
All of the troop got involved, with a very efficient production line, weighing the ingredients with extreme care, testing a few maths skills along the way, mixing and finally cutting with precision tools.
It’s safe to say there was lots of Welsh pride about, with somewhat questionable singing to accompany the festival like atmosphere!
One thing is for sure, the end product was flying off the shelf and for good reason as they were delicious! We would like to say a big thank you to Llanelli for treating us to this wonderful experience.
Tuesday night was filled with the sounds of music from our Stars in Their Eyes karaoke, hosted by the charismatic Owen, Tim and Zip with Paul on the decks.
Our evening kicked off with a beautiful rendition of ‘Make You Feel My Love’ by Tasha from 1st Ashingdon Guides, who being a former professional singer, was more than qualified.
Hits such as Wonderwall by 1st Tasburgh and Fresh Prince of Bel Air by our very own sub camp staff went down a treat, but there are a lot more 90s classics to cover.
Our next karaoke night is Thursday at 7.30pm at the 90s activity marquee with song list available by request at the sub camp office, we are taking requests now.
Our Tamogotchis are still going strong with 3rd Dereham and Elmham’s recent incarnation Patrick the Starfish being saved from an overnight cool box stay due to excessive bleeping, a true 90s problem there.