Yesterday was full of crafts and adventure. Activities ranged from glass etching to beady animals, air rifles to trapeze. It’s been great to see everyone getting involved in all that the jamboree has to offer.
The poppy making in our sub camp has continued throughout the day, having now reached the 300 mark. Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far. However, this still leaves us with more than 600 to make. If you have any spare time, we’d love you to come and make one. We will be sharing all of them with Norfolk libraries once the jamboree is over. Similarly, if you have any more 2l bottles, drop them to us and we’ll make sure they’re made into new poppies!
On another note, if you haven’t seen already, outside our activities tent there is the facility which shows what weather we are experiencing on the sub camp.
Our weather rock has the capabilities to tell you what the weather is like right there and then, proper 40s technology you will not want to miss. Thank you Lichfield for lending us this piece of sophisticated equipment.
With only two more papers to go, if you still want to be featured either on our Facebook page or here in the newspaper, come and speak to us.
We will be interested to hear any anecdotes from your day or see anything story-worthy. It’s always great to hear about what you’ve been up to!