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Sussex100 Camp Latest News

Sussex 100 is just days away and with over 150 youth members from Crawley District attending, it is looking to be an exciting event. To help keep parents updated, we have pulled together an aggregated feed showing the latest tweets and social media photos using the #Sussex100. Please note, this is updated in real time and all posts are pulled in automatically so we cannot be responsible for the content. If you would like to see all historical posts as the feed below only shows the latest 50, please click here.

In total there are about three thousand young people attending over the weekend sleeping over in tents for the three nights, looked after by their leaders.The camp theme for the event is the Jungle Book with young people and adults grouped together in sub-camps based on an animal from the stories. Will you be a panther from the Bagerra sub-camp or maybe even a peacock from the Mao sub-camp?

Young people first: Safeguarding and Safety in Scouting

Wherever we go and whatever we do, we put young people’s safety and wellbeing first. Here's how.