Most would agree that the 25th World Scout Jamboree attendees had a unique and challenging summer. On the buffalo lawn this morning, many of them had the chance to come together and talk.

Liz Walker, UK Contingent Leader, introduced the session as an opportunity to “explore, heal and celebrate”. She thanked all attendees for their perseverance as well as having an ability to “dig deep, be flexible and demonstrate resilience”

Lily-Mai, IST, Norfolk said “It was a great opportunity to exchange memories and decompress about our time in Korea”.

Catherine, Assistant Unit Leader, Cambridgeshire said “It was great to reflect on my jamboree experience as a Unit Leader with other Unit Leaders and see how our experience were similar and differed”.