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Hi, I'm Jacob and have been selected to attend the 2015 World Scout Jamboree in Japan along with another 30 Scouts, Explorers and Girl Guides to make up the Buckinghamshire Unit (Unit 8). In total there will be about 3,500 Scouts and Guides across the UK attending the Jamboree! I was selected along with three other Explorer Scouts who live in the Chiltern Vale District. As part of this, we have to raise £1500 to pay towards the Jamboree cost.

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