Volunteers from Scottish Scouting attended Pride Scotia on Saturday 15 June 2013...
6 - 8 year olds
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10 1/2 - 14 year olds
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Meggernie is hosting a leaders only weekend from 30 Aug to 1 Sept
Lochgoilhead National Activity Centre is offering a 5 day camp for Cubs from 14th – 20th July 2013
Scottish singer songwriter Sandi Thom surprised Scouts at Blair Atholl Jamborette an exclusive acoustic performance as part of the camp's traditional 'Blairfest' evening on Friday 20th July.
The songstress, who enjoyed worldwide fame for hits such as “I Wish I was a Punk Rocker’ and ‘What if I’m Right?” is visiting Scotland from her current base in California, USA ahead of the August release of her fourth album, Flesh and Blood.
Produced by the Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson, and featuring a rare duet with Buffy Sainte-Marie, the album was recorded at 16 Tons studio, Nashville, Tennessee, making it Sandi’s fourth album following 2010’s critically acclaimed Merchants and Thieves.
Before performing to a crowd of 2,000 Scouts from both the main and satellite Blair Atholl Jamborette camps, Sandi took time to meet with a group of aspirant musicians whom she shared some words of wisdom with, giving them an insight into her creative process and how best to develop their talent.
Her performance at the event was well-received by the Scout audience of mainly 14 to 25 year olds, who sang along to both her old and new material.
Bethany, 13, said: “It was amazing when Sandi Thom stepped on stage and started singing. I remembered a few of her older hits and really enjoyed the new songs. She was really friendly and seemed to enjoy herself.”