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Trails Roadshow FAQs
|1||If Moot is urban based is there provision for funding for use of public transport?||The cost of transport within a Trail is currently provided for within the programme budget. In addition, there is provision for one internal transfer during a Trail.|
|2||How are the tribes made up?||Tribes are made up of 4 international patrols, consisting of 10 individuals of each patrol. They will be allocated prior to arrival at your Trail.|
|3||I forwarded some suggestions a while ago and I am still willing to help any way I can.||Thanks for getting in touch! We'd encourage you to form a Trail team and submit a Trail application by the 28th February 2022|
|4||What is the allocation for camping per night per person?||The budget for accommodation is €5 per person per night. In certain circumstances, due to the type of Trail, different accommodation may need to be used, and budget will be decided on a case by case basis.|
|5||Will there be a supported team at the each trail campsite to back up campsite staff.||There will be an allocation of IST assigned to each Trail. They will have basic training provided such safeguarding and site safety, however Trail specific training will need to be catered for outside of allocated programme time.|
|6||How long would you like a trail to be?||Trails will be 5 nights long (18th July 2022 - 23rd July 2022) . There is an example in the Trails Framework document of a Trail. It is important to note that Trails do not have to be moving and can operate from a static camp site.|
|7||Do the activities have to be in your own county?||No. Wherever you can provide interesting programme (within the allocated budget) is okay.|
|8||Can the additional budget cover portable toilets and showers?||Costs for facilities will come out of the accommodation budget, which is €5 per person per night. In certain exceptional circumstances, extra budget may be allocated for accommodation depending on the requirements of that Trail. We can work with the logistics team if you feel your Trail needs portable toilets and showers.|
|9||Will the trails be using our National Scout Centres?||It would be great for each of the Scout Centres to run their own Trails if they so wish. Alternatively, Trail organisers may wish to use National Scout Centres for their accommodation needs. However, it wouldn't be advisable to have several Trails operating from the same campsite.|
|10||What size groups would we be looking at accommodating in our county?||Trails are organised in Tribes of 40 participants. We are hoping that each Trail will allow for up to 4 Tribes. All 4 Tribes can be located in the one area; or you may wish to run your Trail in opposite directions with 2 Tribes going each way. if your county might not have the capacity to run a full Trail of 160 participants but you are still interested in running a Trail, please get in touch with us|
Download our Roadshow PowerPoint below;
16th World Scout Moot ~ Trails Framework
This framework provides a comprehensive guide to organising a Trail in your area. It goes through the various aspects of putting together a Trail, and what we need from you. A number of online roadshows will take place in the 2nd week of February to compliment the Trails Framework, and to give you an opportunity to speak to members of the Trails Team.
Ready to submit your Trails Application?
Having read the framework document from above, you and your team should now be armed with the information needed to put together an exciting and vibrant Trail.
The next step is to put your team together to run this Trail, remembering youth participation is very important, and it would be useful to have some Rover aged people on your team whilst putting your Trail together.
The application form is linked below, and we ask you to fill this in and return it to us before the end of February 2021. Our Team will then go through all the applications and work with local & Provincial Trail leaders to ‘fine-tune’ all Trails.