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21st Century Scouting

2000Millennium Celebrations at Gilwell Park, Watcombe Campsite and many other Scout Camps.

11th World Scout Moot held in Mexico.
2001
New logo and uniform introduced.

Modular Leader Training introduced.

2002New training programme launched.  Age ranges revised for all Sections.
Explorer Scouts (15-18) and Scout Network (18-25) introduced.

The 20th World Jamboree was held at Sattahip, Thailand for 30,000 Scouts from 27th December to 7th January 2003.
The Jamboree Theme was Share our World, Share our Cultures.
2003New adult leader training scheme launched.

Venture Scouting closed.
2004Peter Duncan succeeded George Purdy CBE as Chief Scout.
2005Eurojam 2005  held at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex from 29th July to 9th August.
2006Peter Nicol appointed Deputy Chief Scout.

New Activities Permit Scheme introduced.
2007Centenary of Scouting.
Royal Mail issue six special Centenary of Scouting stamps.
Royal Mint issue a commemorative Centenary of Scouting  fifty pence coin.

Scout Michael Perham, 14, became the youngest person to cross the Atlantic single-handed.

21st World Scout Jamboree held at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex from 27th July to 8th August for 40,000 Scouts.
The theme of the Jamboree was One World, One Promise.
2009Television Adventurer Bear Grylls succeeded Peter Duncan as Chief Scout.

Fresh start for Scout Fellowship as Scout Active Support  announced.


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