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This years JOTI (Jamboree on the Internet) saw both Hawarden and Northop Hall Scouts staying up during the overnight periods to chat to Scout on the other side of the world.

Other members from Gwernamynydd and Mold, Treffynon Cyntaf, and Kinnerton also took part during the daytime sessions.

Popular this year was JOTI TV, where it is possible to see and hear and chat to Groups from overseas.

The annual JamPuz challenges were also done, by most of the Groups who attended and a certificate of participation was awarded.

Taking part also gains each member an ‘Occasional Badge’ – JOTI 2018

G&M Cubs hard at work contacting Scouts from around the world.

Hawarden Scouts making contacts from the far reaches of the world.including Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines and Indonesia to name just a few.

 

G&M Cubs after their session of JOTI 2018