We’ve had some requests for the ability to save NAN forms so that they can be submitted later after a cuppa!
To do this, at the bottom of the form will be a “Save” icon like this screen shot;
Once you click this, you’ll be asked to sign in. We use JotForms to manage the forms on our website. If you’ve got a JotForm account and you’d like to use that then please proceed, likewise if you’d like to make one using your Google account or your Facebook account then please proceed.
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE THE OPTION AT THE BOTTOM “Skip Create an Account”
If you click the option we have suggested (“Skip Create an Account”) then you’ll be asked to enter your email address, you will be emailed a link so that you can come back to it later. If you’d prefer not to enter your email address then please use the button “Get Shareable Link” which will provide a link for you to use in the future to edit this form.
If you have any questions then please contact your District Commissioners who can feed it back to us!
Last week I met with the Assistant County Commissioners and we took the opportunity to reflect on many of the great things that have been achieved over the last few years across the County. We came up with a long list including our growth in numbers, the achievement of many youth and adult awards, wood badges and permits, international and local experiences, County and District events, and our website and digital tools. None of these would have been possible without the amazing teams of people supporting young people and fellow adults in the groups, units, District and County teams.
Having reflected on the past we then turned our thoughts to the future and how we build on these achievements, focussing the key pillars of Programme, People and Perception. And it was suggested that this plan should include the resurrection of the CC Blog – so this is the first of an occasional series and thank you for reading!
I finished off my week serving soup in 30 mph winds at the County Night Hike. I was so impressed by the resilience of the 270+ young people who took part in this event in what became quite challenging conditions. Our checkpoint was roughly two-thirds of the way round and we were still greeted with smiles and polite thank yous, even though it was the middle of the night and everyone was getting very tired. There are too many people to thank individually for organising, running and supporting this fantastic event, but I would like to mention Paul Webb and Richard Budd.
In the week ahead I’m looking forward to meeting a new cohort of Young Leaders and helping to deliver some regional training to a group of young adult leaders. I hope that you also have a great Scouting week and thank you for everything you do.