Scouting in England is now Green. This means All activities can resume for members who live in England. Residential activities and international travel may take place. Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland guidance may vary. Please check the guidance on the link below for current and accurate information.

Following the Update from the NYA and TSA. Rules for Face to Face meetings and over night activities have changed 06/09/2021. Latest Guidance

Jamboree On The Air

Jamboree on the Air is the largest Radio Scouting event. It was all started in 1957 at the World Scout Jamboree in Sutton park. A group of licensed radio amateurs started it after a successful event station was held.

Getting Involved

None Licensed Leaders Information: For those leaders who don’t have an amateur radio license it is always easier to get involved on the day with your local amateur radio group. They will be able to sort out the necessary licenses and radio equipment needed. To find your local club search on this page here.

Licensed Leaders Information: For those leaders with an Amateur radio license you will need to follow the rules laid out in POR FS120522. Don’t forget to register your station on the official Jota/Joti website. To apply for a NOV for a special event station follow this link.

Common Scouting Frequencies

A few of the common Scouting frequencies are listed below. You will find them for Voice communication as well as CW. These are just listed as guidance and not as a set frequency. Please be respectful if the frequencies are already in use.

BandFrequency (Phone/SSB)Frequency (CW)
80m3.690 / 3.9403.570
40m7.090 / 7.1907.030

Jota Resources

Some resources can be found for Jota on our Downloads Page.