- Participants under 11 (Beavers and Cubs) and (international) staff (I) ST
We offer full board in the large catering tent for our younger participants and our busy staff teams. The catering tent is located right in the middle of the Go|Urban city centre. Our catering team is already looking forward to welcome our small and older guests.
A copious breakfast strengthens participants for the day ahead. At lunchtime, a varying lunch buffet with a diversity of dishes quenches small attacks of hunger. The main meal is served in the evenings, in a good atmosphere in the large tent.
- Participants over 11 (Scouts, Explorers, Ranger-Rover etc.)
The older participants shall by no means go hungry during the camp. To give groups a maximum of flexibility, a supermarket in the Go|Urban city centre provides them with a large offer of food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Groups can use wood and/or gas for their cooking. Wood is free, whereas gas cylinders can be purchased on site.
A recipe book with sample menus helps groups with shopping and cooking. The supermarket’s opening times allow perishables to be picked up shortly before cooking in order to avoid waste.
As far as possible and sensible, the supermarket offers food which complies with our sustainability concept. Fruit and veg for instance are exclusively organic and preferably seasonal and regional.
For participants with allergies, the supermarket offers a small section with appropriate products. Important items which are not on stock can be ordered for the next day. The supermarket’s offer is completed by a non-food section with items usually needed for everyday life in the camp.
The payment method is a “credit card” with a points account, which each group receives for the duration of the camp. The system is the same as for other larger camps or Jamborees. It allows groups to decide themselves on what they want to spend their budget.
Luxembourgish units will be teaming up with international units and can help international guests reduce their load of kitchen utensils, that they bring to Luxembourg.