Scouts should note that they are really welcome at all events but it would be a better experience for all concerned if they listen to advice at the start. Those on the start have a better idea of the suitability of courses. They can however only advise. We would ask leaders in general to be more proactive in making sure that scouts take easier courses, more suited to their capability. The length of course is irrelevant but the level of technicality is paramount. It is not acceptable to have scouts taking three hours on a light green course when they should have taken an hour on an orange course.
The single tree symbol in column 4 needs additional information in column 5 as to whether deciduous or coniferous when using ocad. I had never noticed this before.