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Special thank you
This event would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors. It also required lots of other individuals and organisations to give support and help in many different ways and we would like to say thank you to all the venues, individuals and organisations that have given their time, money and facilities to the event.
Members of the Friends of Aberdeen International Youth Festival
and for their individual support of the event;
Ms Rhona Tayler, Prof Elizabeth Russell, Ms Lorna Sim
Granite City Events
University of Aberdeen staff
The Seven Incorporated Trades of Aberdeen
Volunteers and staff of the Aberdeen International Festival of Youth Arts (AIFYA)
Aberdeen Performing Arts; The Lemon Tree staff; The Tivoli; Queens Cross Church; St Machar Cathedral; The Beach Ballroom; St Mary’s Church, King Street; The Blue Lamp; Old Torry Community Centre; Brechin Cathedral; Stonehaven Rotary; St. Margaret’s Church, Braemar; Ellon Parish Church; Inverurie Town Hall; Salmon Bothy, Portsoy & St. Vigean’s Church, Arbroath.