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Scarborough Academy of Music's principal Sue Hartley and Katrina Shamel, estate manager for Dawnay Estates, are delighted to present Angela Harrison of North Yorkshire Music Therapy Centre with a cheque for £500.

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The Wykeham Arts Festival was a huge success.

There was a magical atmosphere in the church on Friday evening. The soft glow of candles and fairy lights created the perfect ambience. The audience were "wowed" by the talented young students of Scarborough Academy of Music who gave some exceptional performances. The Mini Manhattans too, thrilled everyone with wonderful harmonies, leading up to their finale - Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

In the second half special guest, Ged Brockie, treated the audience to music on his jazz guitar.

Activities on Saturday enabled people to try their hand at bell-ringing and drumming. There was an art and craft exhibition in the church which everyone could browse at their leisure.

On Saturday evening  Manhattan Voices gave a lively and energetic performance. Their varied programme ensured there was music to please everyone.

The evening was brought to a close with Ged Brockie and local guitarist Lee Patrick.

You will be pleased to hear that plans are already in place for next year's event. 

 Below: Certificate of thanks from North Yorkshire Music Therapy Centre.