Christine Kydd and I as Ceilidhmakers delivered songmaking projects in many Aberdeenshire primary schools, most recently along the River Dee.
We also delivered in 2017/8 a Telling Our Stories songmaking project in four communities around the Tay Estuary, part of the Tay Landscape Project.
We helped celebrate co-operation in Scotland in song over the centuries with the new Scottish Cultural Co-op, beginning with the 1761 Fenwick Weavers who started it all, and in 1769 formed the first documented food co-operative.
More recently Andy Shanks joined us in Ceilidhmakers for work in Kirriemuir, Johnshaven and Balintore.