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Seven hundred in Cruinnaght Aeg

Castle Rushen High School, Auldyn Infants School and Ramsey Grammar School were the venues for a fortnight of Manx performing arts competitions for primary and secondary pupils.

The annual Cruinnaght Aeg attracted over 700 entries, with most of the Island's schools taking part in one or more of the 70 classes.

The competition showcased the range of talent in the fields of Manx traditional singing, music and dance, all of which are taught in local schools.

A team of judges provided constructive feedback for each of the competitors, and certificates were awarded for first, second and third places in each class.

(Pictures, left to right: Children from Auldyn School; Perree Bane; Erika Kelly, from QE2 High School).

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