RASPO's successful collaboration with Aberdeen and New York is captured in this published image. Thanks to Berkshire Media Group reporter Maxwell Kusi-Obodum for his support.
RASPO's Notting Hill Carnival project was made possible with valuable and much appreciated support from:
• Jelly's Suzanne Stallard who offered space to rehearse at the Jelly Art Pad in exchange for a small donation.
• BDT boss Jeff Cahill provided the trailer and drivers Wayne and George for the floating stage.
• Angus from S A Scaffolding who, despite the pouring rain, rigged the vital rails for hanging the pans.
• Tracy Milne and Kirsty Roberston from Bucksburn Academy for helping to organise and coordinate transport and accomodation.
• Guy Douglas and Jo Keen from Reading UK CIC for support with local contacts and coordinating outdoor preview performances.
Reading Midweek 7 September 2011
"The group also serenaded almost one million revellers when they performed from their carnival float"
7 September 2011
Many thanks to Bucksburn Academy music teachers Tracy Milne and Kirsty Robertson, and the young musicians from Pandemic Steel Band.
Many thanks go to Jeff Cahill, the boss of Woodley based haulage company BDT for providing the trailer and drivers for RASPO's floating stage.