An upcoming performing arts competition for children in the north-east has been cancelled.
Make It Happen was due to take place at the P&J Live arena on June 12, with a number of primary and secondary schools in Aberdeenshire signed up to take part.
Now, it has been cancelled due to following government advice on coronavirus.
Make It Happen would have brought together more than 800 pupils from across the north-east to perform following the collapse of annual UK wide dance competition Rock Challenge.
Following Government advice to close all schools the hard decision was made to cancel the Make It Happen event due to take place on 12 June. Find out more: https://t.co/1UcP4sqqR5#pandjlive #makeithappen #aberdeen #aberdeenshire #loveaberdeen @makeithappenabdn pic.twitter.com/voss54Fl1C
— P&J Live (@PandJLive) March 27, 2020
The schools that were signed up to take part were Stuartfield Primary School and Fetterangus Primary School (joint entry), Sandhaven Primary School, South Park Primary School, Meiklemill School, Crimond Primary School, Rosehearty Primary School, Fraserburgh St Andrews Primary School, Buchanhaven Primary School, Mackie Academy, Mintlaw Academy, Fraserburgh Academy and Peterhead Academy.
A statement from P&J Live said: “Following Government advice to close all schools the hard decision was made to cancel the Make it Happen event due to take place on June 12.”