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Aberdeen maintained its impressive fundraising record on 22 March when the ninth JDRF Gala Ball in Aberdeen, held at The Marcliffe Hotel & Spa, raised £105,000 on the night.
The evening was circus themed, and guests were welcomed and entertained throughout the evening by fire jugglers, stilt walkers, balloon modellers, showgirls and dancing from the Scott School of Dancing.
George Heriot’s School in Edinburgh raised £170 for JDRF in December 2013 by putting on their own Great British Bake Off after being approached by pupil Callum Selman.
The Pearson family have raised over £2,000 for JDRF since son Cameron was diagnosed with type 1 in September 2012, entering the Edinburgh Marathon and swimming the Channel, as well as appearing on Kirkcaldy radio.
Karen Denholm, her friends, family and colleagues raised over £4,000 during a weekend of fundraising that included their very own coffee morning and the Walk to Cure Diabetes Central Scotland.
JDRF supporter Ethne Hepburn organised a concert by Glaswegian singing group Brats and Callets, raising over £3,000 towards helping find the cure.