About NEFA Jnr.
NEFA Junior is a new addition to the long established North East Folklore Archive. As interest in the heritage and culture of the North East continues to grow nefa is delighted to provide a selected range of material for our younger visitors.
What is NEFA Jnr.?
NEFA, The North East Folklore Archive, is a cultural resource created for the study and appreciation of the traditions and social history of Aberdeenshire. NEFA Jnr. is a new addition, specifically aimed at younger visitors, particularly the pupils of Aberdeenshire primary schools.
NEFA Jnr. would like to thank:
Jennifer Leys for her invaluable contribution to the content of this site; Aberdeenshire Heritage and The Arbuthnot Museum for permission to use photographs from their collections; Jamie Cutts for additional photography. Thanks also to illustrator Dianne Sutherland and SCRAN for their kind assistance.
Who is involved in NEFA Jr.?
NEFA is administered by Aberdeenshire Council's Arts Development Team with support from The Scottish Arts Council, The Heritage Lottery Fund and the European 5B development scheme.
Where is NEFA Jnr.?
NEFA is based in Aden Country Park, Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire, a public park that was once a part of the Aden House estate.