I would like to take this opportunity to express my acknowledgements to everyone who contributed to this project. To my supervisor, David Scott for your advice and feedback. To Sandi Thom, without you the song ‘Somewhere in time would not exist, thank you for your beautiful lyrics. I would like to express my gratitude to Martin Bone, whose contribution to the video has been invaluable, your hard work and attention to detail to my vision is greatly appreciated, you went above and beyond! I would also like to give thanks to Lord Glasgow, his family and staff Kelburn Castle for allowing me to film in your beautiful estate.
I would like to give thanks to my family and friends, especially to my Dad, Brian Cassells, my Mum, Julie Cassells, my Sister Jennifer Cassells and my Fiancé John Hunter for all of your continued love and support from the beginning. I would also like to thank my Papa, David Dunsmore for your love and encouragement, even if you are ‘biased because you’re my Papa!’
I would like to dedicate this song and video to all of the war-time evacuees including my Great Aunt, Janette Lusk and my late Great Uncle William Lochhead and also to all those who served our county during World War Two.
Last but certainly not least, I would like to give a special dedication to my Gran, Kathleen Dunsmore. Thank you for sharing your story with me. Without you, this project could not have been possible. I’m so fortunate to have the opportunity to create this video with you, I really appreciate you taking the time to help me create something beautiful. Your continued love and support means the world.
With Love from Nicola x