Art show to boost army veterans

A GROUP of artists are staging an exhibition to raise cash for veterans' charity Erskine.

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Money raised from art sales at the Trades Hall in Glassford Street will go to the Erskine Home in Bishopton.

The Glasgow exhibition runs until Sunday August 3 and opens from 10.30am each day.

Art for Erskine features a range of contemporary artwork and sculpture.

Pieces by acclaimed Scottish artists, as well as work by lesser-known and up-and- coming young artists, will be on show.

The Erskine charity has been caring for Scotland's army veterans since 1916.

For more information call 01418144555 or visit www.erskine. org.uk

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