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THERE'S a chance to go wild next month as part of Pollok Country Park's special garden talks.

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The latest in the series of informative events led by garden staff and guest speakers is on wildflower garden meadows.

You can learn how to transform a small area of grass in your garden into a colourful and wildlife-friendly meadow.

The talk, by Ian Boyd, Countryside Ranger runs from 1pm until 3pm on Sunday, October 21 in the Old Stable Courtyard visitors centre.

THE Burrell Collection is showing off one of the most important collections of works by the French artist Jean-François Millet in Britain - or is it?

The museum has been investigating whether the 11 works by Millet in Burrell's collection are really Millet.

A team of experts that included a curator, a photographer and conservators have examined and researched the Burrell works and their preliminary findings are included in the exhibition.

Investigations continue, with staff consulting colleagues in museums and universities at home and abroad.

Visitors are also asked to give their opinion, and findings will be shared later this month.

The display, which runs until January 6, is the first project in preparing a catalogue of Sir William Burrell's collection of 19th-century French art.

LOCALS are invited to look round a new £14million Glasgow school.

Teachers and pupils at the new Tinto Primary in Hillpark Drive on the South Side are holding a coffee morning for the community.

It will be held on Saturday, September 29 between 10am and 1pm.

Last July the Evening Times told how firebugs set light to the former Tinto school building, leaving only four walls standing after the attack.

For more information about the coffee morning call 0141 637 0794.

THE countdown is on to a live performance by a top new girl band at Silverburn.

Chart sensations Stooshe will put on a live performance as part of the Silverburn September weekend events. The trio who all come from London, will perform on Saturday from 2pm.

With chart hits such as Black Heart, the girls have a growing army of fans who are expected to queue from early morning to see their idols.

Silverburn Marketing Manager Lynne Butler said: "We are delighted to welcome Stooshe."

Radio DJ Romeo will entertain from 1pm and fans should get a wristband for the event at the mall on the day.

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