MSP Gil Paterson marked the success of the exhibition the council hosted in the new Bruce Street Baths venue with a parliamentary motion.
Motion Number: S5M-08823
Lodged By: Gil Paterson
Date Lodged: 10/11/2017
Title: Clydebank Lego Exhibition Success
That the Parliament congratulates West Dunbartonshire Council on the success of the Lego Brick History exhibition by the artist Warren Elsmore, which ran from June to September 2017; understands that more than 7,000 people visited the new cultural venue, Bruce Street Baths in Clydebank, generating more than £28,000 in ticket sales; understands that the exhibition contained more than 50 works depicting major historical events, including dinosaurs, Pompeii and local attractions, such as the Titan Crane; welcomes efforts by the council to enhance Clydebank as a stage for top exhibitions and events, and appreciates the cultural boost that the event provided.
Supported by: Fulton MacGregor, Joan McAlpine, Jenny Gilruth, Gail Ross, Sandra White, Ruth Maguire, Ross Greer, David Torrance, Bob Doris, Clare Haughey, Ivan McKee, Stewart Stevenson, Jackson Carlaw, Bill Kidd, Colin Beattie