A MOBILE art gallery which encourages people to get out and enjoy nature and local open spaces near where they live, is coming to West Dunbartonshire.

The Travelling Gallery will visit a number of green spaces, including Dalmuir Park and Levengrove Park over the course of this week.

The Day of Access tour is part of a campaign by artist and poet Alec Finlay, who wants to raise awareness of wild nature and its accessibility for people with disabilities.

Alec has visited a number of areas in Scotland as he seeks to ensure everyone has the opportunity to experience open spaces, regardless of physical limitation or disability.

Events are free and open between 10am and 4pm.

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Councillor Iain McLaren said: “We are very proud of our parks, and welcome anything that encourages residents and visitors to use them. The message Alec Finlay is spreading is an important one, and I would urge residents to visit the bus and to see the great pieces on display.”

The bus was at Dalmuir Park on Tuesday, November 12, and Wednesday 13, and will be at Dalmuir Library Thursday November 14, and Levengrove Park this Friday and Saturday.