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Young musicians from across scotland gather in glasgow for the big cashback busk

21st December 2015

Young people from music projects across Scotland took part in  the CashBack busk in Glasgow Central Station ( Wed 16th Dec) , with the help of Justice Secretary, Michael Matheson MSP and Leader of Glasgow City Council, Cllr Frank McAveety.

The event was organised by YouthLink Scotland, the national agency for youth work, to promote young musicians who have been funded by the CashBack for Communities Youth Work Fund. All funds raised on the day were donated to Cash for Kids.
Scottish Band, Fatherson, who recently supported Scouting for Girls, lent their support to the

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