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Covenant - an exhibition in Moray Arts Centre which is a collaboration of the British Army, Moray College of Art and the Moray Art Centre.
Curated by Harry Ross, a Reservist in 7 SCOTS, and Trustee of Moray Art Centre. 
Moray College of Art tutor - Stacey Toner & British Army Arts & Culture lead Lieutenant Colonel Wendy Faux.
Exhibition was opened by Lord Lieutenant for Moray, Major General Seymour Monro CBE LVO.
Communities were brought together from 3 SCOTS Fort George, 39 Regiment Royal Engineers, Findhorn Community & serving personnel, families and veterans from across the UK.
Lance Corporal Shankar Gurung exhibited 'The Story of the Gurkha'.

Photo: LCpl Gurung with his painitng.

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