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WE WILL REBUILD RE:TUNE; Boss makes generous offer.

Byline: STEPHEN STEWART s.stewart@dailyrecord.co.uk

BIG-HEARTED workmen have offered to fix up a veterans' project targeted three times by callous yobs.

The Record revealed how sick thieves wreaked havoc at the charity for traumatised veterans - just months after yobs went on a rampage at the premises.

The vandals stole lead from the roof of the Re:Tune project in Glasgow's east end, where veterans make guitars and use music to rebuild their lives.

After reading the Record's story, Tony Bole, who runs a property maintenance firm, stepped in to offer a helping hand.

He said: "I was upset to read the music workshop had been targeted again. Sad times. We're happy to help the guys out in whatever way we can and fix up the premises. If they move to new premises, we'd be happy to help decorate when they are in."

Re:Tune founder David McHarg, 47, from the city's Dennistoun, said: "That's incredible. People can be amazing.

"We love the premises but it's too small. I think its time to start looking for bigger and more secure

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 5, 2018
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