‘Bridie’ to be auctioned for Marie Curie

The pies and bridies created by sculptor Tony Morrow.

The pies and bridies created by sculptor Tony Morrow.

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A well-known sculptor has swapped cow pie for a Forfar Bridie to support a charity auction.

Tony Morrow, who created the Desperate Dan and dragon sculptures in Dundee, has donated five new works of Dundee pies and Forfar bridies for auction in aid of the Marie Curie charity.

All of the items, which have been cast in resin, come boxed with a certificate of authentication and an
edition number and people have until 10.30pm on the night of the charity’s fund-raising dinner, on Saturday, April 16 to bid for them. Bidding starts at £50.

Other lots in the auction include a hair and beauty experience from Freedom Hair Experience and an autographed Dundee United football.

Mr Morrow’s sculptures and work have appeared all over the country and he has pieces on display in the National Gallery of Scotland.

To bid for the art works or buy tickets for the event visit jumblebee.co.uk.