THE Wiltshire Gallery is offering visitors a glimpse into the past this month, as the works of the former owner are unveiled.

June Martin, who previously owned the site in Fisherton Street, died from pancreatic cancer in 2007.

In memory of June the latest exhibit has been set up to showcase her works, as well as act as a fundraiser.

Organised by husband and former playwright Mick and her two daughters, the artwork in the gallery will be sold on a ‘pay what you like’ basis, with proceeds going to the charity Pancreatic Cancer UK.

June’s pictures will be in the gallery until September 30.

The Salisbury event in the Wiltshire Gallery, now owned by Tim Treslove, is the first of a series of fundraising initiatives in memory of June.

In addition to other fundraisers going ahead in November, the designated pancreatic cancer month, Mick is currently preparing to run 70 miles across ten days in January, in his ‘Run 70 at 70’ challenge.

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