TICKETS are selling fast for a highly-anticipated Christmas concert by the Military Wives Choir at Dunfermline's Glen Pavilion.

It will all be in aid of SSAFA, the armed forces charity, and features the Rosyth choir branch, who performed recently at an anniversary show in Edinburgh.

Each of the 15 members are either veterans, work in the military or are the wives and daughters of those who do.

In the capital, they joined together with other divisions in Scotland, the Military Wives Choir is an independent charity and subsidiary of SSAFA which supports women in the community, while similar events took place across the UK to mark the organisation's 10th anniversary.

The upcoming Christmas show will feature an ensemble known as SSAFA Brass.

Allan Steele, corporate and special events officer for the charity in Scotland, said: "I am absolutely delighted that Military Wives Choirs Rosyth will be performing in December, bringing its unique blend of style and repertoire to what promises to be an exciting, and I dare say moving, evening of entertainment and song.

"Military Wives Choirs has done so much in its magical first decade to bring companionship and support – values of course shared with SSAFA – to women whose serving spouses are deployed far from home overseas.

"This concert is a great way to celebrate Christmas and support our armed forces at the same time."

The show will take place on December 1 with doors opening at 7pm.

Tickets are £10 for veterans and concessions, £12.50 for adults, and free for under-16s and are on sale at: