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Oor Wullie Bucket Trail Aberdeen
Oor Wullie Bucket Trail Aberdeen
During June to the end of August 2019 life sized Oor Wullie statues and sculptures are placed around Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire during a Bucket Trail that sees two hundred of Scotlandâ€™s favourite Sunday Post cartoon character placed around Scotland to raise funds for charities.
Pictured in the photo is Oor Countryside by the artist Annie Grant
, which celebrates the great outdoors and playing in mud at Hazelhead Park.
These charities are Glasgow Childrenâ€™s Hospital Charity, Edinburgh Childrenâ€™s Hospital Charity and the ARCHIE Foundation (Royal Aberdeen Childrenâ€™s Hospital) and Tayside Childrenâ€™s Hospital, Highland Childrenâ€™s Unit.
Amazing Oor Wullie Sculpture Beach Benches
Oor Wildlife by artist Laura Bremner at Hazlehead Park
Anatomy of Wullie
Oor Big Hearted Lad
Oor Wullie Miller Sculpture by Sarah Mauchline
Areas in Aberdeenshire include Inverurie, Thainstone, Barra Castle and Dyce.
Other cities and towns taking part include Inverness, Dundee, Broughty Ferry, St Andrewâ€™s, Perth, Edinburgh, Leith and Glasgow.
It comes from a partnership with Wild in Art and it includes wee Oor Wullie sculptures in libraries, shopping centres and museums.
You are encouraged to use the hashtag #OWBBT on social media posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @OWBIGBucket @OWBIGbuckettrail and @OWBIGbuckettrail
There will then be a farewell weekend during the 13th to 15th September which culminates in an auction on the 16th Septemberâ€™19. The Aberdeen farewell will be held at Marischal College.
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