Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity was proud to introduce ‘Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail’ to invited guests at Glasgow’s City Chambers last week.
Neurosurgeon Mr Roddy O’Kane was joined by the charity’s Young Ambassador Jenny Cook at the unique event to launch the first ever national art trail, which will hit the streets of Scotland in 2019.
The Scotland-wide event will see 150 life-size Oor Wullie sculptures painted by professional artists and placed in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee and Inverness, with hundreds more mini-sculptures designed by schools and community groups adding to the spectacular trail.
Funds raised by Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail will support Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity and the ARCHIE Foundation, and help children and families from across Scotland.
Speaking at the event Shona Cardle, Chief Executive, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, thanked Headline Sponsor Arnold Clark, Discovery Sponsor Citylink, DCT Media, Wild in Art and the Evening Times for their support.
To find out more about how your business, school or community group can get involved with this very special project, please visit www.oorwullie.com