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Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail: Keep up to date with the farewell events and auctions online with The Sunday Post

The statues from Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail are now off our streets and ready to go on display one final time this weekend.

But don’t worry if you missed out on tickets to the farewell events – we’ll have plenty of coverage from the family fun days taking place across Scotland.

Pick up your copy of this weekend’s paper, and check out more pictures and video online at sundaypost.com.

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Oor Wullie sculptures in Dundee are cleaned up ahead of the farewell events

 


Farewell events: Friday 13 – Sunday 15 September

  • Dundee, Slessor Gardens
  • Edinburgh, St Andrew Square
  • Glasgow, SEC
  • Aberdeen, Marischal College Quad
  • Inverness, Eastgate Shopping Centre

We’ll also have live coverage from next week’s auctions as the statues go under the hammer to raise thousands for charity.

The week starts with Monday night’s auction in Dundee Rep for the statues that have been on the streets of Tayside throughout the summer.

That event, along with Tuesday night’s auction of the Aberdeen and Inverness Wullies at the Thainstone Centre in Inverurie, will raise money for The Archie Foundation.

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A statue from 2016’s Dundee trail being auctioned off

On Thursday night, bidders will descend on Edinburgh’s Prestonfield House to get their hands on the capital’s statues, with proceeds going to Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity.

The final statues, from the Glasgow area, will be auctioned for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity at the city’s Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery.

Our live blogs each night will keep you up to date with the total amounts raised, and we’ll meet some of the lucky buyers.

We’ll also hear from the charities about how the money raised will go towards helping children all across Scotland.

Bidding for each statue starts at around £2000-£4000, but most are expected to go for much more.

You can find out more about the auctions at oorwullie.com/auctions/