Oor Wullies on Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail have been visited over one million times by sculpture hunters since the trail began at the end of June.
Scots comedian Iain Stirling has been presented with a custom Oor Wullie piece by artist Sleek.
People of all ages are enjoying taking part in Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail.
Fans of Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail are already making tracks for next month’s farewell parties.
GALLERY: Fundraisers hit the street as part of Oor Wullie’s BIG Walk in aid of Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity
More than 1,700 people joined Oor Wullie's army yesterday to raise money for sick kids.
Best-seller Ian Rankin on why Sherlock joined Oor Wullie’s Bucket Trail and how he found the name for his own famous sleuth on Merry Mac’s puzzle page
He broke his first case in 1987 but inspiration for Scotland’s most famous detective struck years before... thanks to The Sunday Post.
Crivvens! Oor Wullie sculptures have been visited over a million times by Big Bucket Trail baggers!
The Proclaimers sang about walking 500 miles and then 500 more.
Scottish rugby legend and Motor Neurone Disease (MND) awareness campaigner Doddie Weir has visited Dundee to see an Oor Wullie statue created in his honour.
Look out Wee Harry, it looks like Oor Wullie's got a few new canine companions!
Oor favourite son shines in Leith: The Proclaimers hail super statues at start of nationwide Bucket Trail fundraiser
Oor Wullie fans wanting to capture every statue on the Big Bucket Trail will have to walk a lot more than 500 miles.