Oor Wullie bucket trail auctions to take place

Photography by Chris Scott

Three children's hospital charities will be hosting auctions in their regions

11th September 2019 by Yasmin Hackett 1 Comment

The hugely successful Oor Wullie BIG Bucket Trail is coming to an end - with regional charity auctions of the popular sculptures due to take place in the host cities.

Auctions of the statues will act as the finale to the spectacular summer-long art trail enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors to Scotland.

Each children’s hospital charity will be holding their own auction for the sculptures from their regions, plus some special additions.

This will give fans of Oor Wullie and the bucket trail the chance to buy a piece of Scotland’s unforgettable summer and own a unique work of art, whether it be for your home, garden or business.

As well as becoming a very proud owner of a one-of-a-kind Oor Wullie sculpture, buyers will be directly benefitting Scotland’s children’s hospital charities, as money raised from the auctions will be going to the charities.

A spokesperson for the Oor Wullie bucket trail said: “The help you provide will make a real difference for many local children and young people when they most need it. Thank you for your support, and we wish you successful bidding!”

The auctions will be taking place at the following locations:

  • Monday 16 September – Dundee Rep – ARCHIE Foundation’s Dundee Sculptures
  • Tuesday 17 September – Thainstone Centre, Inverurie – ARCHIE Foundation’s Aberdeen & Inverness Sculptures
  • Thursday 19 September – Prestonfield House, Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity’s Edinburgh Sculptures
  • Friday 20 September – KelvingroveArt Gallery, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity’s Glasgow Sculptures

If you would like to attend one of the auction events to bid for a sculpture, please contact the charities directly.

Dundee: [email protected]

Aberdeen/Inverness: [email protected]

Edinburgh: [email protected]

Glasgow: [email protected]

Online Bidding:

Online bidding is available, too, If you’re unable to attend the auctions. You will be able to live stream the auction and place your bids. This is a truly unique experience and anyone in the world can place a bid.

For full details of the online bidding process,

visit the auction site here: https://www.oorwullie.com/auctions/

12th September 2019 by Maureen Mitchell

I would like to bid for one of these