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MR PAUL ROONEY & HIS TREE SURGEONS

The William Wallace Trust would like to thank Mr Rooney
and his team of Tree surgeons for their generous help in
clearing the trees at the statue so that it can be seen
across the Tweed.


CULLEN KILSHAW: SOLICITORS & ESTATE AGENTS

 


BORDER GUNS & TACKLE
MAIN STREET ST BOSWELLS


FAUHOPE COUNTRY HOUSE



ALEX DOUGLAS & SONS
STONEMASONS


THE BUCCLEUCH ARMS HOTEL
ST BOSWELLS


THE OLD POST OFFICE
MAIN STREET
ST BOSWELLS



A. RIDING
HUNTERSHALL


DAVID THOMSON & SON 
SCOTTISH TAILORS OF TWEED & HIGHLAND WEAR
JEDBURGH


W.J. BLAIR
JEWELLERS
KELSO



DOUGLAS SCOTT
PLUMBING & SLATING LTD
EARLSTON


GEORGE OLIVER & SON 
JOINERS & UNDERTAKERS
ST BOSWELLS


MANY THANKS TAE STEFAN ROONEY
& LOCAL BLACKSMITH
IAN OLIVER FOR THEIR HELP WI'
THE TEMPORARY SAFETY FENCE




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GORDON
SCOTTISH BORDERS

 


THANK YOU TAE ALLAN & LEWIS MACDONALD
FOR THE NEW GATES AND FENCING AT THE
WALLACE STATUE CARPARK



 

"WWTV is a new Global Community Funk station and broadcasts around the world 24/7 on wwtv.scot for The William Wallace Trust. The Wallace statue in the Scottish Borders is in need of further refurbishment and care of the paths and car park. WWtv will serve the Wallace statue and Is a fundraiser and living record for those that contribute. The Wallace trust is about education; the local community, and connecting communities around the world. As Funk Ambassador tae Scotland for the Funk Music Hall of Fame and exhibition centre in Dayton Ohio we will bring the Scottish Borders and the USA closer together with Funk and we will be featuring the Wallace statue at the University of Dayton's Funk Symposium 15th-17th April 2021.

This broadcast will set the path for future generations to come and visit and care for The Wallace statue and is a continuing story frae the Body Blast'n music video from 1988 that helped start it a' '"

Yours

Jesse Rae

Trustee

 

The William Wallace Statue can be found in it's own grounds next to Bemersyde estate.

Built and carved by local man John Smith of Darnick and commisioned and unveiled on September 22nd 1814,by
David Steurt Erskine,11th Earl of Buchan.

Wallace stands 31' high looking over the River Tweed.. 'Guardian O' The Scottish Borders