The cheekiest schoolboy in Scotland has found a new home in an Aberdeen playground.
Children at Broomhill Primary School are taking part in Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail.
They have been given a mini Oor Wullie to design and paint.
The statue was donated by Oor Wullie’s Fish and Chips shop on Great Western Road.
The shop is sponsoring one of the large sculptures in the Aberdeen trail for 11 weeks this summer, as part of Scotland’s first ever national public art trail.
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Taking place in Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh, 200 sculptures will appear on the streets of the cities, raising awareness and money for three children’s hospital charities, including the ARCHIE Foundation.
Broomhill School teacher Rebecca Mutch said: “I look forward to our pupils demonstrating their creativity in this project.”