The Rob Roy Preservation Trust are to hold a fundraiser on Saturday 1st April 2017 at the Culter Mill Club to raise funds towards putting the new Rob Roy statue back on the rock.
The Stovie Dance from 7pm to midnight on Saturday 1st April 2017 will feature “The Last Resort” with raffles and an auction on the night.
Tickets for this fundraiser are available from the Rob Roy Preservation Trust committee members. Contact details for the …. Read More »
The Rob Roy Preservation Trust have commissioned sculptor David Mitchell to create a new Rob Roy statue.
A model of the kilted Scottish hero Rob Roy, has been in place on the rocky bank of the Culter Burn, since around 1850.
The last statue was removed in July 2016, but on removal for some TLC was found to be too badly damaged. The last statue was made of polychrome carved wood and was carved by Arnold Smith …. Read More »
The latest version of the Rob Roy statue, which sits on the the rocky bank of Culter Burn at the west of the village of Peterculter, Scotland has had to be removed due to wear and tear on the statue.
This model of the kilted Scottish hero is made of polychrome carved wood and was carved by Arnold Smith The statue of Rob Roy was unveiled in 1991, so has been in place come rain or shine …. Read More »