Oor Wullie fans across the Highlands are being called upon to help made a charity trail a resounding success.
The Archie Foundation is seeking a number of friendly volunteers to help out in their official merchandise shop as part of this year’s Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail.
A total of 10 statues will be placed around Inverness, with around 200 Oor Wullie’s also dotted around Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The art trial will run for 11 weeks until the end of August helping to raise awareness and vital funds for charity.
The merchandise shop will open in the Eastgate Shopping Centre from the launch on June 17.
Dawn Cowie, Archie Highland fundraiser, said: “We are looking for a number people who are keen to help make the difference in Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail and in turn raise as much money for sick children in the Highlands as possible.
“Volunteering in the bucket trail is a great way to meet lots of new people while gaining new skills and experience. It is also a great way to challenge yourself.”
Each volunteer will be kitted out in an Archie T-shirt and given an ID badge, with volunteers also able to claim back reasonable travel expenses.
A number of other volunteer roles are also available across Inverness and surrounding areas, with those interested being encouraged to contact the charity.
Anyone interested in applying should e-mail email@example.com for more information.