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Duns Stoshious Posted 18th Sep 2012, 09:55am
 
QUOTE (*Bernard* @ 8th Mar 2012, 06:11pm) *
Good news's all these historic site's should be maintained by the government and if Scotland go independent we need these statues instead of demolishing them, get the builder why if they cant afford to maintain all the outlying monuments why don't they transfer the monument to St Georges square in the centre of Glasgow and it would be seen by all tourists and can go to the local library and read the full story behind the statue.

"need these statues if Scotland go independant"?? Need statues of Victoria Empress of India and Victoria's beloved Albert who hardly spoke English never mind Glesga'??
annemac Posted 5th Sep 2012, 02:41pm
  I'm in Robroyston on holiday from Wales again so I've just taken a wee walk along to the monument from my daughters house & was pleasantly surprised. The last time I visited it was in a terrible state with broken paving, builders rubbish etc. it's been nicely landscaped with a wooden bench & an information board. I didnt venture as far as the well but weather permitting, I'll walk there on Sunday. Can't do it sooner as we're off to Inverness tomorrow. I did take a couple of photos but can't figure out how to post them on here. I'll try again when I'm home next week at my pc instead of an iPad!
Scotsman Posted 16th Apr 2012, 03:21pm
  Well said HH.... have a great trip and I am sure your visit will go well!!
wombat Posted 15th Apr 2012, 10:07pm
  yes.gif
wee davy Posted 15th Apr 2012, 08:13pm
  wombat, you continue to be incorrigable!
He better hiv his mammie wie him - he'll need her tae find the monument! rolleyes.gif
wombat Posted 14th Apr 2012, 10:26pm
 
QUOTE (HH @ 13th Apr 2012, 09:57am) *
I am Egyptian. I am so happy that there is awaking of recognition for William Wallace the great Hero of Scotland. We have great admiration and respect for him in my country. I am planning to visit his monument while I shall be in Glasgow soon. It shall be a visit from Tahrir square to the memory of that great hero.

rolleyes.gif is your mummy comin with yie "HH" ? tongue.gif
wellfield Posted 14th Apr 2012, 10:02pm
 
QUOTE (HH @ 13th Apr 2012, 01:57am) *
I am Egyptian. I am so happy that there is awaking of recognition for William Wallace the great Hero of Scotland. We have great admiration and respect for him in my country. I am planning to visit his monument while I shall be in Glasgow soon. It shall be a visit from Tahrir square to the memory of that great hero.

Hope you have a wonderful trip!!
HH Posted 13th Apr 2012, 08:52am
  I am Egyptian. I am so happy that there is awaking of recognition for William Wallace the great Hero of Scotland. We have great admiration and respect for him in my country. I am planning to visit his monument while I shall be in Glasgow soon. It shall be a visit from Tahrir square to the memory of that great hero.
kenb Posted 14th Mar 2012, 02:46am
  well said angel tongue.gif
angel Posted 14th Mar 2012, 01:33am
  Yes Martin , Wallace was most definatey on his own , so many hippocrites , yes , even traitors looking to feather their own nest and to hell with Scottish independence .... And now , in the 21st century , has that attitude changed , I'm not so sure , I think that , "hung drawn and quartered ", still excists but in some other form or an other , as does treachery .
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