Claire Dunbar, Trust Secretary, has supported the Board since March 2017. Claire is a retired local government officer. First approached by founding member former Provost Fergus Wood to become the Trust Secretary, Claire was impressed by the passion and dedication of all Board members. Inspired by Trustee aims, Claire was delighted to take up the invitation to become a Trustee.
"Should the project run to completion with funding support as hoped, it is believed that the artwork commission will be the only public memorial of Andrew de Moray anywhere in the world. He is known to have been a great strategist in the battle of Stirling Bridge and will be shown alongside William Wallace, as they would have once been in battle - as 'brothers in arms'. Stunning artwork, in commemoration of De Moray and Wallace as co-commanders, will not only promote tourism interest, it will provide educational opportunities for the young people of Stirling. Already the Trust has evidenced substantial achievement by the offer of new lighting designs for Stirling Bridge, in partnership with the FES Group. Collectively, this project offers an extraordinary chance to revitalise a historical but currently underused area of the city and attract more visitors.