The Tom Weir Statue Campaign that launched in February 2012, is aiming to raise around £50,000 for a bespoke
sculpture of the late Scottish climber and much loved TV presenter. His
centenary in December 2014 is earmarked for installation of the statue near to
where Tom lived in the National Park.
For those that are too young to remember, Tom was best known for his long-running STV show Weir’s Way, as well as his trademark woolly red hat and fair-isle jumper. He was also an active campaigner for the protection of the Scottish environment and the first recipient of the John Muir Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Tom passed away in July, 2006 and is buried in the grounds of Kilmaronock Parish Church, near Drymen.
If you would like to make a donation to the Tom Weir Statue Campaign via PayPal click the button above (all major credit and debit cards are accepted).
If you would prefer to donate by cheque, please make the cheque payable to: Tom Weir Memorial Fund. And send to:
Tom Weir Campaign Group
c/o Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Headquarters