Scottish farmer and Youtuber transforms rye fields right into a image of rugby legend for charity

A SCOTS farmer and Youtuber, Crawford Niven has remodeled the rye fields at Gloagburn Farm right into a 50,000m2 image of rugby legend, Doddie Weir, so as to assist elevate £10,000 for motor neuron illness analysis.

Crawford first met Doddie in 2013 when the previous British and Irish Lion formally opened the Gloagburn Farm Store.

Image of Doddie Weir. Credit: Strathallan College.

He has carved a 1.5km lengthy depiction of Doddie being held aloft by teammates throughout a lineout to assist elevate consciousness and donations for analysis into motor neuron illness (MND), supporting the work carried out by MND Scotland and My Title’5 Doddie Basis.

“Doddie Weir was an enormous of a person, not solely in peak but additionally in character,” mentioned Crawford.

“I can’t consider a greater strategy to present how large an impression he has had and his legacy continues to have on rugby, MND analysis and Scotland.”

“I hope as many individuals as potential ebook a free ticket to expertise the Doddie Stroll and donate to My Title’5 Doddie Basis. Do as many laps as you’ll be able to and share this.”

Crawford, who left Strathallan College in 2015, has grown into one of many UK’s prime farming Youtubers with over 16.6k subscribers following his day by day vlogs and adventures on the farm.

The Doddie Stroll is 1.5km and is positioned at Gloagburn Farm, Tibbermore, Perth.

The attraction is free to the general public nevertheless donations could be made on entry to the Rye subject or in money. These seeking to take the stroll can ebook a free ticket through this hyperlink:

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