Recently, Scotland's Bothy were asked to make a nice slate plaque for The Society of William Wallace. The plaque was to be revealed at Rutherglen Parish Church in Glasgow, marking the spot where it is said that William Wallace was betrayed by Sir John Menteith, leading to his  capture, trial and execution at Smithfield, London, England.  We worked closely with Gary Stewart from The Society Of William Wallace to produce this slate plaque showing an old drawing of the church, and inscription giving the brief history of the event that took place at the church way back in 1305. You can find out more history on Sir William Wallace by looking up the Society of William Wallace website, they also have a great facebook page too, keeping you up to date with events etc. Here are some photographs of the slate plaque and from the plaque revealing at Rutherglen Parish Church.

Slate Plaque by Scotland's Bothy for Society of William Wallace