Wallace’s Well monument is located in a rural location in Robroyston, Glasgow, and dates back to 1900. The monument marks the place where Scotland’s national hero, William Wallace, was arrested in 1305. It is said William Wallace took his last drink as a free man from the site of the well.
Due to years of neglect and the building of a housing development on the land surrounding the site, the well and its surrounding masonry walling had fallen into disrepair.
Some of the works undertaken by Covanburn included: