Cameron Barracks

Inverness is about to witness an artistic masterpiece like no other, thanks to the talented roofer, Gary McIntyre, known for his remarkable rooftop designs, including a famous Banksy-inspired creation. Now, in his most ambitious project yet, Gary returns to Inverness to unveil his masterpiece just in time for Remembrance Sunday.

Standing proudly atop the Hub on Wimberley Way, this new design is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Gary, along with his dedicated partner Conor Farmer from Artisan Roofing, has collaborated to bring a symbol of remembrance to life – a magnificent poppy that graces the rooftop.

The choice of materials is crucial to ensuring this project stands the test of time. That’s why we’re proud to announce the involvement of SSQ, who generously supplied Riverstone Heavy slates for this meaningful endeavour. Riverstone Slate is not just any roofing material; it’s a symbol of durability, elegance, and respect.

This project is a true labour of love, made possible by the generous support of local businesses that contributed their resources, materials, and manpower, valuing the project at over £26,000.

The community’s response to this initiative has been overwhelming, with locals of all ages expressing their excitement and admiration for this monumental creation. Children come out to witness the transformation, while the community center, a hub for local families, is buzzing with enthusiasm.

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