Independence supporters carve giant ‘Yes’ into hillside
NEWS: A group of Scottish independence supporters have shown their backing for the 'Yes' campaign - by carving a 25-metre-high 'Yes' in a hillside.
The group plan to maintain the symbol until polling day on 18 September.
Independence supporters have carved a 25-metre yes into a Scottish hillside.
Richard O'Neill, Bill Fraser, Mark Wilson and Kevin Barclay used garden strimmers to create the political statement near the village of Gardenstown in Banffshire. They intend to maintain the giant letters until the September ballot.