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Restoring memorials to the fallen

Thomas Baldwin reports on two churches where war memorials have been recently restored.


CHURCHES are being urged to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War by making sure their war memorials remain a fitting tribute to the fallen.

Funding is available from the War Memorials Trust for the repair, conservation and refurbishment of memorials, whatever their nature and size.

Two Scottish churches which have recently taken advantage of this funding are Bourock Parish Church, Barrhead, and Northesk Parish Church in Musselburgh.

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