War memorials fund hits halfway mark as £500,000 spent on restoration
The Centenary Memorials Restoration Fund was set up by Alex Salmond in 2013.
A special £1m trust created to mark the centenary of the First World War has allowed some of Scotland's most dilapidated war monuments to be cleaned and restored.
The Centenary Memorials Restoration Fund, set up by Alex Salmond in 2013, has reached the halfway point in its five-year programme.
To date more than £500,000 has been spent on monuments across the country.
STV's Karen Greenshields visited memorials in East Lothian and Helensburgh to see how the money has been spent.
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