In the coming years Carrick's monuments will reach their first centenary having stood for a hundred years in all weathers (including the emerging problem of acid rain). The environments in which they were first erected have often changed with growing populations, increasing road traffic and even the advent of vandalism in many communities. The care of community war memorials is, or should be, an important issue.

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