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Home | Heritage | Restoring Kelvingrove’s Boer War statue

Many Glasgow residents were saddened earlier this year when vandals damaged the Boer War memorial which has stood in Kelvingrove Park since 1906.

Covanburn have been working on the restoration of the beloved Highland Light Infantry memorial to bring it back to it’s former glory. You can see how the restoration is shaping up below.

Covanburn are confident that the act of vandalism will be forgotten while the memorial carries on as part of Scotland’s heritage.

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