A NSW Government grant will enable restoration work on the Nabiac Park War Memorial to continue.
The $7600 grant will repair lead lettering on the memorial.
Work will signal the start of stage three of the makeover.
The State government has allocated more than $26,000 towards repair work and restoration of war memorials throughout the Mid Coast local government area.
A $10,000 grant will be put toward a 'check-up' for Wingham's iconic vampire jet.
Scaffolding will be erected around the jet in October to enable engineers to undertake a detailed assessment of the integrity of the structure.
While the scaffold is in place, repair works will be undertaken and the plane will be painted.
"These funds will enable us to ensure the integrity of the memorial is maintained and restoration works are undertaken to this important feature of Wingham's town square," community spaces, recreation and trades manager, Dan Aldridge said.
The Taree War Memorial Clock will receive funding of $8700 to repair chipped stair tiles and render.
"The funding will allow us to re-tile the stairs and the render the walls adjoining the stairs."
New tiles will be selected in keeping with the memorial's style, and will have an improved surface to reduce the slip hazard on the stairs.
"This provides the finishing touch to numerous restoration works undertaken over the last seven years on the War Memorial Clock."
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