A recurring motif
This monument is a recurring motif in almost all towns in the UK, as both World Wars had a great impact in Britain. Several commemorations are held for the fallen of the country which means that you often find flowers, wreaths, etc. at such monuments. In Stirling, this monument is adjacent to buildings and between the municipal monuments of Rob Roy and Robert Burns. No doubt to give it its rightful place in importance. Perhaps one of the few common symbols in all areas and countries that make up the UK.