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Letter: Grave response.

I READ the letter from Dale Willis the cemetery manager (ECHO letters Sept 27) stating the council takes the maintenance of all cemeteries very seriously.

I have a grave I attend at West Derby cemetery. This is a cemetery which has had a lot of graves vandalised in the past. This is because it has a 2-3 foot wall around it (easily jumped) and no gate at the entrance.

This could be helped by planting holly trees alongside the wall to deter the youths from jumping into the cemetery (like Kirkdale and Everton cemeteries have) and a new gate erected.

Cemeteries should also be locked at night until the next day and with no way of anybody gaining entrance in the evening.

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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 2, 2002
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