For graves to be left the way their family want it to be, not to have a lawn cemetery

For graves to be left the way their family want it to be, not to have a lawn cemetery

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Sabrina Keogh started this petition to People of Mount st Lawrence extenion cemetery

Mount st lawerence extension cemetery. Brian Henry wants the grave yard to become a lawn cemetery. Where all items are to be removed from the graves to make it easier for their staff to use their gandening supplies. How is that fair on the people who have bought their graves there? You cannot care for your loved ones graves the way you want to, you can't bring gifts for your loved ones. No plents, fences, boarders of any kind can be allowed nor are you allowed go the length of your grave with flowers or plaques or any of the sort, no benches or chairs are allowed,This isn't fair! We paid good money for those graves and then to be told how we should tend our graves is an utter disgrace. It's hard enough going to the graveyard knowing your loved one is there to be told take everything off.

I'm doing this as hope that people can see and hopefully argeee that this isn't right that we should be allowed do our graves the way we plan and want too not the way we are told to by a man behind a desk who doesn't live our everyday life's!

I hope he sees that we a community of Mount st Lawrence extension cemetery aren't happy with this and we won't stand for this. They are our graves and they will be done our way.

He's not thinking of elderly people going to the cemetery who can't stand long to have no bench there to sit on, when they want to spend some time at their loved ones grave.

He's not thinking of the way anyone could feel by not being left put flowers pots or ornaments you've bought for your loved one down on the grave, knowing this is all you can do for them now and then to be told you can't.

We should be allowed put what we want on our graves we've paid for them, we care for them we don't ask permission from someone who doesn't care what he is doing to grieving people.

We need to make a stand against him and let him know that this isn't right nor is it fair.

 

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