Here are a few observations:
1 The cross was only 2ft high, not exactly likely to kill anyone if it fell over.
2 Surely those in charge of the cemetery checked first, before the cross was planted, as to what sort of memorial was going to be placed on the grave?
3 Should not those who removed the cross first contacted the family?
4 The cross was one of a number of crosses in the same cemetery. The council have, seemingly, removed them all. Why did the council not issue an advisory before this, warning people that wooden crosses were not acceptable?
I fail to see how a 2ft cross is dangerous, given that it is a cemetery not a public highway.
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