(From Derby Evening Telegraph)
HOW distressing to read James Crossley's story of the Christmas wreaths being removed from graves at Derby's Nottingham Road Cemetery.
Christmas is a particularly poignant time for people remembering their loved ones and many leave festive tributes as a way of involving deceased family members in the occasion.
It is easy to understand how upsetting it must be to visit a relative's grave and find that a wreath has been removed by someone other than the family, and then left in a pile at the end of a row like worthless rubbish.
These wreaths are not rubbish - they are loving tributes and should be treated with more …