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Tarbert cemetery


On Thursday September 28 I travelled back to my home village of Tarbert to attend a local funeral and pay my respects.

Prior to the service I visited the nearby graveyard to check on my family grave where my great grandfather, grandfather, grand grandmother and father were laid to rest.

It became obvious very quickly that the local cemetery has fallen into a state of disrepair. Long, thick grass covered all areas; the paths were untidy and required maintenance; and the borders leading to both gates were completely overgrown. Could this be the same cemetery I remembered from earlier years that was always tidy, well cared for and always left in a pristine condition?

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