Graves of murder victims, inventors and artists are being restored as part of £120,000 cemetery maintenance project in a Norfolk seaside town. Young Prince’s Trust volunteers and a number of conservators are working at three cemeteries in Great Yarmouth to maintain and repair at-risk monuments.
The restoration, funded by charities and the borough council, is expected to take more than two years to complete. The council said many headstones had become “overgrown and vandalised”.
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