Our son, Cameron David Heath Adams was stillborn at 38 weeks on the 20th April 2001. His death was sudden and without warning. For the past three years, his grave has been repeatedly vandalised, ornaments stolen and even a letter left on his grave to say that he did not deserve to have a normal resting place, he deserved to be buried alone, in the corner of the graveyard. For one thing, I can not even put to words how devastating it was and is to lose a child, then for some person (s) to make light of the situation, disrespect what should be his final resting place and continue to break our hearts. We have complained to the newspaper, our cemetery department and the council, only for nothing to ever be done, and to be told basically that they were not going to do anything about it. The final straw came this week when Cameron
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Sarah Jenkins, United Kingdom8 years ago Country: GB
Comments: I lost my son at 38 weeks. He is safe and in a lovely place. I cannot imagine what hurt you must be feeling. God Bless. Sarah x
Chrissy Russell, United Kingdom9 years ago Country: GB
Comments: I have a daughter in a grave too. Bless you and I hope that something will be done to protect your child's precious memory.
Donna Bickerstaffe, United Kingdom9 years ago Country: UK
Comments: After also giving birth to a sleeping angel named Liam in Jan this year..my partner and I can understand the pain to begin with. Luckily our son is buried in a beautiful and quiet cemetary..but if we ever had to cope with the pain of heartless and sick vermin vandalising our baby's resting place..I would truly kill these animals with my own bare hands.
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