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A grieving son wants Leeds City council to change its policy on leaving tributes in cemeteries after the flowers he placed on his mother's grave were removed.
Glenn Worsnop marked the anniversary of her death by placing flowers on her memorial at Lawnswood Cemetery. But when he visited the site they - along with other family's tributes - had been dumped. Helen Steel reports.
Leeds City Council say they ensure people sign a "code of conduct" before a relative's memorial is placed there.
Here is some of the wording, which applies to all cemeteries in Leeds.
Glenn Worsnop had laid flowers at his mother's memorial at Lawnswood Cemetery in Leeds - but when he revisited the site with his daughter, they had been removed.
He says he found them dumped in bins around the edge of the cemetery.
The council say they have a "code of conduct" which states people cannot lay flowers and tributes at memorials - unless in special holders at certain points along the path.
A man from who visited his mother's grave in Leeds to find his flowers binned wants the council to change its policy. Leeds City Council's "code of conduct" says tributes can't be left in cemeteries.