A mother says she's been left angry and upset after a holiday park removed tributes in memory of her daughter who was killed by a rockfall on holiday last year. .
Charlotte Blackman's family had travelled back to Dorset to visit her memorial bench for the first anniversary of her death.
But weeks later they received a letter from the holiday park telling them it wasn't appropriate to have a shrine.
Victoria Davies reports
The owners of Freshwater Holiday Park in Dorset have told ITV News, they removed the floral tributes because they did not want it to become a shrine.
22 year old Charlotte Blackman from Derbyshire died after being buried by tonnes of rock following a landslide on a beach in Burton Bradstock in July 2012.
A family say managers of a holiday park have left them angry and upset after tributes and momentos to their daughter were removed without their permission.
Charlotte Blackman from Heanor in Derbyshire was killed by a landslide on a Dorset beach last year. The family left the items when they visited to mark the first anniversary of her death.