A crematorium in Sussex has come under fire for removing personal memorabilia left by families to mark the spots where their relatives' ashes have been scattered.
Worthing Crematorium says there's been a huge increase in the number of items, including miniature headstones, ornaments and fencing.
Managers say some families don't like them.
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