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●● DOZENS of read­ers took to face­book to vent their anger af­ter our story about van­dal­ism at Mac­cles­field Ceme­tery. Emily Tink­a­bell Grundy: I’m sure they were re­ally proud of them­selves!! Ab­so­lute dis­grace. Lynda Speak­man: This is ter­ri­ble and just mind­less van­dal­ism. They need nam­ing and sham­ing and be made to fix up the graves. Julie Fletcher: Ab­so­lutely aw­ful, some peo­ple have no re­spect for the dead or rel­a­tives who will be heart­bro­ken to see their loved ones’ graves like this. Julie Thorp: That’s just hor­rid. Peo­ple have enough emo­tion go­ing to the ceme­tery. Sa­man­tha Fern­ley: I was on a history tour of this ceme­tery on the Sun­day af­ter­noon and thought it was a beau­ti­ful place. The team there clearly work very hard and suf­fer from not only hav­ing equip­ment stolen but also with peo­ple pinch­ing the bed­ding plants. I hope the van­dals get what they de­serve. Mel Pear­son: Trou­ble is, if they find them they will get a slap on the wrist. Need to have real pun­ish­ment and then hope­fully they will re­alise it will not be tol­er­ated. Mel Anie: An ab­so­lute dis­grace to the fam­i­lies of the dead, they prob­a­bly fought the war for us. Scum­bags. Anne-Marie Hib­bert: I be­lieve in ghosts so I hope those who did this get vis­ited by those souls. Samie Jane Turner: I’m will­ing to help and clean it up if a few of us can get to­gether and sort it out. Dis­re­spect­ful, it’s peo­ple’s rest­ing place. Neil Allen: Should bring back Na­tional Ser­vice, then I’m sure kids would not even con­tem­plate do­ing things like that. ●● THERE was lots of sup­port for Micky Blair af­ter he told us he had billed a park­ing firm af­ter fight­ing a park­ing ticket. Michael Har­g­reaves: Fan­tas­tic, good luck Micky! Michelle Howle Freude­nau: Well done!! I am await­ing a re­ply fol­low­ing a let­ter of com­plaint about my ex­tor­tion­ate park­ing fine... The com­pany emailed me a re­ceipt as proof of pay­ment and still tried fin­ing me!! The sys­tem clearly isn’t work­ing. Emma Budge: My 68-year-old dad was pur­sued for 18 months be­fore they gave up. What’s wor­ry­ing is that if I hadn’t told him to put the letters straight in the shred­der he would have prob­a­bly paid over £200 to them from his valu­able pen­sion money. Dis­gust­ing and makes me feel sick for the vul­ner­a­ble who don’t have any­one to stick up for them. Mandy Richards: About time some­one beat them at their own game, well done!

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