Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A grieving couple who have been told to remove a memorial cot from their daughter's grave have won the backing of more than 50, people from across the world.
Stacy and Jason Tinmurth, from Immingham, were left devastated when they received a letter from Immingham Town Council, instructing them to immediately remove the cot structure from their daughter's plot at Mill Lane cemetery. Stacy and Jason's first child together, Maisy Coultas Tinmurth, was sadly delivered stillborn in September and the couple had a wooden memorial cot built to mark what would have been her fourth birthday.
Read More Family's pleas for children's graves to be left alone But the council ruled the cot was not suitable and warned they would remove it themselves if they did not hear from the family within seven days of the letter being issued.
Stacy, of Barnard Walk, launched an online petition in response to the council's request and it has since been signed more than 51, times, with signatories coming from as far as the US, Australia and Pakistan.
The council clearly don't know what we're going through," she said. Duncan Young "It's a trauma anyway when you go through the loss of a child but to have those comforts taken away from you is disgusting. It may seem trivial to them but it's massive to us. Stacy and Jason, who now have two daughters together - three-year-old Ava and two-year-old Iylah - explained how they try to keep Maisy a part of their lives as much as possible and visit her grave at least once a week.
It's not a pain that goes away. We do our best to keep her part of our lives," Stacy said. We have solar lights which glow at night and that's never been an issue.
But just two weeks later, an officer from Immingham Town Council delivered a letter calling for the couple to remove the cot, stating it was contrary to the authority's cemetery regulations. Stacy said she believed the cot was acceptable because it was within their daughter's plot, was no taller than the grave stone in front of it and said she and her husband maintained the grassy area around the grave themselves by using their own strimmer.
How to apply for the show "It is big and it stands out but that was our aim. It looks beautiful, especially at night time," Stacy said.
Greater protection was seen with increased duration, both with exclusive and any breastfeeding. Tuck sheets and blankets under the sides of the mattress to stop them riding up on to the face.
This is my main comfort. We can't throw birthdays and parties for her so this is our way of dealing with the grief and it's for the kids to have a part in it. We are not asking for the world.
Just leave us be and let us deal with it how we want to deal with it. Duncan Young She added: We sit and read the comments and it's heartfelt. Like us on Facebook.
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