Council chiefs have reached an agreement with grieving parents in a dispute over removing treasured mementos from children’s graves.
The city council has postponed plans to remove mementos from babies’ graves until officials have met with affected parents.
Almost a thousand people have signed a petition begging “heartless” council bosses not to clear away mementos on their babies’ graves.
Grieving parents call for babies’ graves to be left alone amid north-east council’s cemetery rules enforcement
Grieving parents have begged council bosses not to clear toys and other mementos from their “sacred” babies’ graves.
Grieving parents have been told to remove cuddly toys and other memorabilia from the grass beside their babies’ graves because they are considered a safety hazard by the city council.
Grieving parents have been given just 10 days to remove tributes to deceased babies from a crematorium after Aberdeen City Council deemed them a safety hazard.
A number of upgrades have been proposed for Hazlehead Cemetery after various issues were raised with Aberdeen City Council regarding disabled access.
An Aberdeen pensioner said he would be "heartbroken" if the lack of inclusive parking facilities at Hazlehead Cemetery meant he was unable to continue visiting his wife's grave.
Bereaved families affected by the baby ashes scandal are being encouraged to attend meetings next week to discuss setting up a memorial to the victims.
Aberdeen City Council has been urged to carry out improvements to a cemetery car park, following concerns about disabled access.
The sister of an Aberdeen mother-of-two who died last year has hit out at the vandals who ruined a headstone afforded by the fundraising of family and friends.