Have Your Say: State of road is a 'disgrace'
WHAT is the council doing about the pot-holed roadway that winds its way through Oystermouth Cemetery?
This track has not been satisfactorily repaired for many years and is now a health hazard for walkers and motorists.
There are many pot holes and its surface broken along most of its length. There are ridges in the surface and sunken drains and is an area where it is easy to trip and fall and break bones.
When you consider that since 2008 well over 450 people have been buried in Oystermouth Cemetery, where it costs £1,210 to buy the burial plot and another £115 for permission to fit a headstone, a good estimate of the income that this has generated for Swansea Council is over £600,000. Yet nothing has been spent on maintaining the path that runs through this cemetery for many years and it has sadly fallen into a state of disrepair. It's a disgrace.