- To promote the heritage, preservation, restoration and maintenance of Horton cemetery for the public benefit;
- To promote and maintain burial records of Horton cemetery for the public benefit; and
- To promote research and education in and appreciation of the local history of the cemetery and the lives of around 9,000 forgotten persons buried in the cemetery.
- To commission and maintain in a publicly accessible building, a Book of Remembrance of the forgotten 9000 names.
Our vision for the 5 acre site is a public garden-arboretum-nature reserve, for calm walks, meditation and reading, with a suitable memorial to all those buried there. (All tombstones having been previously removed.)
|Dr. Sarah Rutherford||Sheila Berry (Chair)||Lionel Blackman Solicitor|
|Hon. Alderman Alan Carlson|