THE article (July 20) on the council helping wild flowers in Dorchester cemeteries is in total contrast to the policy in Weymouth where all the cemeteries are cut back to ground level on numerous occasions and all the cuttings and broken plastic strimming pieces left to collect on the ground. All the flowers and wildlife destroyed. Moths, butterflies and bees require long grasses and wild flowers, at least until they have finished flowering and set seed.

David Wills