By Jessica Elgot, December 22, 2010
A Liverpool Jewish cemetery will have its important historic features restored by a £494,000 grant.
The money from the Heritage Lottery Fund will restore the Grade II listed archway at Dean Road Jewish Cemetery and repair broken and fallen gravestones.
Public access will be restored to the site, which has been closed to visitors for years. The cemetery had been the target of fly-tipping and vandalism and a campaign to restore it was formally launched three years ago.