Memorial to honour buried babies
The memorial will mark the graves of more than 250 stillborn children
A dedication service is to be held in Glasgow to honour more than 250 stillborn children who were buried in unmarked graves.
A new landscaped area with a memorial tree area will be unveiled in Old Eastwood Cemetery, Thornliebank.
It will also feature a small granite block with the inscription: "For all our babies briefly known but never forgotten".
The city council hopes it will provide a peaceful place for grieving families.
The dedication service will be conducted by Paul Romano, Glasgow City Council's chaplain.
A piper will play Flowers of the Forest.
Councillor Ruth Simpson said: "We hope our action in providing this quiet and peaceful area will help families, particularly those who have endured the loss of a child, to come together and reflect."
The council has other infant gardens at St Kentigerns, Lambhill, the Necropolis and Linn Cemetery.