All told 20,473 euros has been spent on the project, which includes toilets for the disabled, re-waterproofing the roofed areas and water and electrical installations.
Councillor Ruiz Joya explained that the work contract had gone to the local building firm, Bagelsa, so the money had stayed in the village.
He went on to explain that certain parts of the cemetery has always had accessibility problems, which have now mostly been rectified, where it has not been able to eliminate steps, they have been lowered to make them more comfortable.[nggallery id=129]
(News: Herradura, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)