The National Association of Memorial Masons said it was "very unusual" for a headstone to be removed.
What does NAMM stand for?
NAMM stands for National Association of Memorial Masons (est. 1907; Warwickshire, England, UK)
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We have 12 other meanings of NAMM in our Acronym Attic
- North Atlanta Metro League (est. 2001; Georgia)
- Number of Class Attributes and Methods Locally Defined
- National Anti Money Laundering Committee
- National Association for Media Literacy Education (Cherry Hill, NJ)
- National Association of Malaysian Life Insurance and Financial Advisors
- National Alliance of Middle Level Schools (National Association of Secondary School Principals)
- Naval Automated Medical Logistics System
- Nuclear Analytical Methods in the Life Sciences
- International Music Products Association
- National Association for Moisture Management (St. Petersburg, FL)
- National Association of Mirror Manufacturers
- National Association of Music Manufacturers
- National Association of Music Merchants
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analysis
- NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Multi-Role Combat Aircraft Development and Production Management Agency (now NATO Eurofighter and Tornado Management Agency)
- North American Maritime Ministry Association (est. 1932)
- North Atlantic Marine Mammal Association
- National Association of Military Marching Bands
- National Association of Multicultural and Minority Business (Florida)
- North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission
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The organisation that has taken the case to court - the National Association of Memorial Masons (Namm) - won the first round of its court bid this week when it was granted permission to launch a full judicial review of Cardiff council's policy.
The National Association of Memorial Masons said the tests were not necessary and a waste of money.
City Cemetery manager Michael Largey said his staff have already undergone training with the National Association of Memorial Masons on how to carry out the inspections thoroughly.
Ian Gostling, from the National Association of Memorial Masons, said: "We are very concerned about what is happening in Birmingham.