We service a large number of Churches in Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. Different Dioceses have a variety of strict rules and regulations, we work closely with all of them to ensure we only supply and erect approved memorials.
Below are materials of Natural Stones and Honed Light Grey Granite; designs and carvings aimed to show what is most often approved in Churchyards.
Once the memorial has been selected we must submit an application form to the church.
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A light coloured, hard wearing Limestone stone
Sandstone with a golden tone.
Allowed in limited churchyards
A sandstone which tends to be Blue to Grey / Green through to Brown in colour
All Honed, Not Polished.
Allowed in limited churchyards.
Hornton Stone, Portland, Slate, Cotswold Stone and Honed Granite are some of the other natural stones that may be allowed.
The four most popular
churchyard memorial designs
on any material
Base or Set into Ground?
Flower container in the base or solid?
Most churches allow a small single carving such as a flower, bird or cross.
You could include a separate Matching Stone Vase?
There are lots of different ways of writing an inscription,
we recommend visiting your local churchyard for ideas of formats and styles
For date layouts there are multiple styles such as:
00. 1. 0000 - 00. 12. 0000
00.JAN.0000 ~ 00.DEC.0000
0000 ~ 0000
BORN FULL JANUARY YEAR
DIED FULL DECEMBER YEAR
00th Jan 0000 ~ 00th Dec 0000