Monumental Masonry

Whaley Bridge Monumental Masonry

Our own in-house monumental masonry service - managed by Jeremy’s son Jake

All Monumental Masonry work is completed by our trained staff to NAMM (National Association of Monumental Masons) Standards, of which association we are registered fixers.

Stones of any design, shape and size can be supplied along with laser etched photographs and ceramic photo plaques.

Advice

Advice

As experienced stonemasons with our local knowledge we can advise you on designs, sizes and finishes that will be acceptable at the diocese or cemetery authorities. We advise that at least 6 months should elapse between an interment and the erection of a memorial to allow the soil to settle.

Regulations

Regulations

All cemeteries and churchyards have regulations concerning the size, design and materials that can be used for memorials. In many cases these regulations are intended to protect precious space and an environment that can be many hundreds of years old.

Monumental Masonry Team

Jake Unsworth<br> Unsworths Memorials Owner
Jake Unsworth
Unsworths Memorials Owner
Steve Hibbert
Steve Hibbert
Monumental Mason
Denis Brown <br>Monumental Mason
Denis Brown
Monumental Mason
Steve Kirkham<br>
Stone Mason
Steve Kirkham
Stone Mason
Callum Kirkham <br>Apprentice Stone Mason
Callum Kirkham
Apprentice Stone Mason

Please browse our products below and quote item number when ordering

These are the most popular stone shapes and are shown with laser etched pictures but are generally supplied without the etching. A full range of designs can be cut into the stone of your choice, we can accommodate most of our customers wishes.
To see our full range of stones shapes and colours please see our brochure.

7 Things to consider when buying a headstone in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Find out more on our headstone resource page about researching and buying a headstone.

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