Memorial Plaques in St Helens

Memorial Plaques in St HelensMemorial plaques in St Helens are an elegant and timeless way of preserving a loved one’s memory. Honouring the memory of a loved one is an important way of celebrating their life. If your loved one has chosen cremation and would prefer a special place for the scattering or burial of his ashes, a memorial plaque can be chosen to honour his memory. At Birkenhead Monumental, we have a selection of different styles of memorial plaques to help you decide on the most suitable plaque for your loved one.

If you have recently lost a loved one in St Helens, memorial plaques are a fitting way to pay one’s last respects. We are a family run business, and understand the importance of selecting the right memorial for your loved one. Speak to us for advice and suggestions for a memorial plaque that represents your loved one. Our skilled stonemason can engrave or etch the message you wish to have on the plaque. You can also choose from different stones, and we can assist you in choosing the most suitable for the plaque. A memorial plaque can be affixed to any surface you choose. Perhaps a specially selected bench in a garden has been chosen for the memorial plaque. We can ensure that the plaque is correctly and professionally attached. A memorial plaque allows you to put the thoughts and feelings you wish to convey on a permanent marker.

Memorial plaques in St Helens are expertly crafted by our skilled team. We have over 50 years of experience, and our dedication to providing a professional service is highly regarded. Contact Birkenhead Monumental today for more information about our memorial plaques. We supply and erect headstones as well as memorial plaques. The stones are erected to the health and safety standards on a ground anchor foundation. We also offer a renovation service should a memorial need attention. As members of BRAMM, our trade association, we are proud of our commitment to customer service, fair prices and excellent workmanship.

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