If you choose a design for a memorial, the size and position of the design, as well as the size of the memorial will determine the number of inscriptions that can be engraved. Our letter cutters will decide upon the best position for a design and inscription, unless you choose otherwise.


There are many regulations governing the type of memorials that can be erected in a churchyard or cemetery. For example, in some areas you cannot have kerbing around the grave space and in churchyards, granite, marble, open books, crosses and gilded letters are not usually permitted. The size of a memorial is generally governed by the appropriate burial authority. Please allow us to check these regulations for you before you make your final choice.

Trade Descriptions Act

As the materials are natural stone, the colour can vary slightly from those shown.

Every effort is made to select only the best materials of monumental quality.