Forest of Dean Sandstone Memorial with Moulded Edge

This headstone stands as an impeccable homage to your departed beloved, characterised by its elegant pointed apex and crafted from premium sandstone of the highest caliber. Forged from robust Forest of Dean stone in an enduring grey shade, it's meticulously designed to withstand the passage of time. Notably, it boasts refined chamfered edges and incorporates a commemorative flower vase within its foundation.

The inclusive package cost encompasses the expertise of our adept stone artisans, ensuring the meticulous installation of the memorial. This encompasses all vital foundational aspects and ground anchoring systems. Engraving customisation flourishes with the provision for up to 50 letters without supplementary charges, while a modest fee applies for each additional letter. Moreover, the package extends the comfort of a 30-year guarantee.

For deeper insights into this headstone, we encourage you to engage via the "enquire" button or consider a visit to our esteemed headstone showroom located in Bristol.

Dimensions

33”x 21”x 3”

Base Dimensions

3”x 24”x 12”

Price Includes

  • Forest of Dean Sandstone Memorial with Moulded Edge
  • VAT (at current rate)
  • Memorials as shown
  • Free inscription of first 100 letters
  • Foundations and ground anchor system
  • Memorial installation
  • 30 year guarantee

Eco Memorials

Some of the measures we have in place to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of our memorials and memorial services includes:

  • Sourcing stone materials from UK quarries
  • Using the most sustainable indigenous UK natural stones
  • Utilising renewable energy via solar panels at our production facilities
  • Employing a water recycling system with over 95% retrieval efficiency
  • Transporting via national road haulage as opposed to international sea freight
  • Selecting quarries that also align with our future mineral reserves investment ethos
  • Recycling in all aspects of stone processing and across the wider business

For more information see the Eco Memorials section of this website