Losing a loved one is a very difficult thing to come to terms with and there will be many formalities that you will have to undertake.
Gravestones and headstones date back to 3,000 B.C and in the 1600’s tombstones and monuments made from sandstone or slate were place to commemorate the deceased..
Many bereaved family members in and around Shawbirch will want some form of memorial for the deceased, and this for many people takes the form of a gravestone. This will be a timeless memorial for your loved one and memorialises their life.
If you think a gravestone/headstone is something you want, we can help you choose something suitable that best represents your loved one. There are also ways you can choose more bespoke options for your memorial.
There are many different shapes and styles of gravestones and headstones to choose from, this include: upright headstone, flat headstones, kerbed headstones, cremation memorials, cremation benches, granite, white marble and nabresina.
Making such a choice is a very difficult thing to do for many people and we understand that with such a large range of memorial choices and products available this will require some thought and time to reach a decision agreed by all.
With the large range that we are able to offer in Shawbirch, we are sure that you will find something suitable in the style that you may be looking for. We source all of our range from high-quality stonemasons. Our range includes traditional and more modern designs in different colours. All of the range we provide can be fully customised with engraving available, plaques and markers and location.
There are often different trends and styles with gravestones and headstones which are very eye catching, it is also worth considering how the chosen style will age. Choosing something to modern may not last the test of time and sometimes a timeless design is a better option.
Our range is of the highest quality as we know these are very personal memorial pieces. We are on hand to help you choose something befitting and truly memorialising the life of your loved one.