Lawn style memorials usually consist of a headstone and a short base.
These memorials are designed to take up little space in the churchyard or cemetery and are often required by regulations because of the ease of maintaining the grounds surrounding such memorials.
Please contact us if you are unsure about permitted memorials within your required churchyard or cemetery.
Full Kerb memorials
Full kerb memorials are of a more traditional style than lawn memorials and usually consist of a headstone and matching stone sides (known as kerbs) that will cover the whole or a major part of the grave.
There are a number of ways in which the interior of a full kerb memorial may be filled and you will see these within the pages below.
Many churchyards and cemeteries will not allow the fixing of a full kerb memorial. Please contact us if you need any help or advice.