How do you mark the loss of a loved one?
It is always difficult to memorialise a life lived, whether long or short, full of achievements or a life less ordinary. The connections and relationships that have been and the memories that we have will always endure. Creating a fitting tribute that will last a lifetime can seem like a daunting task. A headstone is a lasting monument and a tribute to a person’s life, perhaps a final gift to someone dearly loved, so it is important to choose it carefully. We at S. Stibbards & Sons can offer a wealth of guidance and advice based on our long experience of crafting beautiful memorials that will stand the test of time. We will ensure that the memorial you chose will be a reflection of your loved one that is individual to you and them. Stibbards Memorials offers a wide variety of materials and different designs that can be incorporated to personalise each individual monument. From simple styles to the more elaborate, we will always endeavour to help you select a fitting tribute to the deceased. Stibbards Memorials use only the finest materials to ensure the permanence of your memorial. Unless otherwise requested we will send you a copy of our memorial brochure shortly after the funeral so that you may begin the sometimes difficult process of choosing a permanent memorial. We are able to offer home visits to discuss your requirements, or call into any of our conveniently located local offices.
We are proud to work with Odlings Memorials, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of memorials to the funeral industry. Established in 1870 Odlings Ltd are manufacturers and importers of high quality memorials to the Monumental trade, supplying Granite, Marble and Stone sourced from the UK and around the world. Odlings are specialists in the production of truly personalised memorials, their innovative and creative designs created by a team of multi-award winning craftsmen and women set the standard in the trade. All images are reproduced with the kind permission of Odlings MCR.
Below is a brief guide to the regulations that are applicable in our local burial grounds and the type of memorial that is allowed In each. We will be able to give you more comprehensive advice if you have any questions.