Registered monumental masons
List of registered monumental masons
These monumental masons are registered with us. Any monumental mason not on this list may apply to do so: see the link to the Monumental Mason Registration Scheme below.
3 Wildman Street, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 6EN
Telephone: 01539 735583
Parkin & Jackson
14 Appleby Road, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 6ES
Telephone: 01539 722838
A & J Robertson (Granite) Ltd / Beattie Memorials
9 Merkland Road East, Aberdeen AB24 5JT
Telephone: 01224 652000
North East Granite Ltd
Littleburn Industrial Estate, Langley Moor, Durham DH7 8HJ
Telephone: 01913 780555
Mounsey & Wheatley / Stonecraft Design
35 Great Dockray, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 7BN
Telephone: 01768 891021
Unit 1 Port Road Workshops, Carlisle, Cumbria CA2 7AJ
Telephone: 01228 512888
Mount Spring Works, Burnley Road East, Waterfoot, Lancashire BB4 9LA
Telephone: 07940 555887
- Murray Memorials
The Grove, The Memorial Work, Castleside, Consett, County Durham DH8 8BE
Telephone: 0191 5641937
The Monumental Mason Registration Scheme aims to establish a uniform standard of workmanship and working practices throughout all of our cemeteries. The scheme will address the standards required for the installation, repair and maintenance of memorials for both new and existing, insurance cover, health and safety requirements and administrative requirements, with a view to producing a common approach at every cemetery under our management. Through adoption of this scheme, it is the intention to identify and promote the best practice of the industry by all registered monumental masons.
How to join the monumental mason registration scheme
Applicants should read the guidance notes before completing the application form at the end of the memorial mason registration scheme guidance notes and application form (PDF 181Kb / 10 pages)
Monumental masons who register with this scheme must also abide by the cemetery regulations.
We carry out regular inspections of the memorials in all of the cemeteries. These inspections have highlighted a number of unstable memorials, especially in Penrith, Appleby and Garrigill cemeteries. These memorials have been 'made safe' by either laying them flat, or supporting them with posts. We appreciate that visitors to the cemeteries may be distressed by the sight of memorials being laid flat, but we hope that people will appreciate that we had to do this in the interest of safety.
If you are the owner of memorials that have been laid down, or supported, please contact the Bereavement Services Office and arrange with a memorial mason to have the memorials repaired. The responsibility for the repair and maintenance of memorials remains with the owner of the grave, their successor, or representative.