Stonemasonry to end the year.
I have recently completed a number of stonemasonry projects to end 2019. It has been a busy year, much of has been taken up with work on the memorial for the 10th Battalion the Parachute Regiment which was installed in September.
Recently I have completed a number of memorials including a tribute in Swithland Slate to agricultural pioneer Robert Bakewell which has been placed in Melton Mowbray Marketplace in Leicestershire and just before the Christmas break a fireplace, hand carved in Clapham limestone.
I regularly carry out stonemasonry projects in between designing and carving the large scale public art works. Recent stonemasonry projects have included twin perching benches for Melbourne Hall in Derbyshire and also ornate seating for the new Defence and National Rehabillitation Centre at Stamford Hall in Leicestershire. These were carved in Woodkirk Sandstone and Howley Park sandstone. Other stonemasonry projects have included replacement stones for Worksop Abbey and Calke Abbey, coping stones for Melbourne Church and further works for the Defence and Rehabilitation Centre.