our work

Is sometimes backbreaking. But we do it for pleasure.

  • No words can describe the feeling on a fine day seeing the fruits of our labour but when someone says thank you, we know we did something good. Something that will last for many years. Something that can ease the pain of losing someone who mattered.

The newly restored stonework of Pharaoh and Samuel Adams. Owners of the family butchers for many years at the bottom of Lye High Street. Reknowned black country characters remembered for auctioning meat on Saturday afternoons.

Before and after restoration of the grave of Henry Wooldridge.

Newly restored graves of Thomas Rhodes, Arthur Gardener, and Leah Taylor.

“Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away. Change and decay in all around I see. O Thou who changest not, abide with me”