R W Atkinson & Son Ltd ~ Stonemason Services Available

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R W Atkinson & Son Ltd supply all types of memorials to make your job of saying goodbye to the ones you love easier. We cover every requirement for a fitting farewell to those departed, we offer and provide numerous items and services from the smallest cremation keepsake to the largest family mausoleum.

As professional monumental masons we have always worked to the highest standards throughout every stage of memorial production from the initial enquiry to careful installation in cemeteries and churchyards. It is important to us that you get the farewell and the person who has passed gets the tribute and memorial they deserve.

Chosing a MemorialStonemason Inscribing a Headstone

When choosing a headstone or memorial, the inscription length and the type of image you would like can significantly affect the outcome of the design. Choosing afterwards will leave you with limited options.

We will help and guide you with with the type of memorial for you, the inscription, including the font and your choice of personal design.

We have a wide selection to browse through on this website or you can visit our workshop in Malton where we have over 100 memorials on display, or request a no-obligation home visit, where we will bring brochures and advise you on everything you need to know.

Memorial Restorations

Whether the headstone of your family needs another inscription, repairing, cleaning or re-fixing, we can provide a full service in restoring the memorial back to its best.

Our Promise To You

Every aspect of the memorial for your loved ones, including the choice of material for the stone, types of lettering and filling out all the legal paperwork will be taken care of in a courteous and professional manner.

We are also available for headstone renovation & repair, replacement foundations, re-securing, re-erecting and additional inscriptions with all work carried out by fully qualified memorial masons in accordance with the B.R.A.M.M. code of working practice.

Daniel Atkinson