Burslem has provided generations of families throughout the South East with high quality churchyard memorials since 1880 and we are very proud of the reputation for excellence that we have established over the years.
Burslem will guide you through the process of creating a memorial, helping you choose the perfect commemoration for your loved one. Our knowledge and expertise enables us to advise on suitable materials, sizes, designs and inscriptions to ensure they meet both your needs and the regulations of the relevant churchyard.
At Burslem we have an in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations which apply to churchyard memorials, saving you time and stress at what can be an emotional and difficult time.
In order to preserve the natural setting of the churchyard and ensure that memorials, headstones and gravestones are in keeping with their surroundings, churchyard memorials must comply with the Diocesan Regulations for the area. A permit must be applied for, a fee paid and authorisation gained prior to a memorial being placed.
As well as advising on what is generally acceptable to the various authorities in terms of the memorial, we will apply for the permit on your behalf and for your convenience add the relevant fee to your estimate.
Burslem’s highly skilled stonemasons are able to offer a wide range of natural stones that are suitable for use in churchyards.
Download our Memorials Brochure to view possible design and shapes for churchyard memorials and for inspiration for inscriptions, verses and lettering. Burslem Memorials Brochure
Burslem’s talented and experienced skilled stonemasons can also work with you to create a completely unique hand-crafted memorial for your loved one.
Call our friendly team now to start planning your unique memorial.
In light of the Government lock-down restrictions due to the Coronavirus the Burslem office is now closed, but we are still contactable by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone on 01892 750120.
We will be fully operational as soon as Government advice allows. Thank you for your patience and cooperation at this unprecedented time.