Headstones are perhaps the oldest and most traditional way of marking a grave, and they come in a wide variety of styles, shapes and sizes. You will need to check with the cemetery to see exactly what is permitted, as this can change from location to location. The cemetery may also be able to recommend where to have your headstone made too.
Your loved one may already have arranged all this, or you might be left to organise the headstone with your family. If you need a little more advice on what to do, we’re here to help. We can help you select the right option for you and your budget, and liaise with the supplier to have it made. Headstones vary greatly in price and can begin as little as £350 for a cremation tablet, rising into the thousands for kerb sets or more elaborate memorials. It’s worth also noting that if you have chosen a burial, the land will need to settle before you are able to lay the headstone in place. If you would like to discuss your headstone options, please speak with one of the team.