Searching for the Roman fort!

In 2009 archeologists uncovered the remains of a large Roman fortress. Distinguished by it's defensive ditches and circular corners for archers to defend from. All Roman forts were built symmetrical and by studying the measurements of the 2009 report we can calculate the positio...

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A relic from the past

We recently came across a brochure we published nearly twenty years ago. At the time our main yard was based at a former railway station in little Bytham. As you can see from the picture on the back, the railway ran right past the back of our yard, notice the absence of any fenc...

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Nathan Saville Joins The Team

Nathan has recently joined the team taking the role of sales manager. Nathan is responsible for our sales dept, covering most of the UK, visiting clients and new sites/builds....

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Replicating An Ancient Finial

Our Mason Mark did an exceptional job replicating an ancient stone finial for st wulfram's church in grantham last week. We were presented with a Finial that was passed the point of restoration and was barely identifiable after 700 years of weather. Mark had to use his architect...

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Gold In Them There fields

An Amazing Anomaly Phil kerry was looking through an old file from the days when Goldholme operated a gold mine in Snowdonia, Wales known as no6. An assay reading from two samples from the mine gave the result of .73au(gold) per kilogram. Looking at a similar report from 5 samp...

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Our Busiest Year Yet

2018 has been our busiest year yet and, in order to keep up with the rising demand for our stone, we have invested heavily in new machinery including a number of new saws. Of course, you can't increase productivity without it having a knock-on effect so we have added two new HGV'...

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