Our Work, For All To See
Recent Public Work
Most of our work is not viewable by the general public, being either in a private residence or located within an area not accessable to the general public. However we are often asked to restore a public monument or do other such public work. The pages below are an example of some of our recent such works.
Langham Parish Council American Monument
The opening was a very proud day for all at WooD for StonE. It was an honour and a privilege to refurbish this memorial, especially exciting for Laura (Andrews daughter who is training to become the 7th generation) as this was her 1st major stonework project, and what a successful one !
"Dear Laura, What can I say about your talent, and for making Saturday the most amazing day. The silence at the unveiling which then led to spontaneous applause was the most moving part of the ceremony and a tribute to your beautiful work. Your father is, I know, justly proud of you, and I want you to know how grateful I am ...." a letter from Elisabeth Schofield - Head of Langham Parish Council
Lawford War Memorial
Names of the soldiers who fought and died during the First and Second world wars will be remembered for many years to come thanks to the actions of Lawford Parish Council in calling in WooD for StonE to carry out renovations on the monument.
Christchurch Park, Ipswich Innocence Sculpture
made in Portland stone (197 x 122 x 30cm), placed in Christchurch Park, Ipswich.
Designed by Linda Thomas, manufactured and errected by Wood for Stone
St Osyth Church War Memorial
This war memorial at St Ostyh was in desperate need of attention before we undertook the restoration, the finished monument has now been restored to as new condition for future generations of the families and community.