Simon Ormsby Stonemasonry in Ormskirk

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Memorial Headstones

Browse our range of New Headstones;
Additional Inscriptions and Renovation;
Cremation Plaques, Vases and more.

Church Masonry

Quality Church Furniture in stone;
Design, Manufacture, Renovation, Fitting;
Internal and External Masonry repairs.

Granite Worktops

Range of Granite & Quartz worktops;
Manufacture, Supply and Install.
Free Quotations & Home Visits

Stone Fireplaces

Fireplaces built in natural stone;
Design, manufacture, and build.
Masonry to warm any home!

Internal Masonry

New Stone Flooring.
Bathroom stone.
General repairs and maintenance.

External Masonry

Porches and Garden features;
Masoned Cills and Lintels;
Authentic coping Stones;

House Name Signs

Granite, Slate and Stone House name plaques.
Fully customisable.
Popular pitched edge stone designs.

War Memorials

Design, Manufacture, Build.
Work closely with communities & councils.
Professional cleaning and repair.

Pet Memorials

Solid stone Pet Memorials.
A choice of suitable motifs available;
In Granite, slate, marble or natural stone.

Introducing Simon Ormsby

Simon OrmsbyFor over 20 years Simon Ormsby has worked, trained and traded as a stone mason and prides himself on the quality of the finished product - an element that has not changed in those 20 years! As the company owner he does his fair share of administration but nevertheless remains hands-on on the day-to-day production so you can rest easily knowing that his workmanship and experience is at the very heart of everything Simon Ormsby Stonemasonry offers. Simon works only with trusted 'partners' whom he has built solid, reliable relations with over numerous years. This helps to ensure the every job is given the attention, expertise and know-how it deserves.

Coming from a family of Church Furnishers, Simon Ormsby has considerable knowledge and understanding of Ecclesiastical stone work. Furthermore he has the expertise and contacts to ensure any unforseen complications can be worked through while maintaining the high standards of craftsmanship that all would expect. This is a really good opportunity to work with a stone mason who truely and deeply appreciates the unique nature of Church stone work.

Where We Are

Latest News

30 January 2016

Ormskirk Crematorium

The new crematorium on Pippin Street in Ormskirk is in the process of opening (and not before time too!) As the closest Memorial Masons to the new site we were trusting that our services would be required in time - howevever our services were required much sooner than that as we spent much of January working on the internal stone work in the new building.

While we won't deny that the opening of the new crematorium could be good for our business the most important thing is that there is now such a service in the West Lancashire area. Previously families would have to go elsewhere mostly to Sefton, St Helens or Preston.

19 October 2015

New Saw...

Having arrived the previous week our new stone-cutting saw was finally up and running today. It's an incredible piece of kit, weighing over 6 tonnes - and was far from easy to get into position. Thank you to Accurite (especially Mark) for supplying the saw and providing the technical know-how, to the delivery company who went out there way to help with getting the saw into position, to Dave and Tom for sorting out the plumbing and electrics respectively and finally to the Masons who aided in the logistics of it all and can now have fun using it!

This new equipment is sure to make us more efficient and even more precise in our cutting - this is especially good news for customers who require large pieces of stone work such as granite worktops, fire surrounds and church furniture.

12 October 2015

Welcome to Richard...

Richard Taylor has become the latest addition to our team as he embarks on a new career as a trainee Stone Mason. Theres a lot to learn but Richard has been very impressive so far and we hope that he can have a very successful career with us at our stonemasonry.
We apologise to everyone who was unsuccessful in applying for the position. We were inundated with applications and it was a very close call between those who made the interview shortlist. It was a difficult decision but in the end we decided Richard just had the edge.