Installing traditional memorials in Morecambe preserves and honours the memory of your loved one for all time to come. At Kenneth A Fraser, we have nearly a century’s experience in helping generations of clients to memorialise their dear ones. We are an independent, family run business and our prime area of work is memorial masonry. Our client base extends throughout the Lancashire, North Yorkshire, Manchester, Lancaster and Cheshire areas. Most of our work comes to us via recommendations from our loyal and satisfied customers. What sets us apart from others in this sector is that we have established a unique blend of traditional values and modern technology. Our commitment to premium quality craftsmanship has remained unchanged over all the years that we have been in business. We have been proud members of the National Association of Memorial Masons for more than three decades and been held up to the highest standards.
When you opt for our services, you can make your selection from a diverse range of materials, sizes, shapes and ornamentation to suit your own inner aspirations. In Morecambe, traditional memorials are a timeless, classic and inspirational way to remember one who has passed on. There may be certain restrictions placed in local churchyards and cemeteries. We keep you informed about these while you make you selection. If you are new in this area or not familiar with these regulations, it’s useful to keep this in mind while you choose the memorial. Our highly-trained, experienced staff are available to assist you if you’d like some advice.
Traditional memorials in Morecambe help to not only remember but also celebrate a person’s life. Different options available include cremation tablets if the person had opted to be cremated. They can be installed in a quiet corner of your own garden. You can choose to have a vase or vase-block installed where fresh flowers can be offered daily. Contact us for more information, advice and assistance. The inscription you choose to put on the memorial helps future generations to know and appreciate the life and works of those who have gone before them.