Monumental & Memorial Masons

National Association of Memorial Masons
  • Nantwich High Street
  • Nantwich
Nantwich High Street1 Nantwich2


Nestled amongst the wattle and daub buildings in the historic Cheshire town of Nantwich is Rogers Masonry Ltd, one of the oldest establishments in the area.

Nantwich is a picturesque market town, set by the River Weaver, has kept its medieval street pattern and a pedestrianised centre allows exploration of the winding streets and pathways.

St Mary's Church, Nantwich

The focal point of the town is the Square which is the setting for St Mary's Church, known as the 'Cathedral of South Cheshire'. One of the finest medieval churches in Britain, it has many interesting features. The church is open daily from 8.30 am until 4.00 pm for private prayer and visitors. Surrounding the Church are narrow winding streets with timber-framed buildings many of which are classified as Grade I Listed.

St Mary's, Church Acton

The red sandstone parish church is dedicated to St Mary the Virgin; it is listed at grade I. The tower dates originally from the 13th century, or a little earlier, and is one of the earliest in Cheshire. Much of the remainder of the church dates from the 15th century, although the chantry was endowed in 1398 and the north aisle windows are 14th century.

Nantwich Cemetery

Whitehouse Lane, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6HP

The Cemetery opened in 1875 and is open to the public every day of the year, on weekdays from 8.00am to sunset or 8.00pm whichever is earlier and at weekends from 9.00am to sunset or 7.00pm whichever is earlier.

For convenience the rules surrounding stone memorials on East Cheshire council cemeteries has been reproduced here...

Barony Road All-Saints Cemetery




Cathedral of South Cheshire