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15 June 2001
Children from a primary school in Warwick visited their local church in June not to pray but to try their hand at stonemasonry.Under the watchful eye of the stonemasons from William Sapcote...
15 June 2001
A sandstone quarry in Shaftsbury, Dorset, last worked in the 17th century has been re-opened by a new company called Shaftsbury Greenstone.The quarry has been opened by Ben Johnson, who sells garden...
15 June 2001
The new venue for London\'s Natural Stone Show next year (5-7 March) is proving a hit with exhibitors.The next in the series of these exhibitions, which have succeeded in providing a showcase for the...
 
15 June 2001
The Paul Hogarth Company, landscape architects, wanted an alternative to the Caithness stone used in older parts of Edinburgh for a project in the city\'s famous Princes Street shopping area. They...
15 June 2001
Roy Pepperell (left), the head of masonry at Weymouth College, with students Zoe Cull, Alex Frendo-Evans and Damon Ayer take a look at the new website launched by the stonemasonry section at the...
15 June 2001
This stainless steel Gothic arch was produced by fixings specialists Ancon Building Products for Haymills Contractors for use on the Symons Street project in Chelsea, London. The project involves new...
15 June 2001
Hanna Conservation and architect Martin Stancliffe have won the £15,000 conservation prize in the Pilgrim Trust Conservation Awards. They received their award at a ceremony in the British Library...
15 June 2001
Martin Robins, managing director of Farmington Stone, graphically demonstrates his point after Cherwell District Council in Oxfordshire said Farmington stone was the wrong colour.He took his bucket...
15 June 2001
Cumbrian slate producers Burlington have produced a comprehensive Roofing with Burlington package that gives architects, designers, builders and other specifiers detailed product and technical...
15 June 2001
William Bogazzi, founder of the Italian company Labrador International, has died at his home in Massaa. He was 76.He was widely known in Britain among architects and in the trade (who included...
15 June 2001
Nino Augusto Iardella, one of the characters of the marble business, has died after suffering a stroke in January.His work will be continued by Armando Ceccarelli and Sauro Bertaguini, who worked...
15 June 2001
Neil Milne, previously with wholesalers McMarmilloyd and, from July last year, tile company Domus, has started up his own business as The Stone Partnership.His aim, he says, is to establish links...
15 June 2001
Barri Stirrup has been appointed as the new National Executive Officer of the National Association of Memorial Masons (NAMM), replacing Theresa Quinn, who resigned at last year\'s annual conference...
15 June 2001
Stone and machinery importers and suppliers Pisani have taken over the agency for CMS Brembana CNC machinery from A J Lopez...
15 June 2001
Although Italy remains the biggest stone trader in Europe, Germany is the number one importer of finished stone goods, which makes exhibiting at the major two-yearly Stone+tec show in Nuremberg...

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