Personal memorials make up a wonderful heritage, from Westminster Abbey or St Paul’s Cathedral to the smallest village church. They commemorate the great as well as the humble. And they please both those who believe and those who don’t. So why is it quite hard now to have them installed ?
Read this captivating illustrated account to find out what has been done in the past, and how to set about it now. This is the blow-by-blow story: of the stones being cut, and of dealing with the church machinery for getting there. You will be informed and uplifted.
84 pages. Paperback. ISBN 978-1-107-66448-7
£12.00 (plus p & p)
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