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Last year Kettering Borough Council asked A J Mills Master Masons to carry out the restoration of the London road cemetery wall.

Our skilled stone masons dismantled the 18 meters of old cemetery wall and rebuilt it following the original design.
The existing wrought iron railings were then repainted, giving an excellent finish.

If you have any enquiries for restoration work, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

office: 01536 713714
Email: info\u0040ajmillsstone.com

Match of the Day

it was an honour to be involved with all at Kettering Town Football Club to create a small but fitting tribute to the Poppies Family.

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The Old Butchers House, Northampton:

New Porch, Window Surrounds, Gamble Restoration and Hand Carved House Plaques all in Great Tew Iron Stone - Client was really happy with finished result, as were we!

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Northampton School For Boys -
November last year we were asked to supply a plaque to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.

Richard Murphy - Assistant Headmaster

"Hi Jordan. Many thanks for sending your lads in to install the plaque. You have done a fantastic job matching it with the existing edging blocks around the tree and the detail around the edges of the plaque really sets off the text into context. The ceremony went well and the guests commented on the quality of the plaque. Our Governors send their thanks for the donation of the time you spent creating this for us. Your lads were brilliant when they were here delivering and installing and are a credit to your business. Please thank them for their quality work. I certainly will recommend you to anyone that needs a stonemason. Many thanks again and I will think of you the next time that we need some stonemasonry doing. Regards. Rich."

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Funeral Arrangements:

Monday 8th August, 12.30 pm at Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell.

We are sad to announce that Alan Mills, founder of A J Mills Master Masons, passed away in the early hours of Thursday 21st of July.

We invite family, friends and all that knew him to pay their respects on Monday 8th August 12.30 pm at Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell, Northamptonshire. The church service will then follow on to Rothwell Cemetery.

Alan was devoted to his family, friends and his community. He will be sorely missed.

The Mills family would like to take this time to express their thanks for all the kind messages and correspondence they have received in recent days.

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If you are or know someone that is interested, please let us know by messaging our Facebook page or giving us a call at our office on 01536 713714

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What an amazing end to what was a very tragic story!
After 3 months . . . Bella has been found!
Well done to all those involved,
Great start to 2016!

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This week saw the opening of Trinity Dental!

Trinity Dental is a state-of-the-art, newly-opened dental practice located in the Trinity Centre, at the heart of Rothwell.

The former Sunday School & Grade II listed building has undergone extensive renovations and architects have made use of its characterful features to create an ultra-modern dental practice that is pleasant and relaxing. The original Victorian iron fireplaces have been fully restored to their former glory and we were asked to create a simplistic Slate surround to compliment them.
All involved were very pleased with the finished result!

The dedicated, caring and professional team look forward to welcoming new patients of all ages for premium quality dental care.

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University Of Cambridge;

Recently, we have had the privilege to have worked on one of the oldest and most distinguished Universities in the world!

As a new boiler room was being installed the building required more ventilation, we were asked to remove large sections stone and carve square holes for the vents to be fitted inside of.

Here are some photos of us mid way through . . .