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bespoke memorial benches

This week has been very busy making some bespoke memorial benches.at three o'clock today we were finished so we packed up and left work to enjoy the rest of the sun,working on the memorial seating always makes me appreciate the fragility of life, we are only here for a blink of an eye,with that in mind it helps to take stock and think what is important .Working to hard for too long every week will do no good !so next time a client gives you a hard time I hope the image attached helps for more on our bespoke memorial seating have a look here http://www.benchmemorials.co.uk/benches.html

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    Nice simple, strong beauty, and love the phrase addition too.
  • Chris makes some really smashing furniture, I was really impressed with what he brought to the hard landscaping show.
    His work has a terrific presence and a look of permanence.
  • thanks for the kind comments ,we try our best
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