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Sawn Sandstone Colours for Budget-Conscious Garden Designs

Sawn Sandstone Colours for Budget-Conscious Garden Designs – read more about the newest additions to our sawn sandstone range for 2019

Three new sawn sandstones have arrived at London Stone, but Dune, Mirage and Light Grey aren’t just attractive additions to our range. They extend design options in another very important aspect.

From l-r, Light Grey, Mirage, and Dune Sawn Sandstones, on display at our Surrey Showroom

Dune is warm buff with a particularly lovely character. Mid-brown and darker-brown markings, formed by rust and iron deposits in the sandstone, ripple across the surface in a way that reminds you of desert sand, or those fascinating lines in a sandy beach when the tides gone out. Sawn six sides, as are Mirage and Light Grey, its fine grain has a luxurious feel underfoot. read more

Number Of Teachers Key To Tackling Creating Child Labour Free Zones

Number Of Teachers Key To Tackling Creating Child Labour Free Zones – London Stone Managing Director Steve Walley tells us about this important issue

Ensuring children attend school is a major factor in ensuing that they are not sent to work in a quarry

Child labour is a complex issue but it is only when you start working on trying to address the issue that you begin to understand just how complex it is. In the UK and Europe, we take for granted how good our education system is. We expect that when our children attend school there will be teachers present to teach them. The situation is very different in Budhpura, India.Before we go any further, a re-cap about the project we are working on to create child labour free zones in Budhpura. read more

Urban Landscape Products – Bringing London Stone To The North West

Urban Landscape Products – Bringing London Stone To The North West – read more about the event to celebrate our new service initiative

Last week our second “An Evening with London Stone” event with one of our Partners took place, this time at Urban Landscape Products in Great Barrow, Chester.

Garden Designers and Landscapers based in Cheshire and the surrounding area attend ‘An Evening With London Stone’, March 201

You can’t argue that it’s a good sign when people are reluctant to leave – and after a presentation from our Garden Design Director Craig Potter, more from Managing Director Steve Walley and Urban’s Mark Youde, not to mention some scrumptious food from The Cheshire Dining Experience, we didn’t say goodbye to all our guests until 10 p.m. read more

London Stone – Taking Showrooms Out Of The Capital

London Stone – Taking Showrooms Out Of The Capital – a London Stone partner showroom might be closer than you think…

When you’re looking for inspiration, where do you go? Or what about a face-to-face discussion of paving options? Or a friendly face, a decent cup of coffee and some industry chat on your way back from a site visit?

London Stone’s North London Showroom – internal and external displays give plenty of design inspiration

From our beginnings ten years ago, London Stone now has eight showrooms around the country. We might have London in our name, but you certainly don’t need to be based in London to find us. read more

Garden House Design – A London Stone partnership in the South East

Garden House Design – A London Stone partnership in the South East – learn more about our partnership in West Sussex

If you’ve never visited Garden House Design in West Sussex, then you’re in for a treat.

Garden House Design’s exterior display – a place to ponder, surrounded with inspiration for your next scheme

One of three London Stone partnerships around the country – making our products at a distance in all directions from London – Garden House Design gives you the opportunity to show your clients our products in person, or to send them along to the extremely capable hands of Debs and Rod Winrow. read more