Our specialty is large, distinctive feature and standing stones, whether for memorial or commemorative use, or as an artistic statement or marker. We also supply many other sorts of stone, such as paddlestones and tumbled slate, boulders, seating stones, window stones, and stone water features.
Our stone comes from a variety of locations around Mid and North Wales, and some from South Wales most of it from quarries, and some from farms and smallholdings. We deal largely with slate and granite, but rarely pass up the chance of acquiring an interesting piece in a different material such as quartz.
We have a large quantity of stone products in stock and we are able to deliver to anywhere in mainland Britain. We can also find particular types and sizes of stone to order, so if you have a specific requirement please contact us either via the contact page or by using the contact details shown at the top of every page of the website.
Visitors to Mid-Wales stone are always very welcome to come and view the varied array of stone products we have in stock, and to share our general enthusiasm for this wonderful and versatile natural material. We would ask just that you contact us first to ensure that someone will be on hand to meet you when you arrive, and to discuss your requirements with you.
The contact page of the website contains information about finding us and a map of our location but please do not hesitate to phone or email us if you are still unsure about how to get here.
Happy new year More
On Thursday November 29 2012 history was made in Solihull when the Queen's Diamond jubilee year was commemorated some 125 years after a similar occasionMore
The Solihull Hospital stroke unit therapy garden and water feature.More
In July of 2013 Mid-Wales Stone was approached to supply a stone for the World War 1 memorial garden in the town of Montgomery in Powys.More
Derrington Millenium Green memorial stoneMore
The picture shows a stone pillar purchased from Mid-Wales Stone for a garden in Hereford. The photograph was taken by the stone's owner, Mr Derek Evans, and sent to us with a letter describing how the stone was installed.More