Duchess of Cornwall unveiling memorial plaque

We've recently had the great honour of creating a memorial plaque for Saint Ronan's School in Hawkurst, Kent. The plaque was unveiled by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, who has dedicated an all-weather pitch to the school in memory of her late brother Mark Shand.

The Duchess' brother, Mark Shand, attended the school from 1959 to 1964. and has since done a lot of charitable work in aid of the school and its pupils. Mark was due to unveil the pitch himself, but sadly passed away before he could return to the school.

The plaque itself is huge, standing 600mm tall and 900mm wide. It has been crafted from the finest 20mm thick Welsh slate and the engraving has been left natural (including the schools crest which sits at the top of the plaque). Natural unpainted engraving highlights the beauty of the material and ensures a durable, striking finish. Natural engraved inscriptions and images are available across all our stone materials and can look either traditional or contemporary depending on font styles.

You can read more about the duchess visit at: www.dailymail.co.uk

At Stone Sign, we love to create unique, bespoke plaques for openings and unveilings up and down the country, and it is always a pleasure to do a plaque for these special occasions. If you would like to see some more of our favourite unveiling plaques or see some of our options for getting your own plaque made you can see them here


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