Stoke Ground Bath Stone is quarried near Bath and is a creamy, beige colour which mellows with age.  Whilst its perception may be of softness, it is highly durable, as the Roman and Georgian city of Bath can testify to.

The material is extensively used throughout the UK and beyond in both new build and restoration projects and is regularly specified by English Heritage, The National Trust and The Royal Household.

Projects include:

  • John Bunyan Meeting Church, Bedford
  • Pembroke College, Cambridge
  • Department of Astronomy, Cambridge
  • Corinthian Arch, Stowe

There are large reserves with long term planning consent.