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A memorial isn't something that most people buy often in their lives, so it is very important that they receive the right help and guidence given by a "mason" rather than by a girl in an office with brochures and prices and no practical experience, or over the phone maybe or "online" rather than a "one to one" contact with the proprietor of the business with many years of experience as it would be with Swift Memorial Services.

Mike Swift and his son Martin have a wealth of knowledge of the monumental trade, Mike, being a funeral director for many years has an understanding of the emotions many families feel after a sad loss and can help in a very practical way to create a memorial that reflects the personality of their loved one.

Martin, having acquired computer skills, has the modern approach to achieving excellent end results by using up-to-date technology and methods, maintaining high quality whilst keeping the cost affordable.

For new memorials we can send brochures and prices and we would be pleased to visit at your home if in our area at your convienience to offer sound professional advice and guidence.

We also offer a very professional renovation service for existing memorials which includes full inspections and assesments to provide comprehensive itemised quotations, including re-fixing with new foundations and anchor systems if required, repairing, cleaning and the addition of new lettering using computer technology to ensure near to perfect match..

Our advice and quotations are free, the very best quality of materials and workmanship come as standard so if you need a new memorial or renovation work in Keighley, our workshop area or Bradford, Shipley, Skipton or Leeds or anywhere in the Yorkshire area please contact :- Swift Memorial Services on 01535 690011

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