The Stonemasons at Lloyd and Smith reached another important milestone this week. The Cross and gilded weather vane have been built back in place and once again they shine brightly over Sheffield. To mark the occasion reporters from various Sheffield newspapers climbed the 29 ladders to the top with us to see what all the fuss was about.
Now the scaffold is on its way down and the end of the project is in sight. It will probably be another 50 years before anyone else gets to the top of the spire.

“Lloyd and Smith’s pure craftmanship restored this precious and fragile monument.  It forms a focus for remembrance services, and will do for a long time into the future.”

Jubb and Jubb – Chartered Surveyors, Historic Environment Advisors

Another happy customer at St Alkmund’s Church

To say that this has been a challenging year would be an understatement. Half way through our work at St Alkmund’s Church Whitchurch, the coronavirus struck and we had to lock down the same as most businesses. Leaving the Church fully scaffolded and no work taking place during this period is not what we would […]


Skilled Banker and Fixer Masons required

Due to our ever increasing order book of Ecclesiastical masonry work, we are in the market for a skilled Banker and Fixer Mason’s looking for varied and interesting projects.Our work shop is based in Oldham Manchester and our contracts cover all areas of Lancashire and South West Yorkshire.For the right person we can offer very […]