Stone masonry and masonry work. Carving and CNC Stone Manufacturing

Georgian Style Stonework Reinstated

There have been some beautiful, bespoke Yorkstone features reinstated at this impressive four story Surrey home.

Despite being built in 1861, the house oozes Georgian elegance with its well-proportioned, red-brick facade featuring classic Georgian period six over six sash windows.

Manor Sawn Yorkstone was chosen as the best match to existing stonework and to tone in with the buff coloured pointing which had been recently been carefully refreshed. Six bullnosed steps with matching risers were commissioned to exacting specifications and installed at the entrance door. Two flat pier caps in the same stone were also cut to top the matching pair of low brick pillars at the entrance’s foot.

Framing the gates to the grounds, two tall brick and stone pillars were in a sorry state of disrepair and had to be rebuilt. Sadly, only one of the original pier caps with spherical capitals had survived, though it too was threatening to crumble away! From the design and dimensions of the old pier cap, two new Manor Sawn Yorkstone pier caps were masoned and installed by the new owner of the property, determined to showcase this house at its very best.

We applaud the care and attention our clients have paid to this house, their home. It looks great!


By |2024-03-01T10:51:27+00:00January 26th, 2024|0 Comments

We Are Hiring

Join Our Team – Stone Saw Operative Wanted

Location: Cullingworth, West Yorkshire.
Hours: Full-time
Salary: £25k – £30k, (basic plus production bonus), dependent on experience

Job Brief

We are seeking a skilled Stone Saw Operative to join our team. The ideal candidate would ideally have experience in operating stone-cutting machinery or similar processes, ensuring precision and quality in the production of stone products.


  • Operate stone-cutting machinery to shape and cut stone materials according to specifications.
  • Ensure the proper setup and calibration of machines for optimal performance.
  • Inspect finished products for quality and accuracy.
  • Follow safety protocols and guidelines to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Perform routine maintenance on machinery to keep it in good working condition.


  • Proven experience as a Stone Saw Operative or similar role.
  • Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and specifications.
  • Strong attention to detail and precision in work.
  • Knowledge of safety procedures and guidelines in a manufacturing environment.
  • Physical stamina and dexterity for prolonged periods of machinery operation.


  • Experience: Experience in stone cutting or related field
  • Skills: Stone cutting, Machinery operation, Technical drawing interpretation, Quality inspection, Safety protocols
  • Work Hours: 42.5 hours per week

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your application to or send an application/CV in the post.


By |2024-01-03T16:45:19+00:00January 3rd, 2024|0 Comments

Unique gate posts!

An example of how our in house team creates bespoke designs for our customers through CAD drawings.

Shown below is our circular shaped walling stone, which has been produced by us to create two stunning, unique gate posts, Topped off with our reclaimed Yorkshire stone slates cut to form a conical top.

By |2020-03-04T09:16:48+00:00February 28th, 2020|0 Comments

Indian Stone Slates

Our natural Indian stone roofing slates are a very popular alternative to traditional Yorkshire stone slates, due to the availability, ease of laying, standard sizing and extreme durability.

If you would like more information give us a call on 01535 273813 or pop into our office/yard based in Cullingworth, West Yorkshire.

By |2024-01-11T22:26:06+00:00February 7th, 2020|0 Comments

Computer aided design and manufacture meets traditional stone masonry.

Bingley Stone are proud to showcase our recent work at Salford Cathedral.  Working along with the architect we evolved working drawings to create a circular plaza with a large radial cut slabs leading to a set of inlaid steps with bespoke sized tactile pavers and a curved ramp for accessibility to the Cathedral.


The plaza extended to over 23 mtrs across and had to maintain 8mm joints throughout. Needless to say, thanks to our in house CAD dept and computer controlled cutting equipment the scheme went together effortlessly and fit like a glove.

By |2020-02-14T15:18:43+00:00January 31st, 2020|0 Comments

Pond and Rill

As shown below, our Manor Yorkstone has been used to create a unique pond and rill in this lovely back garden. Just one of many ways our Manor can be used!

By |2020-02-12T15:27:25+00:00November 15th, 2019|0 Comments


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