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September 29, 2018

Several of the apprentices of The Guild and I recently attended a tour and drawing session at The Soane Museum in London’s Lincoln’s Inn. 

As stonemasons in training, it was as valuable as it was exciting to see so many fine architectural and sculptural exampl...

July 26, 2018

The craft Apprentices of The Guild have now all returned home; tired yet still buzzing from two days spent in the dazzling sunshine outside The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. 


In this short time, we met and talked to thousands of visitors and were able to practically demon...

July 16, 2018

The Ashmolean are set to host a fantastic programme of free events this weekend exploring all things Anglo-Saxon and Viking as part of the National Festival of Archaeology. This weekend (Saturday 21st - Sunday 22nd July) will be your opportunity to come and talk to The...

July 12, 2018


Dr. Stephen L’Normand is a Master stonemason and sculptor. He is one of the twelve Guild Masters currently practicing worldwide, and is Head Master of The Guild of St. Stephen and St. George. Dr L’Normand also carries out his own projects under the name “Fossar”, the I...

June 5, 2018

As a second year apprentice of The Stonemasons’ Guild of St. Stephen
and St. George, it was an honour to be present at this years ceremony
accepting new apprentices and court members in the beautiful
atmospheric Stone Room of King’s Lynn’s Trinity Guildhall on 31st May.


I...

June 5, 2018

Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation is thrilled to be the recipient of the Canadian Museums Association’s Award of Outstanding Achievement in Research, for research activities carried out in museums or applied to museum practice that contributes to th...

June 5, 2018

A centuries-old theatrical tradition saw stonemasons take to the streets of Norwich to perform a medieval mystery play. 

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May 20, 2018

It was a great pleasure to be approached by Dario Silva, conductor of The Imperial Vienna Orchestra, for help with his recent production of the operetta The Beautiful Galatea (held in The Central Hall, Wymondham on 21st and 22nd April).
The Guild provided props and set-...

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