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The Ropyal Botanical Gardens Kew

Royal Botanical Gardens Kew

A J Mills have proudly supplied commemorative plaques for the opening of exhibits like The Giant Redwood and The Nash Conservatory which was opened by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

Rushton Hall

Rushton Hall

A J Mills have restored many sections of the privately owned hall and park wall.

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Kettering Business Exchange

On the re-launch of the Business Exchange we were asked to supply and fit a plaque to crème orate the opening by Her Royal Highness, The Queen.

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Duke & Duchess of York Date Stone

A J Mills were asked to create a hand chiselled date stone to be laid by the Duke & Duchess of York

Kettering Cemetry Wall

Kettering Borough Council

Kettering Borough Council asked A J Mills Master Masons to carry out the restoration of the London road cemetery wall.
Our skilled masons have dismantled over 52 meters of old cemetery wall and rebuilt it following the original design.
The existing wrought iron railings were then repainted, giving an excellent finish.

Northamptonshire County Council

Northamptonshire County Council

A J Mills Supplied Northampton County Council with a foundation stone to mark the beginning of the site build of their new £53m Council offices over in St Johns st, Northampton.
The Foundation stone was made from a sawn block of Clipsham (locally sourced limestone) with a Slate inlay to make the Lettering and Emblem carving as legible as possible.

Mawsley

Mawsley

We were approached by the village council of Mawsley to create a bespoke e ntrance sign to the village with some historical relevance.
Like a lot of Northamptonshire, the village was once a quarry site for Iron Stone. With this in mind, we carved the village name onto two whopping 2 tonne Iron Stone boulders. Each boulder was then installed by the entrances to the village.

  • The Ropyal Botanical Gardens Kew

    Royal Botanical Gardens Kew

    A J Mills have proudly supplied commemorative plaques for the opening of exhibits like The Giant Redwood and The Nash Conservatory which was opened by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

  • Rushton Hall

    Rushton Hall

    A J Mills have restored many sections of the privately owned hall and park wall.

  • Slide Image 2

    Kettering Business Exchange

    On the re-launch of the Business Exchange we were asked to supply and fit a plaque to crème orate the opening by Her Royal Highness, The Queen.

  • Slide Image 2

    Duke & Duchess of York Date Stone

    A J Mills were asked to create a hand chiselled date stone to be laid by the Duke & Duchess of York

  • Kettering Cemetry Wall

    Kettering Borough Council

    Kettering Borough Council asked A J Mills Master Masons to carry out the restoration of the London road cemetery wall.
    Our skilled masons have dismantled over 52 meters of old cemetery wall and rebuilt it following the original design.
    The existing wrought iron railings were then repainted, giving an excellent finish.

  • Northamptonshire County Council

    Northamptonshire County Council

    A J Mills Supplied Northampton County Council with a foundation stone to mark the beginning of the site build of their new £53m Council offices over in St Johns st, Northampton.
    The Foundation stone was made from a sawn block of Clipsham (locally sourced limestone) with a Slate inlay to make the Lettering and Emblem carving as legible as possible.

  • Mawsley

    Mawsley

    We were approached by the village council of Mawsley to create a bespoke e ntrance sign to the village with some historical relevance.
    Like a lot of Northamptonshire, the village was once a quarry site for Iron Stone. With this in mind, we carved the village name onto two whopping 2 tonne Iron Stone boulders. Each boulder was then installed by the entrances to the village.