Bath & Portland Stone

We are the largest and oldest supplier of Bath Stone – providing manufactured and block stone to the building industry.


Featured project: Pembroke College

Pembroke College.

The Pembroke development was designed by architects Berman Guedes Stretton and cost £29m in total. Hartham Park Ground Stone (Bath Stone) was specified for this project. Read more

Bath & Portland Stone Range

Hartham Park

Hartham Park Bath Stone is a fine grained, high quality, durable limestone, ideal for ashlar and detailed mouldings.

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Box Ground

Box Ground Bath Stone is a high quality stone with character ideal for exposed masonry in new build, restoration and heritage projects.

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Westwood

Westwood Ground Bath Stone is a medium to fine grained Bath Stone, with no clay minerals present. This Bath Stone is ideal for detailed masonry work.

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Monks Park

Monks Park Bath Stone is an Oolitic limestone. This Bath Stone is medium to fine grained with no clay mineral present.

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Guiting Stone

Guiting Stone is an Oolitic limestone originating from the Inferior Oolite formation of middle Jurassic Age. Guiting Stone is principally formed from micritic ooids in a micritic matrix with small shells, the stone is medium to fine grained with no clay minerals present.

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Portland Stone

Portland Stone is a very popular limestone and has been used on a high number of prestigious buildings in the UK and abroad.

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Monks Park open day
Hanson Bath & Portland Stone Launches New Facebook Page
Hanson to reopen Monks Park stone mine
2 August 2016

Monks Park open day

Monks Park open day. Mine supervisor Matthew Blake and assistant supervisor Steve Toth emerge from Monks Park mine with an open day guest and contractor Hans Johnson, right.
More than 50 architects, specifiers and stonemasons attended an open day at Bath and Portland Stone’s Monks Park underground quarry near Corsham in Wiltshire. The quarry was reopened earlier this year after being dormant since 2004. Visitors were given tours of the underground workings, including demonstrations of block cutting with Fantini electro-hydraulic saws, and viewed displays of both raw blocks and finished masonry from the company’s works at Keynsham near Bristol. The day was hosted by general manager Richard Wilcock, mine manager Gary Sales and project manager Gary Sellick. “...
19 October 2015

Hanson Bath & Portland Stone Launches New Facebook Page

Earlier this year, Hanson Bath & Portland Stone launched its Facebook fan page. This Facebook page is a place where customers can learn more about the company and follow Bath & Portland Stone’s latest news. To access this Facebook fan page, simply write “Bath & Portland Stone – Hanson UK” in the search engine of Facebook.
24 September 2015

Hanson to reopen Monks Park stone mine

Hanson Bath & Portland Stone is reopening its Monks Park stone mine in Gastard near Corsham. The mine has been dormant since 2004 but an unexpected termination of Hanson’s lease at the nearby Hartham Park underground quarry has prompted the decision to reopen the site to safeguard specialist jobs and satisfy customer demand. General Manager Rod Lafargue said the impact on local residents would be minimal. “On average, there will be up to six lorry movements a day from the mine entrance in Monks Lane. They will transport limestone blocks to specialist masonry works for shaping and cutting...

Design & Development Service

Design & Development Service.

Client and architect concepts can be developed by our qualified and experienced design office personnel. Read more

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