CED Stone Inspiring Beautiful Landscapes


From Thames To Eternity Stone Reuse Project

Post date: 07 Sep, 2023

If you have been travelling in and around London recently, you may have spotted these beauties adorning the streets. These large blocks of stone - 58 in total, are part of the From Thames To Eternity project, a temporary stone reuse project conceived by Matthew Barnett Howland and Oliver Wilton from University College London and CSK Architects.


London's Beautiful Kyoto Garden, Delighting visitors for Thirty Years

Post date: 19 Sep, 2021

Nestled in the grounds of the 22-hectare Holland Park in west London, you will find one of Britain's most beautiful and unique gardens. This month marks 30 years since the Kyoto Garden was opened and it was a huge honour of ours to be suppliers for the garden.


Chester Zoo Goes Wild For CEDEC Silver Footpath Gravel

Post date: 31 Aug, 2018

This summer, a series of outdoor creations have been on display at Chester Zoo’s first-ever large-scale gardens and science festival. CEDEC Silver footpath gravel features in the pheromone garden.


Hotel Transformation Using CED Natural Stone Wins ‘Best Commercial Project’ at Master Builder Awards

Post date: 28 Sep, 2017

A Northern Irish construction company has won a top industry award for their £2million redevelopment of the Silverbirch Hotel in Omagh, which used a brilliant range of different natural stone materials from CED Stone Group’s Ireland Depot.


Hotel’s Devastating Flood Damage Restored by Community Spirit

Post date: 05 Dec, 2016

In December 2015, disastrous events at Glenridding Hotel caused by Storm Desmond would in the days to come, bring together local residents and businesses in a show of community spirit.


Looking Back: Dumfries House

Post date: 05 Aug, 2016

Set in 2,000 acres of land, Dumfries House is an 18th Century stately home situated in Cumnock, Scotland, back in 2014 CED Stone supplied ECCOgravel to the project.


Explore a Garden of Magic and History at Hampton Court Palace

Post date: 01 Jun, 2016

On 5th May 2016, Historic Royal Palaces unveiled a new play garden for children: the Magic Garden, at Hampton Court Palace. The Magic Garden is a children’s play area designed to capture the magic, history and legends of the famous Tudor palace.


Japanese Gardens with CED Stone Group

Post date: 18 Apr, 2016

There is no doubt that Japanese gardens are both beautiful and inspiring. Without being able to pinpoint one particular feature, they are also instantly recognisable.


Rosslyn Chapel Revisited

Post date: 01 Oct, 2015

The Rosslyn Chapel, located a few miles south of Edinburgh, has been standing strong for centuries. Due to the prestige and history behind this building, we were thrilled to have a chance to work with and supply the Chapel with products for the car park and pedestrian areas helping to create a sustainable solution that work well with the historical building and its grounds.


Over 350 Tonnes Of CED Rockery At Home In The World Garden

Post date: 28 Apr, 2013

CED Stone Group’s marketing team had the pleasure of visiting The World Garden at Lullingstone Castle this week and meeting up with modern-day ‘Plant Hunter’ Tom Hart Dyke.


Putting British Stone Paving on the Map

Post date: 27 Jun, 2012

CED have been working in conjunction with the British Geological Survey for more than 2 years to facilitate the creation of the Geological Walk at the BGS headquarters in Keyworth, Nottingham and Thursday 21st June saw the launch of the completed path.


From Amersham Building Site to London Zoo’s Penguin Home

Post date: 27 Aug, 2011

When CED’s director Giles Heap was called to a site to identify some golden coloured rocks, no-one could have guessed the interesting journey they would end up having.


CED Stone supplies Mega boulders to Victoria Park

Post date: 27 Jul, 2011

Ambitious plans to revamp historic Victoria Park are under way. A £12 million refurbishment, the biggest investment since its creation in the 1840s, will see a programme of works to improve the park in the run-up to the Olympics.