Hunnaball Family Funeral Group

Memorials for Burial & Cremation

More then just memorials.

Here for you.

Delivering a personal service

Hunnaball Memorials provide an individual, bespoke memorial service of the highest quality.

Our Stonemasons are qualified in the erection of memorials and adhere to the standard set by the National Association of Memorial Masons and The British Register of Accredited Memorial Masons.


Attention To Detail

Many materials, finishes, shapes and designs are available for Churchyards and Cemeteries and advice will be given on the rules and regulations that apply.

We offer a full renovation service, our Stonemasons are able to restore older memorials to their former beauty and add further inscriptions when required.

Heavy lifting gantry

We own a heavy lifting gantry which enables us to lift and move very heavy headstones and war memorials.


One of our skilled stonemasons recreating a painting on a granite headstone.

StoneGuard Insurance

Policy to protect your memorial from accidental damage, vandalism, theft or subsidence from as little as £5.60 a year.

After the funeral

Our stonemasons have created and donated a slate memorial stone for the Royal British Legion memorial ower bed in Long Melford.


A bespoke memorial services


Memorials Showroom

Visit our memorials showroom at Old Coach Road, Colchester, Essex CO1 2TH to view the full-range of memorials services.

Or call our Memorial Consultants Jennie and Ruth on 01206 794 747 for further information.

24 Hour Funeral Helpline:

Call Us: 0800 328 1614



Update on Covid-19 and the impact on funerals

We need to keep you updated on the fast-moving situation with regard to the way we are having to change how we do funerals.

We provide a vital service and will continue to deliver the best care we can, with due regard to the stringent government guidelines, and the health and safety of everyone involved.

To help you, we’ve put all the information you need to know onto a dedicated page. Please click the button below to read it.
Latest update on Covid-19