Thursday, 12 July 2018 11:45:23 Europe/London
Cornwall sustainability awards 2018
Lantoom are proud sponsors of the Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2018. CSA's aim is to reward local businesses for the work they are doing to improve sustainability. For more information about the Cornwall Sustainability Awards, please check out this PDF
Monday, 11 June 2018 11:55:21 Europe/London
Black limestone paving 600X900
We are now able to supply beautiful black limestone paving in 600X900mm slabs. Click here for more information.
Monday, 15 January 2018 15:59:50 Europe/London
Integrated order processing
In collaboration with Superfast Business Cornwall, Lantoom is seeking a formal costed quotation, along with a proposed delivery plan, for an integrated order processing, stock control and accounts IT solution. Download full information here: PDF download.
Friday, 5 January 2018 12:07:46 Europe/London
Well here we are 2018. It seems our goal of building a better world is starting to really take hold; 2017 has seen a huge increase in people looking to build with natural stone and we hope this trend will follow us into the new year. Looking ahead to 2018 we hope to bring in some new products and continue to work with you in the joint goal of creating something beautiful using natural stone. We all wish you a happy new year.
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 13:54:59 Europe/London
Caradon Stone has features in a exhibit at KARST in Plymouth. KARST is the largest independent contemporary art venue in Plymouth, comprising a free public gallery space and artists’ studios.
The exhibit has come to and end. However you can find out more about the piece using this link:http://karst.org.uk/exhibitions?link=augmentedgeology
Tuesday, 6 June 2017 11:20:15 Europe/London
The Flintstone Flyer
For the first time Lantoom entered the Looe Raft Race. The Festival of the Sea is an annual event organized by the Looe Marine Conservation group in conjunction with the annual Looe Raft Race organized by the Looe Boat Owners Association. Each year people from all over Cornwall flock to Looe to take part in or spectate the raft race. The course is lengthy and the competition fierce.
Going as The Flintstones (Who else?) We made a valiant effort but unfortunately our seasoned competitors had the edge and we didn't finish within the top 3. However We all had a great time and have already started planning for next year's raft race. YABADABADOO!
Thursday, 25 May 2017 12:01:13 Europe/London
Lantoom's new guest
Recently Lantoom had a new and unusual visitor to the quarry. However this visitor wasn't interested in stone, he in fact was a buzzard (which we later called Bernard). It appeared poor Bernard had some sort of injury which prevented him from flying very far.
Bernard the buzzard
Spotting the bird, we decided to call the RSPB. Bernard was collected later on in the day and is in good hands. The RSPB informed us that sometimes buzzards like Bernard can become fatigued due to lack of food, this is why he was unable to fly. We thought we would share with you some of the great shots we got of Bernard whilst we waited for him to be rescued. We wish Bernard a speedy recovery
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 15:02:30 Europe/London
Lantoom are proud sponsors of the Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2017.
CSA's aim is to reward local businesses for the work they are doing to improve sustainability.
For more information about the Cornwall Sustainability Awards please visit http://cornwallsustainabilityawards.org/
Friday, 10 February 2017 10:56:57 Europe/London
Made In Cornwall
Lantoom and Caradon stone are now part of the made in Cornwall scheme.
Look for the 'Made In Cornwall' badge at the top right of the product image to confrim its Cornish orgins.
Wednesday, 4 January 2017 09:03:04 Europe/London
Looking ahead to 2017
With the influx of bad news in 2016 (celebrity deaths and Donald Trump to name a few) we can console ourselves by thinking of what a busy year its been in the building trade. Many beautiful buildings have risen and the use of natural stone is apparent throughout many of them.
Looking ahead at 2017, it looks to be a year of promise; an opportunity to create, to build and to incorporate natural stone into our lives. There will always be a few surprises along the way, but with an eye for creativity and a love for all things stone, together we can build a better world.