A rather old one, really – but nonetheless grand. It all started with Albert Hibbitt – an original stonemason who established his presence in the industry in 1890 in a small workshop on Alpha Road in Cambridge.
A short time thereafter our founder moved his workshop to Victoria Road where John, Mark & Paul Hibbitt; all direct descendants of Albert himself manage the company today. It is here where we have carried out many successful restorations including St. John’s College Chapel, Audley End House, Ely Cathedral and Wimpole Hall.

Yet it’s not just our three descendants who are long-serving members of the company – in fact, some of our team have been with us for over 30 years and the majority of our workforce have gained invaluable skills through our apprenticeship scheme, which extends the basic knowledge they’ll have learnt during their time at Stonemasonry College in Weymouth Dorset.

Brushing up on new techniques and polishing up the traditional ones is always a hands on job at Hibbitt Masonry thanks to our busy and productive workshops and current work site jobs that encourage both variety and enthusiasm in a range of settings both historic and modern.

Over the years we’ve built up a reputation of our own and a reputation among other specialised firms and it’s through these close relationships that we’re able to draw on and compliment each and every project utilising the skills and experience gained to achieve the outstanding results we and our clients expect.

During our 125+ years of trading, we have been involved with the restoration and conservation of countless prestigious historic buildings. Yet the most notable in our portfolio includes many of the Cambridge Colleges, Various Churches, Cathedrals and National Trust Properties.

Areas covered:- Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Rutland, Essex and London.

Craftsmanship award 1994 Hibbitt & Sons 1 (2)


With Hibbitt Masonry, you really can have it all; classic stonemasonry evolved by contemporary methods and advanced technologies. The result? Even more affordable stonemasonry while retaining the same exceedingly high quality.


Age is nothing but a number – yet for us, it’s an advantage since we’ve over 125 years as experts in the trade and we’re able to pass that onto the younger members of our workforce, helping to shape their futures and your Architecture to the highest possible standards.



2018 National Stone Awards – Highly Commended – St Edmund or St James Church, Blunham (Main Contractor)

2018 National Stone Awards – Commended -All Saints Church, Clifton (Main Contractor)

St Johns College – Chapel, Cambridge

2016 National Stone Awards – Award Winner -Gothic Tower, Wimpole (Stone Supplier)

The Tower Restoration at St George of England Church, Toddington.

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