In 1952 when the first burial took place, a full-cover concrete surround was usual. Since then the trend is for less concrete for ease of maintenance. We hand engraved the new inscription to match the old, by drawing each letter with a pencil. The old concrete surround was removed and a new concrete base made. This is finished in white cement plaster for extra durability. With the large ride on lawnmowers used to maintain cemeteries, a single plot is never mown but sprayed to keep the weeds down. With the removal of this surround, the whole area is now mown for a neat and tidy appearance.