To commemorate the 2012 diamond jubilee. McMillan Memorials was commissioned by the people of the village of Cardington to create a lasting legacy to celebrate the day. The village have a collective field and have turned it into a wildlife and nature sanctuary. The stone was to sit at the base of an oak sapling taken from Boscoble house, where King Charles is said to have taken refuge. The challenge was to create a durable, natural yet grand commemoration stone to serve the regal tree and celebrate a royal day.