Check out remote and virtual funerals
Whether it is a funeral ceremony at a crematorium or cemetery, or something bespoke at another venue, During my visit i will work with you to help find the words, music, and actions you want to use to express your love and sadness at this most difficult time. As a trained civil celebrant I understand that everyone’s grief is personal to them, and that your needs and your response are particular to you. I offer a bespoke service to help you find your way through the days leading up to the funeral of your loved one.
A Funeral Ceremony that reflects your needs
What form a funeral takes is a delicate balance between honouring what people either know or believe their loved one would have wanted, and what will help and support those left behind. Some people are clear that, for themselves, they want a funeral ceremony with no religious content, and have communicated that to their next of kin. Others have made explicit their desire to have a religious service.
Many people, however, have not made their own wishes very clearly known. It is left to their nearest and dearest to try and interpret what would have been right for them. I will support you in deciding these questions, and am equally happy to deliver a funeral ceremony with no religious content or one with some religious or spiritual content, according to your wishes and needs.
Funerals can be memorable and unique. You are no longer restrained by religious tradition if that is not for you or your loved one. From classical music to Punk Rock, from horses led hearses to arriving in a Helicopter hearse, from traditional coffins to green wicker coffins, from crematorium to natural woodland or even a burial mound. Today there are many options.
A Funeral Ceremony to remember
Every family will be offered a full presentation script of the funeral ceremony as a keepsake of this important occasion. We aspire to the highest standards: for ourselves and in the service of our clients. We have adopted The Celebrant Accord.
Under certain circumstances a memorial ceremony may be the appropriate alternative to a funeral, or could be held in addition to that ceremony. I can help you through the questions and considerations that face you as you decide whether to hold such a ceremony, and what form it should take.
Child and Baby Funerals
Losing a baby or a child is one of the most difficult and painful losses imaginable.Don’t cry because its over , smile because it happened.. Its important to shape a farewell to the baby or infant. I can offer funeral ceremonies for parents who have lost a baby through miscarriage or stillbirth, as well as those whose children have died after birth or in their early years.
Ready to celebrate their life
Let’s create something truly memorable, heartfelt and a reflection of their life