News and Views
This is where you'll find all my news and thoughts about being a Celebrant and Mentor, as well as snippets of the feedback that people kindly send to me. If you have any comments, suggestions or even your own personal testimonial to share, then I'd love to hear from you.
You can also keep up to date with what's happening right now through my social media channels, as I'm always sharing interesting pieces of information over there too.
Posted: August 4th 2019
Let’s iron out some thinking! Just because someone chooses to use a Celebrant for a Funeral, it doesn’t always mean that they’re not religious. Many just want a balance between religion and having a Funeral centered around the person they’ve loved in life . A Celebrant bridges that gap perfectly for you!
Posted: July 24th 2019
“Have you got your £5?” “Oh that’s a nice picture!” “Are you going the Club after?” Yesterday I was at a Funeral but this time, not one I was leading. Even Funeral Celebrants have times where they have to say their own farewells to people who’ve mattered to them! As we all sat in the
Posted: July 20th 2019
People often choose poetry for a Funeral so that it sits alongside the tribute and music. There are lots of different ones out there all with very different meanings. But sometimes, a real heartfelt message is best delivered through your own words and a lady did just that recently for her Uncle’s funeral. Angela has
Posted: July 6th 2019
Well I can finally let the cat out of the bag……..or rather our new 10 week old Newfie puppy! Please let me introduce young Berkeley to you all! He’s a distant relation to Hector our black and white Newfoundland, as we picked him up from the same breeder just over a week ago now. He
Posted: June 20th 2019
There’s lots going on in the Funeral Celebrancy world at the moment that’s geared towards raising standards and practice across the profession. That can only be a good thing for everyone. But I’m keeping my eye on the developments of the body that’s leading this work because from what I can see so far, the