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Funerals and Memorials

Honouring your loved one

One of the hardest things we have to do in life is say goodbye to someone who has died. How we say goodbye matters.

For some that farewell is at a funeral - that may be a burial or a cremation, or it may be later at a memorial. There is no right or wrong way to honour our dead and there is no set way to grieve. 

Together we can organise a ceremony that is as individual as your lost one and as individual as your grief. 

Funerals and Memorials: Services



I do not charge for funerals for children under 12 years of age.


From £300

All memorials are bespoke and tailor made especially for you. Please book a free consultation after which I can give you an exact, no obligation quote for the memorial for your loved one.

Funerals and Memorials: Price List
Funerals and Memorials: Testimonials

Thank you for your support both before and on the day of the funeral. We all felt that you did a good job of understanding what we wanted to say about Ted and about what we wanted to achieve through the service in honour of the person that he was.

You were a great support on the day and as I said before, I think that T would have liked you so it felt fitting that you were our celebrant.

Karin P.  Diss

Funerals and Memorials: Feature

The Celebrant Accord

Outstanding Quality

I have adopted The Celebrant Accord 

The goal of the Funeral Celebrancy Council is to raise awareness of the importance of the role of a funeral celebrant.

A good funeral celebrant will work with you to create a meaningful, relevant and personalised ceremony that will meet the needs of the family and friends of the person who has died.

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