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  • Bronwyn Baud


    The loss of a dearly-beloved family member is difficult. However, we can ease our pain slightly by honouring our loved one with a ceremony which reflects them and their life as best we can. Whether you refer to it as a Funeral, or as a Celebration of Life, I will create and conduct a truly meaningful and memorable ceremony which will live on in your hearts forever.

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  • Kate and Kate


    Kate and Kate are winners of the 2019 Good Funeral Award for Funeral Celebrant of the Year Why Funeral Celebrancy? Kate Tym and Kate Dyer met when they worked together as Marriage Registrars before leaving, together, to become independent celebrants. They quickly became disillusioned with the type of conveyor-belt funeral being offered, and accepted, in most of the UK and the costs attached. As independent celebrants, they are passionate about changing the face of funerals in the UK. There's no right or wrong way to conduct an end-of-life celebration, it's whatever feels right for you and whatever you feel captures and reflects the person who has died and sums up what made them them. Organising A Ceremony They are all about choice and want you to know that you can hold your final farewell in a barn, or a village hall, or even in your back garden and that, by separating the cremation or burial from the celebration of life, you completely change the atmosphere and free yourself up to provide a much more personal experience. A ...

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  • May Andrews


    "Getting to know someone’s life story is always an extraordinary experience, especially when you are being entrusted with those memories, later to put them into words during the service. Through my time I have taken both non-religious ceremonies as well as spiritual, Church of England, Catholic, Jewish, Sikh and Hindu ceremonies."

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  • Rebecca Lee – Whale


    “Your special service can be tailored to cater for required wishes, requests and beliefs. It can be traditional or contemporary and I can create a ceremony that can be spiritual or secular (non-religious), or you may like to include a hymn, prayer or blessing. It’s your choice.”

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