Are you interested in becoming a celebrant? Celebrancy is an appealing job for many people of all ages and from all walks of life. Many people are drawn to celebrancy after experiencing a wedding or funeral ceremony led by a celebrant. The simple answer to how to become a celebrant is by completing a training READ MORE
We are all living in uncertain times right now. We all encounter the death of a loved one from time to time, but sadly, many of us will encounter more than anticipated in the near future due to the COVID 19 / Coronavirus Pandemic. Understandably, the powers that be all over the world appear to READ MORE
Following a successful study, the UK’s first ‘wastewater consent to discharge’ has been granted for the water cremation process, the environmentally friendly alternative to flame cremation or burial, by Yorkshire Water. Samples from five UK water cremations conducted in April 2019 were analysed against a range of organic, inorganic and microbial parameters by Yorkshire Water, READ MORE
My name is Tally Knipe , a Family Celebrant, based in County Down and am happy to travel all over the island of Ireland.
Hi, my name is Matt Davis. I now live in the beautiful county of Staffordshire, with my wife, Lynn and my son Jack.
Hi my name is Anne and I am a Family and Funeral Celebrant. Originally from London but recently relocated to Cornwall to find a more relaxed way of life.
I’m a creative person who loves the outdoors and am often found in the countryside with my dog, note book and pen.
Kent is a beautiful county and as a hobby poet, there is no shortage of inspiration to be found. The other place I am likely to be found is in my kitchen as I love to experiment with flavours and styles of cooking, often ignoring the need for a recipe book. Sometimes it works and other times my dog loves me even more.
I am an open-hearted person with some experience of life. Over the years I’ve been through my share of ups and downs. I’ve lost family members and friends, but I’ve also welcomed new life and new adventures worth celebrating. I could imagine no better future, when I was at school, than becoming a writer.
Having recently moved back to the Peak District of Derbyshire I decided to train as a funeral celebrant. The move was a natural progression from my existing career as a social worker, where I work alongside people to try to find resolutions.
I am Paula McGrath Funeral Celebrant. I was born in Manchester with a very honest approach to everyday life.
My partner Colin I’ve been with him now over 20 years and 3 beautiful children named Natalie, Mark and Lita all grown now with 5 grandchildren too.