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.
Hello and thank you for looking at my profile and for considering me for a future position as your trusted celebrant. It will be my honour and pleasure to work with you to ensure your ceremony is all you wish it to be, and beyond what you ever expected.
Welcome to my page. I hope you find all the information you will need to help you decide whether I am the celebrant for you.
I currently live in a village just outside of Lincoln with my husband and two dogs.
Hi there I’m Will ; I’m a civil celebrant living in the midlands offering a bespoke, personalised ceremony for funerals, weddings, civil ceremonies and other family occasions. I am willing to travel all over the UK and abroad.
Hello, my name is Paula and I am a family celebrant who endeavours to make certain you have the tailor made ceremony of your dreams. Becoming a celebrant was one of those wonderful light-bulb moments in which I saw a whole new chapter of my working life unfolding in front of me. My experiences to date have equipped me well for the role; it’s now my job to ensure you feel confident and well prepared for your special event.
Hello, I’m Marion, and I live in the Peak District on the Staffordshire / Derbyshire border.
As a Registered Nurse, I worked in different hospitals across the UK, in the community and also as a Practice Nurse in a GP surgery in Derbyshire.
Hello, I’m Paul Standbrook and I’m Dad and Grandad to a close-knit, large extended family. I live with my partner Sam (also a Celebrant) in a little cottage in the country and she and I share long experience of providing support at important times in people’s lives. Over the last twenty years I have built a deep insight and a keen interest in people and in the way in which key events impact their lives.
Hello. My name is Tony Nolan and I am proud to be a member of the United Kingdom Society of Celebrants. A funeral service should be a memorable celebration of someone’s life. It should reflect their unique character and be a professional fitting tribute that will help family and friends grieve, remember and celebrate a special life. I will help you achieve this.
Hi, my name is Samantha Edmundson (Sam for short). I live in a village in Bedfordshire with my Partner, Paul, and two cats (Atticus and Esmerelda). Between us we have five children and numerous grandchildren.
After spending a number of years commuting up and down the M1, Paul and I decided we needed to re-prioritise our lives. We spent some time travelling around Europe in a very old motorhome named Bessie, taking time to reflect on life and read widely. I also travelled to India and Portugal to find out more about yoga and meditation, which I have been practising for several years.
My name is Shaun Beer; I was born in Awsworth, Nottingham in 1961, where I was then educated at Kimberley Comprehensive School from 1973-78. I qualified in 1981 as joiner developing numerous skills in the joinery field.