Thank you so much for taking the time to research & find me. We have obviously been led to find each other & I’m hoping that this will be the start of an inspiring journey for us both.
Hi, my name is Karen, thank you for visiting my page. As an Independent Celebrant, trained by UK Society of Celebrants, my aim is to create a truly unique and meaningful ceremony whatever your life event. From rock bands and royalty, to becoming a celebrant.
Bonjour! My name is Lara and I am a Family and Funeral Celebrant based in France. I live in rural Normandy with my alpacas, kittens and chickens. Not to forget my wonderful Husband Paul who I married right here in France.
UKSOC Tutors and Celebrants at recent visit to Resomation Limited. Resomation: known as water cremation, is the new alternative to flame cremation and burial. Giving people a new choice at the end of life, water cremation is a gentler, environmentally friendly option that allows a natural process using water instead of flames. End of READ MORE
A warm welcome to my page. I hope that here you will find all the information you need to decide whether I am the celebrant for you. Let me begin by telling you a little bit about myself. I have been a teacher for thirty years, working in England, Cyprus, Spain, Kenya and Kuwait. Teaching abroad has given me the opportunity to work and socialise with many different nationalities.
Through the years I have had the benefit of experiencing many cultures and diverse beliefs. This gives me unique insights to draw from when speaking to people on both joyous and sad occasions. I work part time in catering here in the UK; however I have found myself on a new and exciting path, where I believe I can be of greater use and service.
Whether a graveside ceremony follows a funeral ceremony or is a stand-alone event, this should be attended with the same attitude of respect and courtesy as a funeral ceremony or memorial ceremony. What To Expect At A Graveside Ceremony A graveside ceremony can follow a traditional funeral, can precede a memorial ceremony, or can be READ MORE
I left nursing in a hospital over 30 years ago to work for a forward thinking agency who provided support for those who wished to be cared for and die at home. Little did I know at the time the impact that decision would have on the rest of my working life. My nurse training READ MORE
For many years I worked, firstly as a Consultant Surgeon in the NHS and later in a joint University/NHS post, caring for people with cancers of the face and jaw and their families.
If you are in the midst of planning a funeral for a loved one, it can be a very overwhelming time leaving you feeling very vulnerable. There is so much to process and so many decisions to make.
Let me help. As a Certified Funeral Celebrant I specialize in working with families to create meaningful ceremonies.