Jill Bennett | Funeral Celebrant

Hello: and thank you for looking at my profile. My name is Jill – I am a funeral celebrant based in Bath and operating across the South West of England. I hope that what I say here will make you feel that we could work well together to create the right ceremony for you and your family. When I was a teenager, my grandfather died.

Lindsey Horton | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Hello, its lovely to meet you. I’m Lindsey and I genuinely love being part of everyone’s special day.

I live on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds near the market town of Chipping Sodbury, close to Bristol, the gateway to the southwest of England and the historic city of Bath.

Kay Hamilton | Family & Funeral Celebrant

Originating from a Somerset town in the West Country, I moved to Bristol to do my nurse training in 1979. It was during my nurse training that I discovered the area I really connected with , understood and had a passion for, was Intensive Care Nursing.  This led me to London to do the Intensive Care Nursing course and subsequent Staff Nurse and Sister’s posts.

Emily Jane Osborn | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Family and Funeral Celebrant based in Dorset

From an early age, I had a desire to work in an industry that cares for others. Combine that passion with my love of writing (the old fashioned way, hardback notebooks and a simple pencil), interest in people, an organised and efficient manner with a mature and empathetic outlook on life and what better job than to become a celebrant.

Emma Britton | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Hello, my name is Emma and I am a Family & Funeral Celebrant based in beautiful Somerset. I live with my partner John and our handsome dog Billy the Beagle. For over 10 years I have been working as a BBC local radio presenter in the West Country and I have become a civil celebrant because it involves all the parts of being a broadcaster that I love… meeting people, interviewing them, writing their story and presenting it.

Hilary Herring | Family & Funeral Celebrant

I was educated at Trowbridge Girls’ Grammar School (1967 – 1972) and Trowbridge College of Further Education (1972 – 1974) where I gained A levels in Social and Economic History, Sociology and English Language.