5 Reasons Why Children Should Go to Funerals

In many families, when someone dies, there can be a tendency to protect younger members of the family from what has happened. Parents and role models often do this is several ways: by sugar-coating the description of what has happened; by introducing the idea that the child will see the person again in some kind Read more…

How Might the Funeral Industry Be Changing in the Future?

A couple of weeks ago, a report was published by the Law Commission which proposed several changes to the laws on marriage. However, in early August, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published a watchdog report on the funeral industry – after two years of investigation – and called for a huge upheaval in how Read more…

Why You Should Choose Your Own Funeral Celebrant

When a loved one passes away, it’s extremely tempting to contact your nearest funeral director and have them take charge of almost everything. Obituary notices, flowers, the funeral celebrant, the venue, care of the body, and burial or cremation arrangements. However, it can be far better to do some of these things yourself, and one Read more…

Susan Elms | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

I am Susan Elms, The Life Celebrant (TLC)

I have been closely involved with people for my entire adult life. I have taught both privately and publicly, one-to-one and group sessions to all age groups and have witnessed first-hand the effects of joy and tragedy.

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.

Mark Gregory | Family & Funeral Celebrant

Welcome, and firstly, thank you for taking the time to read my page. To help you get a better understanding of who I am and what sort of ceremonies I provide, I’ll attempt to answer your most burning questions right here, right now. If I missed one, my contact details are at the bottom. Just get in touch!

Lucy Hillier | Family & Funeral Celebrant

Hello!

My name is Lucy. I look forward to meeting you in person!

I have always been interested in becoming a family and funeral celebrant. From a young age I have always been keen to work in the event planning industry.

How to Become a Celebrant

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…