Funeral & Memorial Services

If you find yourself grieving for a loved one, I offer you my deepest condolences. I am passionate about providing a bespoke planning service to assist you during the funeral process so that the wishes, philosophies and beliefs held by you and those of your loved one are followed to create a beautiful, most fitting and memorable ‘send off’.  In this time of sadness, I will work with dignity, integrity and compassion to support you through one of the most difficult times in your life.

By working closely with each family, I create a unique and personal programme which focuses firmly on the person who has died. As a life-centred ceremony, it can be a positive, inspiring and uplifting occasion offering comfort and strength to those left behind.

I will meet with the family and friends of the person who has passed away, to discuss the wishes for the service and to gain a good insight into their personality and character. This is a good opportunity to decide on the details of the ceremony, personal touches and music choices. Whether or not you want to include tributes, readings, poems, hymns or prayers, I will work with you to make the day both memorable and a celebration of their life. I encourage the participation of family and friends during both the planning process and the service.  I welcome you to express your sentiments and to say goodbye in ways that will have a special significance and show positivity in unhappy circumstances.

I am there to guide you through this difficult time and to help you pay homage to the person you have lost, in the best possible way. If you’ve recently lost someone special please do get in touch or ask your Funeral Director to make contact.

If you want to plan a service for yourself or someone who is nearing the end of their life, then this can also be discussed.

If you wish to hold a Memorial Service to commemorate someone who has passed on, this is often a comforting way to honour their life surrounded by loved ones.  Whether you wish to hold a ceremony on the anniversary of a death or make arrangements to scatter ashes, this is a way to bring healing and closure.

 


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