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Ceremony Legalities
Ceremony Legalities

21 October 2019

Yum! You’ll be licking your lips at the prospect of this blog, after reading the title! Well, I’ll try and keep it light, but...

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Ceremonies and Humour
Ceremonies and Humour

15 July 2019

Many people think a life-cycle ceremony has to be staid and solemn. However, there can be a part for humour in most ceremonies.

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For restful holidays, don’t become a celebrant!
For restful holidays, don’t become a celebrant!

30 July 2018

My summer holidays this year have been relatively tame (not that I didn’t enjoy them a lot): a couple of nights in the Cotswolds...

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A Perfect Funeral
A Perfect Funeral

6 February 2018

I doubt if such a thing exists as a “perfect” funeral. However, I know that Funeral Directors and celebrants like myself normally do their...

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It’s your funeral

29 August 2017

You don’t expect things to go wrong at a funeral, do you? After all, everybody goes to great lengths to ensure that things go...

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Certainly No Monotony or Predictability
Certainly No Monotony or Predictability

9 August 2017

A Civil Celebrant rarely experiences monotony or predictability. There’s no certainty where the next piece of work is coming from. There’s no knowing what...

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