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Who’d Work with Animals or Children?
Who’d Work with Animals or Children?

28 July 2020

It is well-known that working with animals or children can be to court disaster. As a civil celebrant, I am exposed to such risk...

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A Reason to Smile
A Reason to Smile

7 April 2020

I normally write about celebratory events and sometimes funerals. However, people are not able to marry (with guests present) at present and it hardly...

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“Living” Funerals
“Living” Funerals

16 December 2019

A lot of us are moving from standard, religious ceremonies towards personalised ones. This applies to funerals as much as to celebrations. So you...

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Does humour have a place in a Civil Ceremony?
Does humour have a place in a Civil Ceremony?

2 December 2019

Few people expect a civil ceremony to be a side-splitting affair! However, if the person or persons being honoured are something of a ’character’,...

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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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