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Bristol Wedding

Here we are at the wedding of Sandy and Richard’s grandson.  It was held at a Castle near Bristol and there was even a Casino for all the guests after […]

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Poems for Ceremonies – 1

I recently showed my wedding photos to my grandchildren and this poem came to mind!  We are still happily married, even through Lockdown!

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At our first meeting…..

We can chat by Skype, Zoom, phone and outside as long as we are all socially distanced!  The most important thing is to be right for each other.

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Ceremony Table Decoration

I perform many Beach and Sea themed Wedding and Renewal of Vows ceremonies as I live in South Devon.  Katie and James collected all the shells themselves to create this […]

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Laughing Gran

I was privileged to perform the funeral ceremony recently of a lady I had known for a few years.  She was always smiling with a twinkle in her eye! As […]

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Funeral Processions

The situation with COVID19 means that funeral numbers are, sadly, still heavily restricted.  It is heartbreaking talking to families who have lost loved ones but cannot say a proper goodbye because […]

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Alternative ways to saying goodbye

As the rules surrounding Funerals change, you may be deciding that Direct Cremation is the best option to protect your family. But you may be thinking, if you cannot hug […]

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Dragonfly Symbolism

How can we answer the many questions young children have about death? Looking for a meaningful way to explain to neighbourhood children the death of a five year old friend, […]

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Funeral Wishes

Remember your life, memories can fade no matter how hard you try to hold on to them.  Record your memories down while they’re vivid.  Write them down, video them or make an […]

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I’ll Remember You

I have collected many poems for all types of ceremonies over the years and can share these with families when they are planning their loved ones funeral.  This poem is […]

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