I trained with the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants in 2009 and have been fully committed to my profession ever since.
I am Suffolk born and proud of my Suffolk roots and have a deep appreciation of nature and the countryside around me. I love animals especially cats and my little Sausage Dog, Pip.
Being part of a large farming family near Woodbridge in Suffolk, and with a family of my own, I have observed and learnt much about life. I see my Celebrant work as an extension to my life and feel deeply privileged to be part of other people’s lives at significant times in their life;
Saying our farewells to a loved one and celebrating their life
Rejoicing in a happy union
Witnessing a renewal of vows and a commitment to love
All these are very special milestones and ceremonies
As a musician, I can assist and advise with music, and with a passion for writing, I can write the Tribute/Eulogy for you.
For Wedding Ceremonies/Vow Renewal, I can write your Love Story.
You might like to read a little more about my day! ‘A Day in the Life Of’
What is a Celebrant?
A Celebrant is someone who can conduct a semi-religious or non-religious service.
A Celebrant acts as a conduit through whom to express your views and beliefs.
A Celebrant is understanding and supportive and will listen carefully to all requirements in order to create and structure a unique and individual service.
Some events I have been invited to take part in;
East of England Co-Operative Tree To Remember Christmas Concert at the Sir Bobby Robson Suite, Ipswich Town Football Club 2012-2016.
Christmas Carol Services at Seven Hills Crematorium, Ipswich.
Hunnaball of Ipswich Family Funeral Service ‘Light A Candle Service’ at St Mary and St Botolph Church
Christmas Memorial Services at Ipswich Crematorium, 2016 – 2019
Remembrance Services held at St Augustine’s Church, Ipswich on behalf of Michael Smy Funeral Company, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich.