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As a fully trained and qualified Funeral Celebrant and a registered member of the UK Society of Celebrants, I will work tirelessly to ensure your ceremony exceeds every expectation you have and that it becomes a unique and comforting memory for you and your family.

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A funeral is a very personal thing.  There can be many elements that go into creating a memorable ceremony.  A ceremony where family and friends leave saying "That was a great send off for say Mum or Dad."

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My role is to help create the right ceremony for you and your family.

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We sit down together in the comfort of your home while you provide the personal details and anecdotes about the life of your loved one.

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Some moving music, well-chosen words, a  poem, a reading perhaps by a family member or a close friend.

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Together, we will create a celebration of your loved one's life.

What type of ceremony would you like?

Removal

Held at either the home of the deceased or at the Funeral Director’s Chapel of Rest.  Family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, etc. gather to pay their last respects.  This is usually something arranged between the family and the Funeral Director.

Funeral & Committal ceremony

Usually held at the crematorium or graveside.  I have carried out funeral ceremonies at the Funeral Director’s Chapel of Rest, followed by a brief committal ceremony at either the crematorium or the graveside.

Committal ceremony only

A short ceremony held at the crematorium or graveside.  This includes words about the deceased, a reading, the committal and a final reading, finishing with a favourite piece of music or song.

A non-religious funeral can be what you would like it to be

 

Please contact me if you need further information.

Tel: 087 352 1588

Frequently asked questions

Natural Burial Ground
I will be putting in further information that might be useful about non-religious funerals shortly.For now, see various links to websites that might be of interest.  Natural Burial Ground

Woodbrook NBG

Woodbrook Natural Burial Ground is Ireland's first and only Natural Burial Ground. Opened in November 2010 it is situated at grounds adjacent to Woodbrook House, Killane, Co. Wexford close to the Carlow border (8 miles from Bunclody / 12 miles from Enniscorthy) and just over 1 hours drive from the M50.