Family Funeral Services
A Civil funeral is " A Civil Funeral is a funeral driven by the wishes, beliefs, and values of the deceased and their family, not by the beliefs or ideology of the person conducting the funeral. It sits between a religious service and a humanist funeral"
Every service is written by me and created in a way to honour and respect the uniqueness and individuality of the person that has died, focusing on what made them special to everyone in their lives.
Acknowledging different types of funeral services that can be created, this is discussed when we meet or you may have already decided upon the type of service that is required.
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It enables family and friends to come together to recognise the contribution a person had on your life. Joining together to celebrate the life of a loved one is a very special occasion to say farewell and creative uplifting service has the ability to draw people together, to go forward
knowing that the deceased may have had an influence in your world. The day creates memories to reflect upon where the final goodbye ceremony will help to sustain you in the coming days, months and years.
A good well rounded and researched funeral tribute has a way of bringing many aspects together which when presented at the service will provide you with memories of a ceremony that encompasses a life that you were a part of. A good send off as they used to say
Civil funeral services are created to reflect all your loved one means to you, their character and personality will shine through. Family and friends can have an input into the service to make it inclusive and special. Sometimes there are elements in their life that are not that great but soft reference can be made if it illustrates their character.
Civil Funeral Service £200
Religious Service £200
Scattering of ashes £50
Interment of ashes £50
Memorial services POA
Pre-need tributes £125
Some considerations whilst discussing with Ashley ask about the style and tone that you would like for the ceremony include music, readings, symbolic acts of remembrance and any other personal elements;
Talk about ways of including people who would like to take an active role in the ceremony by speaking, reading, singing.
Find out about the person who has died a good celebrant will ask for stories and memories and key events that capture the essence of the person you love.
Invite contributions from other people who know your loved one to get the broadest possible insight into their life.