Let’s talk! Significant milestones shared in a Ceremony

Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending. -Maria Robinson

As a graduate of the International College of Celebrancy I have come to realise that all of life’s major milestones should be celebrated with a personal and meaningful ceremony. I am pleased to offer my services to help you create an occasion that is unique and special to you. With over 30 years experience in education, human resources and the performing arts I can develop a ceremony or celebration that will incorporate aspects of music, prose, poetry and symbolism that will leave a lasting impression on all those who attend.

As an outstanding communicator, I enjoy meeting people and discussing life’s journey and finally presenting your thoughts and needs to a wider community. You may wish to be married, make a commitment to your partner or renew vows; celebrate a special birthday or a special life that has passed. Is it new employment or a new house? A coming of age or a naming ceremony. I would like to work with you to create a very special occasion. Let’s make a time to chat!

My commitment to the Celebrant Code of Practice assures you that your ceremony will be conducted according to this code and with full attention to the ceremonial and legal requirements of this day.

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. -Saint Francis of Assisi

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