Celebrants

Celtic Ceremonies

Helen Batchelor

Member of the Association of Independent Celebrants

Tel: 01547 550557       Mobile: 07821 411236

helenjbatchelor1@live.com  www.celticceremonies.org

Funeral Services for Powys, Herefordshire & Shropshire.

I am privileged to work with all people to create the ceremony that they want.  I am happy to include stories, poems, hymns, music, prayers, and ritual that reflects your beliefs and values, be them spiritual, religious, or non-religious.

It is my job to work with you to ensure a dignified and respectful, meaningful service is created and delivered.


Treasured Ceremonies

Helen Williams

Tel: 01994 230446      Mobile: 07986526732

info@treasuredceremonies.co.uk   www.treasuredceremonies.co.uk

I will travel anywhere in the UK or beyond to ensure you get your perfect celebration.

Some celebrants are “humanist”, but I have no religious agenda. This means that you can include any words or music in your ceremony that will bring you comfort.  I shall follow your lead on this completely, but can make suggestions regarding content whether it’s of a religious nature or not.

The aim of the ceremony will be to capture the very essence of the person and tell the story of the life that has been lived, thereby bringing comfort to those who mourn.


Alison O’Grady

Member of The British Humanist Association

Tel: 01544 327597   Mobile: 07557 057794

aog60@btinternet.com  humanist.org.uk/alisonogrady/

Non-religious funerals in Herefordshire and the welsh boarders, Gloucestershire, and Shropshire and happy to travel further afield.

I conduct ceremonies which celebrate and mark significant life events with something tailor made for you. They can be formal or informal, using the words you choose, or words written especially for you.


Jenny Bullough

Member of The British Humanist Association

Tel: 01497 831416   Mobile: 07790463673

jennybullough@hotmail.com.

Humanist funerals around Herefordshire and the welsh boarders.

A humanist funeral allows you to reflect who your loved one really was and what they meant to the people around them.  My approach is that since every person is unique, so every funeral should be too.


Dorothy Quayle

Member of The British Humanist Association

Tel: 01432 860221

dorothy.quayle@banquo.co.uk

Herefordshire and neighbouring counties but happy to travel further afield, depending on circumstances.

For me, being a funeral celebrant is much more than conducting the ceremony and the committal.  Bereaved families need unhurried support, care and understanding to help them cope with the initial effects of their loss and to prepare for a fitting and memorable celebration of the life of their loved one.