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Memorials

What happens at a memorial? 

Holding a humanist (non-religious) memorial ceremony is a meaningful and personal way to mark and celebrate the life and legacy of your loved one.

 

Typically, a memorial happens some time after the funeral or direct cremation has taken place - for instance to mark a special occasion such as the person's milestone birthday, wedding anniversary or the anniversary of their death. 

 

Memorials are now especially popular with families who could only have a small funeral for their loved one during the pandemic, and who are now ready to pay tribute to them with a larger celebration of life. 

 

A memorial ceremony can be combined with the scattering or interment of ashes. 

 

​Your loved one's memorial can include:

-Tributes to your loved one

-Your choice of poems and/or music

-a symbolic ritual, such as scattering ashes or planting a tree

I'm currently leading memorial ceremonies on Saturdays and Sundays. 

To find out more, please get in touch

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