A non-religious funeral bears no reference to religion at all. The service is focused on celebrating and reflecting the life of the deceased. The service can be personalised by including favourite music, videos or text in the ceremony.

A non-religious funeral can be held almost anywhere. We have helped to arrange non-religious ceremonies in a variety of venues, including hotels, open fields or even in the deceased’s own home.

A person who conducts a non-religious ceremony is usually referred to as funeral celebrant. There are various funeral celebrants, the most popular being a humanist celebrant. A humanist funeral or memorial ceremony recognises no ‘after-life’, but instead uniquely and affectionately celebrates the life of the person who has died. Nothing in a humanist funeral or memorial ceremony should be offensive to those who are religious.

You may have some religious belief, but you do not identify yourself with a particular church. There are non-religious celebrants who will include religious references if required.

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Simply search the diary by surname to find details of the funeral you wish to attend. You'll be able to leave a message in the book of condolence, as well as find information about flower and donation wishes.