The British Humanist Association has a national network of men and women, of whom I am one, who are trained and accredited to conduct humanist ceremonies of all types. 
You do not have to call yourself a 'humanist' to use my services, you may simply prefer to have a non-religious ceremony.
Whatever ceremony you choose, it will be unique, personal and sensitive to your needs.

Each funeral ceremony is individually and sensitively written to celebrate the life of the person who has died, using music and poetry and prose readings as appropriate, and the centrepiece of every humanist funeral is a personal tribute.


Humanist naming ceremonies are becoming increasingly popular and are very personal, aiming to celebrate the love and hopes of each parent for their child.


Humanist weddings and Civil Partnership ceremonies are an alternative for those wanting a non-religious ceremony. Unlike Civil Ceremonies, a humanist ceremony can take place anywhere, from a back garden to a beach.