© Debbie Merritt 2014 - 2016
debbie merritt independent celebrant

About me

My  

name  

is  

Debbie  

Merritt  

and  

I  

am  

a  

trained

Independent  

Funeral  

Celebrant  

and  

member  

of

the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants.

I work mostly in the North Devon and North Cornwall area, but do work around the South West on request. Every ceremony I create is unique, just as your loved one is unique. I will meet with you and spend time getting to know your loved one, and the things that made them unique. I   am   a   member   of   the   Dying   Matters   Coalition,   and   of   the   Natural   Death Society, supporting the Natural Death Centre. www.naturaldeath.org.uk  
Debbie Merritt

Funerals and Memorials

A   traditional   service   can   be   held   at   a   graveside   or   in   a   crematorium,   but your   options   don’t   have   to   stop   there.   The   memorial   can   also   be   extended into   the   wake,   giving   you   more   time   for   friends   and   family   to   contribute   to the ceremony. Following   a   cremation   I   can   also   create   a   memorial   service   for   the   ash scattering.   There   is   a   whole   range   of   scatter   tubes   available   (see   image below)   which   can   be   themed   to   represent   the   interests   of   your   loved   one. This can be held in a garden at home, or at a favourite location.
Scatter Tubes
© Debbie Merritt 2014 - 2016
debbie merritt  independent celebrant

About me

My  

name  

is  

Debbie  

Merritt  

and  

I  

am  

a  

trained

Independent  

Funeral  

Celebrant  

and  

member  

of

the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants.

I work mostly in the North Devon and North Cornwall area, but do work around the South West on request. Every ceremony I create is unique, just as your loved one is unique. I will meet with you and spend time getting to know your loved one, and the things that made them unique. I   am   a   member   of   the   Dying   Matters   Coalition,   and   of   the   Natural   Death Society, supporting the Natural Death Centre. www.naturaldeath.org.uk  
Debbie Merritt

Funerals and Memorials

A   traditional   service   can   be   held   at   a   graveside   or   in   a   crematorium,   but your   options   don’t   have   to   stop   there.   The   memorial   can   also   be   extended into   the   wake,   giving   you   more   time   for   friends   and   family   to   contribute   to the ceremony. Following   a   cremation   I   can   also   create   a   memorial   service   for   the   ash scattering.   There   is   a   whole   range   of   scatter   tubes   available   (see   image below)   which   can   be   themed   to   represent   the   interests   of   your   loved   one. This can be held in a garden at home, or at a favourite location.
Scatter Tubes