Divine ceremony willow coffin on river boatThe funeral industry is changing, and we are becoming more aware of the choices available to us when faced with a death in the family. However, there is still a huge amount of education to be done.

Divine Ceremony remains committed to supporting families in the South West, through a variety of talks, events and workshops.  Our aim is to provide a safe space for people to come and discuss their concerns, and their experiences, and to highlight the many options that are available.

We are all unique, and the funeral industry should reflect this, allowing people to mourn and honour their loved ones in a way that is appropriate to them.

If you would like Dee to come and talk at your group or event do get in touch.

Death Cafés

Dee was part of the award-winning team that brought Bristol its first Death Café. We followed up with Bristol’s first Death Workshop, and then Bristol’s first Death Café for families, and we continue to provide death cafés in and around Bristol and Bath.

Planning a better Funeral workshop

Everything you wanted to know about a funeral but were afraid to ask.  These uplifting, contemplative workshops explore all aspects of the funeral and are open to all.


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