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Holidays

Our son and his wife and family have been on holiday this week so we had the pleasure of looking after their two dogs, Gemma the Labrador and Truffle the miniature Schnauzer and the guinea pig Wilbur. They are not a real problem but along side our […]

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Catch Up

Hello all…very sorry for the break in transmission but we have had a bit of a problem with the website!  All seems ok now!! Such a lot of news  to tell you.  We have done quite a few weddings recently so I will fill you in on […]

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year to all our likers, followers and new friends. It looks like 2017 is going be quite a busy year for The UK Celebrants. We have loads of ceremonies booked already and more enquiries to be dealt with very soon! We love our job and […]

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Another review

Thank you both for a beautiful ceremony, it was everything we wanted and more. It was absolutely perfect. Danielle Frankish

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Testimonials

Hi again dear readers…..we thought as we hadn’t posted anything for a while that we would share with you a few of the lovely words our brides and grooms have said about our services and ceremonies: “Myself and Mark cannot thank you enough. Everything was perfect, absolutely […]

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A New Handfasting

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Why do we eat chocolate eggs at Easter?

As you tuck into your tasty chocolate eggs this Easter, you may wonder what significance they have on this most important of Christian holidays. Though chocolate eggs are a very modern custom, decorating eggs actually predates Christianity with some of the earliest examples being engraved ostrich eggs […]

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Mixed emotions

Hello again, dear reader: It has been a day of mixed emotions for me today. I like days like this as all my feelings let me know I am still well and truly alive! First thing, I got a bit teary as I watched Breakfast on BBCTV. […]

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New Blog

Dear Reader, It was such a beautiful day today. Frost nice and early, bright blue skies, hardly any wind. It was so good to get out and about with our dog Harry. A good walk along our bridle path and into the fields. It was very muddy […]

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The Origins of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is linked to the Pagan festival of Lupercalia, which was celebrated on February 15th by young Romans centuries before Christ.  The celebration was held in honour of the goddess Februata Juno, and concerned all young people of marriageable age. The Names or tokens representing all […]

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