15 August 2019, Highgate House, Creaton, Northamptonshire
From Anne Barber - Organiser
A change of venue this year to the fabulous Highgate House, a venue that we know and love! The service and comfort at this great hotel are second to none, we know you will enjoy being there.
We wanted to give you longer to network and talk to each other and the new National Celebrant Awards Gala Dinner does just that and provides the opportunity to stay overnight.
We promise you another packed day that will be of real interest whether you conduct funerals, couple and family ceremonies or all.
About the day
The 2019 Convention will be a day packed with seminars, workshops, talks, demonstrations, and exhibitors to visit. You pick the sessions that you want to attend.
It will also host the first National Celebrant Awards Gala Dinner! There were hundreds of entries last year for the awards so this year there is a special dinner and evening event where the awards will be presented.
We are still adding sessions so keep checking back for updates.
The registration desk will be open at 9:00 am, when refreshments will also be available.
Anne Barber, Host
Anne will open the Convention and explain the schedule for the day.
Ashley Riley, Ashley Riley Communications
What do people say about YOU when you are out of the room? What are the great communication strengths you bring to the game and more importantly what are the things you need to work on? What is your personal brand? Ashley Riley will inspire you like never before to take a truly objective look at how you communicate in your business.
- 12:00 Lunch starts -
- 14:00 Lunch finishes -
Over to you! The panel will consist of representatives from the main celebrant organisations and other experts. Ask them the key questions on any topic and end the day with lively ‘Question Time' debate.
- 16:30 Questions and Close -
Pre - Dinner drinks, (weather permitting) on the lawn
Gala Dinner and National Celebrant Awards
Funeral Service Journal (FSJ)
FSJ is the UK funeral industry’s only independent paid-for monthly magazine, and has been the profession’s go-to source for news, views and information since 1886.