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Chapel Refurbishment

As some of you may have heard our builders have been working very hard getting our chapel refurbishments finished. For those familiar with the trust, you will remember the old healing chapel reception area/waiting room and the St. Augustine chapel, these areas are being combined and converted into a single large chapel space we are hoping to use for group healing projects and events in the future. We are also having the remaining chapels modernised and brought up to current standards with regards to plumbing and electrics.

We apologise for any noise or disturbance to visitors of the trust during these works.



We are currently running our healing chapels for one day every two weeks, at the moment this service will be limited to six appointments per healing session (Thursdays 11:00am-1:30pm). STRICTLY by

appointment only. Please contact the office on 01732 843589 to book an appointment.


During lockdown I completed a course in funeral celebrancy and am now a certificated member of The Fellowship of Professional Celebrants.

This has long been an ambition of mine. I have been asked on several occasions to conduct a service for the laying of ashes in our Garden of Remembrance and I have found this most fulfilling, rewarding and an honour. I wanted to be able to enhance this service and feel the course has better equipped me to do the best for those requesting this service.

We are therefore at present able to offer a service with the laying of ashes for any member who requests it.  

Looking to the future, when we have refurbished our chapels, we would like to be able to offer a Celebration of Life to all our members. This will include a service in our new chapel, laying of ashes if requested and an opportunity to celebrate the lives of our loved ones. We also hope to be able to provide space for refreshments or catering depending on your wishes.

This service is provided by The Seekers Trust and all funds will go towards the upkeep of our work.
Please contact the office for further information. – Kathy Searle

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