Coventry ( (listen) KOV-ən-tree or KUV-) is a city in the West Midlands, England. It is on the River Sherbourne. Coventry has been a large settlement for centuries, although it was not founded and given its city status until the Middle Ages. The city is governed by Coventry City Council. Formerly part of Warwickshire until 1451, Coventry had a population of 345,300 at the 2021 census, making it the tenth largest city in England and the 12th largest in the United Kingdom.
Neighborhoods in Coventry, Warwickshire
Allesley, Arbury, Balsall, Barras Heath, Barras Heath Play Area, Bedworth Heath, Bedworth Woodlands, Bermuda, Bishopsgate Green, Bittesby, Blythe Valley Park, Bradnocks Marsh, Calcutt, Castle End, Catchems Corner
Unique and personalised ceremonies created just for you
Whether you are getting married or naming your child, every ceremony can be personalised to your own beliefs and preferences with Lauran Duncan Celebrant. Lauran is an independent civil celebrant offering non-religious ceremonies across the UK and is willing to travel abroad. The times have changed and more people are moving away from traditional societal norms. As a celebrant, Lauran Duncan can help you create a bespoke ceremony exactly how you want to remember it. Get in touch to discuss your upcoming event.
84 Meadow Road, WolstonCoventry Warwickshire CV8 3JPUnited Kingdom
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Lauren was exactly what we were looking for in a Celebrant! We wanted someone to articulate our love story and make the service personal. She did these fantastically. Through a combination of an initial questionnaire followed by a long working lunch and even a rehearsal at the venue, she was able to get to know us, put us at ease and made us feel that the key part of our special day was in very capable hands. We had regular opportunities to ask her for advice or make any amendments that we saw fit. On the wedding day itself, the ceremony was beautifully delivered and we fully appreciate everything Lauren did to make the day so memorable. Thank you Lauren!