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Rev Anthea Ballam Mostly South East and London, but throughout the UK

Interfaith Minister with membership of the IMA – Interfaith Ministers Association.

Rev Anthea Ballam is an Interfaith Minister with a commitment to serving people, particularly following bereavement. She has written professionally for many years and writes funeral services including readings and prayers — she has published a book of funeral readings and is currently developing a comprehensive website of original funeral readings. Anthea is Secretary of the Interfaith Contact Group of Brighton and Hove; she is also a committed environmentalist having stood as a Green Party candidate at two general elections. She runs workshops on prayer, meditation, reincarnation and life between lives, as well as a monthly meditation group. Anthea also treats people with a variety of health problems using visualisation, meditation and hypnosis techniques. She is a qualified hypnotherapist.


Area covered: Mostly South East and London, but has worked throughout the UK, and occasionally mainland Europe (speaks French and Italian, and have done services in both)

Willing to travel to help families – Yes
Any Distance – fee negotiable + travel expenses (ie train + taxi)


My fee is variable: I work without payment for people with severe financial problems, and have a starting price for those less well off of £150. Usual price £200. Longer services involving writing funeral content: £400 plus expenses. 




Website www.antheab.com

Telephone 07730 561700 / 01273 503211

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