The Costs


Most Masonic speeches £125 with some toasts being considerably less.

Our minimum fee for a Masonic speech is £75, which would provide you with a speech of up to 600 words, with up to 800 words costing £100 and for up to 1200 words £125.

Birthday, retirement, eulogy, mother of the bride, bride, anniversary, award/degree acceptance speeches, Bat mitzvah and Bar mitzvah speeches are £175. With rhyme or poem £210 (up to 1000 words – 6/7 minutes delivery).

Best man, groom, father of the bride and civil ceremony speeches are £215. With rhyme or poem £250. (up to 1200 words – 7/8 minutes delivery).

For business and commercial speeches, fees are £260.  With rhyme or poem £305. (up to 1200 words – 7/8 minutes delivery – longer speeches are subject to increased fees).

Online coaching service – One hour plus two half hour sessions £165. One hour stand alone sessions. £75. Stand alone half hour sessions £55.


The above fees are based on a minimum of 21 days notice (completed questionnaire being received with payment). Speeches required at shorter notice may be undertaken; an increased charge being made, e.g. wedding speech with 14 days notice would be £250,  business speech £295. A wedding speech with 7 days notice would be £285, a business speech – £330.

(this period of notice means; the delivery of the final speech, which may be 1-3 days before the event to allow time to prepare).

We also provide a ‘tidy up’ service, where we will proof read and offer suggestions to be added to a speech written by you. In these cases fees are usually 50% of the above charges.

We can accept credit card payments through PayPal.

Payment for all our services can also be made via electronic bank transfer, if you choose this option, we will supply the appropriate bank details.

PAYMENT IS MADE IN UK STERLING, WHEREVER YOU ARE IN THE WORLD YOU CAN PAY FOR YOUR SPEECH VIA PAY PAL.


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