I’m delighted to have been invited to speak at this local library. I’ve spoken to groups in many libraries but this will be my first presentation at the ‘library near Asda!’
There is something special about library activities. Lots of warmth and interest in a varied programme provided for all age groups. Interested and dedicated staff add to the whole ambiance of the events.
This talk is part of the Venus Voices programme which is a celebration of those amazing women who fought for women to be given the right to vote. I will be speaking of some of my own humble yet very interesting experiences especially early in my career when women were not considered to be as ‘able’ as their male counterparts.
The press & media describe me as a ‘pioneering’ woman and I soon became aware how important it is to have the confidence to see the humour in so many situations.
I do hope you will join me on Wednesday 19th September 2018 at 1pm.
Come along and enjoy this positive experience
Afterwards I will be signing copies of my books as we enjoy a cup of tea together.
I look forward to seeing you.
We are all boxes full of experiences & memories.
We have keys to other people’s boxes through our understanding & insight.
Please now go open a box.
Vera Waters, Nursing Times, 1982
Dare to be a Daniel…. Dare to stand alone
Dare to have a purpose firm
Dare to make it known.
Philip P Bliss, 1873
As fortifying as a good strong cup of tea. Vera Waters is a skilled storyteller & expert observer of human behaviour. Vera has listened to a lot of people from all backgrounds & situations. She distills the wisdom drawn from all these lived experiences & passes on life lessons in easy to absorb chapters. This is a useful book for everyone.
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One of Vera’s favourite interviews, she said Nicola ‘showed a lot of interest and empathy, she did a great job. I really enjoyed speaking with her’.
Caring Chorley pioneer took a Red Rose heart all around the world
“Observing to understand” that is how inspirational speaker, life coach and author Vera Waters would describe the make -up of her life’s work. She has quite the resume.
From pioneering change in the 1960s for the better treatment of teenage offenders, to an appointment as the first voluntary service co-ordinator in the health service before turning attentions to counselling police forces nationally. She has trained and counselled nurses, doctors, entertainers, actors, dancers, airline crews to those in the finance sectors. Her lectures and presentations have taken her all over the world from Europe to America to Australia coupled with regular appearances on the radio.
Read more at: https://www.lep.co.uk/news/caring-chorley-pioneer-took-a-red-rose-heart-all-around-the-world-1-8874416
“Thank you for a wonderful night. You look and sound as lovely as ever and I love listening to you. I hope to see you again soon, I’ve got my cup of tea, some toast and your book, bliss ! Love Kerry x”
“Wow! Vera, what a most enjoyable evening! If I had only one word to describe, it would be, ‘uplifting’. The beautiful Butterflies on the tables and the swirl of Bagpipes, set the tone, and we all enjoyed every moment. Grateful Thanks, God Bless! Marie xx”
Our libraries are so important. No longer places of silence and sombre faces, they are now full of life and vibrancy. They have become special meeting places, centres in which to find social contact as well as learning, enjoyment, information and help. It’s because of this that I am delighted to say that I’ve been invited to visit Eccleston Library on Wednesday 8th March
Come along and join me at 11 A.M. to ‘Meet the Author’ in an informal setting. Admission is free however, as we are going to share tea & biscuits whilst I talk about my more humorous experiences in life, and how to get that ‘feel-good’ factor, Julie and the staff need to know how many people to expect.
You can pop in and collect your ticket at the library, or alternatively, call 0300 123 6703 to book a place.
When I‘ve finished speaking I will be signing copies of my books. At present, I’m busy working on my new book, and meeting people like you is always encouraging to me. I’ll be delighted to see you. Until then its back to work for me!
There’s an interesting interview with Vera Waters in the April 2016 edition of Local Life (Chorley)
“I spent the night hanging out with punk rockers at Euston Station. Why? …”