Local author, counsellor and inspirational speaker Vera Waters recently popped in for a chat with Barbara Lowe on the Sunday morning show.
Vera is a remarkable woman whose life experience, insight into human behaviour and straightforward style of speaking and writing has helped many people. Vera was the first counsellor to be appointed by a police force. Whilst retained by Greater Manchester Police she trained officers in other forces throughout the country, including Scotland Yard. She has trained nurses, doctors, actors, dancers, airline crews, international sales teams and burnt out media presenters, to name but a few.
In the USA she has pioneered her own special life coaching programme, bringing inspiration and spirituality to the workplace.
Vera’snew book “Rainbow Connections: True Reflections” is now available from her website www.verawaters.com.
Here at Chorley FM we are proud to be part of the Spice Time Credits scheme in partnership with Spice, Chorley and Lancashire County Council.
Each time our volunteers do something outside of their normal role at Chorley FM they receive a time credit in recognition of their time.
If you would like to find out more information on Spice Time Credits visit http://www.justaddspice.org/time-credits.html
If your already involved in the time credits scheme you can spend your time credits with us here at Chorley FM. 2 Time credits will get you a tour of our studios here at Chorley FM and an opportunity to have a go at presenting your very own radio show.
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A former Runshaw College pupil who suffered life-threatening injuries in a quad bike accident in Australia is finally home from hospital.
But, the return of 24-year-old Holly Raper to her family home in Whittle-le-Woods is bittersweet as the talented photographer remains in a serious condition after being left in a state of minimal consciousness.
Her injuries have left her unable to communicate and after 15 months in Preston Hospital, her family still don’t know what her future might hold.
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