Thu, 24 May | Egerton-Rothesay School

Berkhamsted Deanery Lecture - An Evening with Terry Waite CBE

Join us for the 2018 Berkhamsted Deanery Lecture on 24 May, 19:00 at Egerton-Rothesay School. In his lecture Terry Waite will discuss some of his experiences and refer to several of his books which will be available on the evening. To book your tickets please click the Sign Up button.
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Berkhamsted Deanery Lecture - An Evening with Terry Waite CBE

Time & Location

24 May 2018, 19:00
Egerton-Rothesay School, Durrants Ln, Berkhamsted HP4 3UJ, UK

About the Event

An evening with Terry Waite CBE

Terry Waite has led a life full of remarkable experiences. He has met and negotiated with people such as General Amin, Colonel Ghadaffi, and many radical groups around the world. He has been an advisor to the first African Archbishop of Uganda and also to the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was a hostage in Beirut for almost five years. Today he continues to be active in the Hostage world as well as working for the homeless and also for the development of young people throughout the world. In his lecture he will discuss some of his experiences and refer to several of his books which will be available on the evening and which he will be happy to personalise.

Out of the Silence

‘Terry Waite has described his feelings in simple and poignant prose and poetry’ - Joan Bakewell DBE.

Solitude

‘A thoughtful and sensitive book from a man who endured the fear and loneliness of captivity.’ - Stella Remington DCB

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