Go Gently Tour | Frinton on Sea

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Go Gently Tour | Frinton on Sea

Join us as we hear Terry Waite's inspiring story of being a hostage for 5 years, and what he learnt about resilience and gentleness.

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2-4 Connaught Ave 2-4 Connaught Avenue Frinton-on-Sea CO13 9PW United Kingdom

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Come and hear the inspiring story of Terry Waite CBE in an exclusive tour to three locations in the UK.

Join Patrick and Terry as they discuss the challenge of remaining hopeful, the tough process of forgiveness and how to build resilience.

They will be joined by Natasha Petrovic, a renowned violinist who trained at Yehudi Menuhin School and will perform several songs.

There will also be an opportunity to hear about the amazing work of Kintsugi Hope across the UK

Terry Waite:

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear a first-hand account of this incredible story.

Terry Waite is a humanitarian and author. In the 1980s he was Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie's Assistant. As an envoy for the Church of England, he travelled to Lebanon to secure the release of four hostages including journalist John McCarthy. He was then, held captive between 1987 and 1991.

Terry Waite has written several books about his harrowing and eye-opening experience of being a hostage for 5 years. Many will remember seeing these events unfold on the TV, but this is an opportunity to hear Terry in person speak about the experience and what he learnt about resilience, gentleness and forgiveness.

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Patrick Regan OBE will host the tours, CEO and co-founder of Kintsugi Hope, which came about following a series of personal trials and ill-health affecting Patrick and his family. Prior to that, Patrick led urban youth work charity XLP, which he founded in 1996 and ran for 22 years.

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Supported by:

Spring Harvest