Our mission statement is simple,
"To help everyone read and write more... now"
There are many benefits to reading and writing which go far beyond improving literacy skills. Studies have shown that they can relax and improve our mood. They can help enhance the ability to express ourselves, build confidence and the capacity to influence.
With this in mind we promise to keep our charges low to allow customers to benefit from our services and / or fundraise for their causes. The main profit we receive is the pleasure from helping others and especially seeing their work published in a book.
The main person in our organisation is Charlie Lea. As well as being a writer himself Charlie loves nothing more than diving into a book whether it is fiction for escapism or non-fiction for research.
Charlie is a parent governor at a successful academy school and was previously a Chair of Governors at a primary school.
For his work boosting literacy and a love of all things literary, he was appointed as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2017.
He holds an enhanced DBS certificate (with updating service) and has completed Safeguarding training.
West Kirby Primary School donating two books to West Kirby Library. Image (c) Wirral Globe
Bookstall and storytelling at Wirral Earth Festival
The third post from our Hear I Am Halton bloghttps://t.co/0z5aUYHGCV https://t.co/K3Ga08dKwG - 1 day ago
Our latest "HEAR I AM" creative writing and storytelling sessions have begun at Halton Libraries, follow our blog f https://t.co/2r43xa9XmL - 15 days ago