Vera has also devoted much of her time to charity work helping children under 5 years old with cerebral palsy and motor-learning difficulties https://dvlcc.org.uk/ and breast cancer charities http://www.breastcancerresearchtrust.org.uk/about/ also continuously helping ex-servicemen during and after World War II sending messages to British troops serving abroad on behalf of their loved ones and families.
She was ’The World War II Sweetheart’ and she never seems to stop, not even at 100 years old. To mark this special occasion, she will be releasing a new album. She will be breaking her own record for being the oldest person to release a new album, having last released an album back in 2014, then aged 97, she also currently holds the record for being the oldest living artist to get a top 20 UK album, now not many people can say that!
We were lucky enough to see everyone help celebrate this special occasion at the London Palladium Theatre and support the charities involved. There was laughter, song and some tears too, which took us back through the years of what this amazing lady has done.
As she has given us so much over the years we could not let today go by without say a
Big Happy Birthday and a Big Thank You.