The Printing Charity is delighted to announce that award-winning journalist and media expert, Phil Hall, is this year’s guest speaker at its 183rd Annual Luncheon, the first to be held under the charity’s new name, on Thursday, 4 November, at the historic Stationers’ Hall, London.
Phil’s distinguished media career includes roles as Editor of News of the World, Editor-in-Chief of Hello! magazine, and Editorial Director of Development for Trinity Mirror, Europe’s largest newspaper publishing group.
He won eight major awards as Editor of News of the World and Hello!, including International Magazine of the Year. He has held influential positions on the Press Complaints Commission and was a judge recently for the highly prestigious UK Press Awards.
Phil makes regular television and radio broadcasts and is a media expert to the BBC, ITN, Sky News, Radio 5 Live and LBC to name a few. He has earned a reputation as a guru in crisis management of the media and is in hot demand as a conference speaker on the topic.
Stephen Gilbert, Chief Executive of The Printing Charity, says: “Our Annual Luncheon always sells out. Don’t miss this opportunity to network, hear Phil’s views on the printed word, and support our work as the national charity for people in the printing and publishing industries.”
Tickets for the Annual Luncheon are priced at £85, the same as last year, and include a drinks reception and a three-course lunch.
To order tickets, please call Alison Braganza at The Printing Charity on 01293 649 366, email firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.theprintingcharity.org.uk
For further information, please contact Alison Braganza, Fundraising and Marketing Officer, The Printing Charity, T: 01293 542 820, E: email@example.com
For media enquiries, please contact Jane Allardice, Manor Creative, 07778 521 853, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to Editors:
1. The venue for The Printing Charity’s Annual Luncheon is Stationers’ Hall, Ave Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DD, home of The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers.
2. The Printing Charity (also known as the Printers’ Charitable Corporation) was set up in 1827. The charity provides financial support for individuals whose income is at or below the 60% median of income. People may be eligible if they have five years’ continuous service in printing, publishing, graphic arts or the allied trades, or they are dependents of those who meet this criterion.
3. See www.theprintingcharity.org.uk
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