We’re delighted that Anne Diamond will host our 36th Anniversary Luncheon.  She’ll meet more than 600 ladies at our event on 26th September 2018 at Hardwick Hall Hotel.

Anne Diamond has been a household broadcasting name for the past 30 years working in daily TV, radio and national newspapers.  Anne is a panellist on ITV’s Loose Women and The Wright Stuff on Channel 5.  The Anne Diamond Show broadcasts daily on BBC Radio Berkshire for which she has won a Sony Award.  Anne is the Agony Aunt for the Sunday Mirror and writes regularly for the Daily Mail.

Anne is a well-known health campaigner for education on Cot Death and is the Anniversary Patron of FSIDS; an Ambassador for Action on Hearing Loss: RNID; and is Patron of the National Obesity Forum.  Anne is very passionate about charity and this made her an obvious choice to host our next Anniversary Luncheon.  Anne will help us to raise funds for our three 2018 charities – JPC Community Farm, Neoangels and We Can Dance.

Anne Diamond also presented The National Health Lottery Live each Saturday night on Channel 5 from 2014 to 2015.

Anne’s far from being just a journalist.  She pioneered breakfast TV in the early 80s, anchoring TVam and interviewing global leaders, celebrities and top politicians in locations as varied as Sydney Harbour during the Australian Bicentennial, the Brandenburg Gate during the fall of the Berlin Wall, Bosnia, Hollywood and No 10 Downing St.  She started daytime TV with the BBC with “Good Morning with Anne and Nick” and is the author of many books, both fact and fiction whilst being a busy Mum of four boys. Anne is a classically trained pianist, flautist and singer.

Anne’s TV career is well known, but her radio credentials are also considerable.  She has been the anchor of many high-profile breakfast shows – including 4 years on LBC, and 2 years on Radio Oxford.  We are really looking forward to welcome her to our 36th Anniversary Luncheon.