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An Evening with Lorraine Kelly

Wednesday May 8th, 7:30pm
Pinder Hall, Lower Road, SL6 9HF

Lorraine Kelly has been on our screens for  forty years. First  as a reporter with TVam, and then a presenter on the TVam sofa with Mike Morris. She was kept on as main presenter with GMTV, given her own show in 1995, and has presented “Lorraine” ever since.

Lorraine was awarded an OBE by the Queen in 2012 for her services to charity and a CBE by Princess  Anne in 2020 for services to broadcasting, and BAFTA has announced that she will be presented with a BAFTA Special Award at the forthcoming BAFTA Television Awards in May. The BAFTA Special Award is one of BAFTA’s highest honours, recognising an outstanding contribution to film, games or television.

Lorraine  lived in Cookham Dean for 12 years and her daughter Rosie was born in High Wycombe hospital and attended Herries Primary School. She now lives in Bourne End with her husband Steve and their border terrier Angus. She is honorary colonel of the National Cadets and supports Dundee United Football club. 

Lorraine has written her first novel “The Island Swimmer” a Sunday Times best seller which is set
in Orkney, a place she loves to visit, and  where she and Steve  go every year.

Lorraine will be in conversation with radio journalist and broadcaster Katie Breathwick,  also known for her role as a late-night presenter on Classic FM.

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