VETERAN broadcaster Martyn Lewis will be sharing the secrets of his life at the BBC when he attends the annual Chatsworth St Luke’s Hospice Dinner in March.
Still best known for his BBC news coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997, Martyn Lewis was awarded a CBE in 1997 for his services to young people and the hospice movement. He is vice-president of national charity Help the Hospices. The event, held at historic Chatsworth on March 5, is one of the highlights of the St Luke’s Hospice 40th anniversary celebrations. Tickets cost £60 per person are available via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0114 235 7594.