RoxStars Meet... Simon Heptinstall, Freelance Motor Journalist
Event: 15:1, 21 November 2019
Join us and Simon Heptinstall for an exclusive Q&A.
This special event is limited to 15 PRs per session.
Who is Simon Heptinstall?
Simon specialises in writing about cars, walking, travel, history, sport, the British countryside, music and anything to do with Wiltshire, Devon and Britain's westcountry. He writes for the Mail On Sunday, Sunday Times, Guardian, Telegraph and Daily Mail. In addition to these newspapers his car features appear regularly in publications such as Lexus Magazine, Orient Express, South West Train's eMotion magazine, BMW Magazine, CNN Traveller and Peugeot Rapport.
Please note that this event is hosting 1 of the 4 journalists we will have with us on the day. Please see the itinerary below and book your tickets in advance, to make sure you get the most out of your day:
- 8:45 am: Charlie Gowans-Eglinton, Senior Fashion Editor at The Telegraph - Book Tickets
- 10:30 am: Ed Wiseman, Motoring Writer at The Telegraph - Book Tickets
- 12:00 pm: Simon Heptinstall, Freelance Motor Journalist
- 5:00 pm: Alice Newbold, News Editor at Vogue - Book Tickets
What to expect?
This event is part of Roxhill's 15:1 programme. The objective is to allow PRs to build a personal relationship with each journalist in a more relaxed setting.
Seats are £25 and limited to only 15 PRs, so book now if you want to join us.
Please note that our larger Roxhill breakfasts will remain at no charge.
£25.00 per person
14 seats remaining
Cancellations are permitted up to 2 working days before the event (19 November 2019). You can transfer to a different talk up to 2 days before the event (subject to availability), and delegate substitutions are accepted at any time. Please contact our event team at email@example.com for cancellation, transfer and substitution requests.
A photographer may cover this event and the photographs may be used to publicise future Roxhill events. By purchasing a ticket and attending the event, you are consenting to appear in any photographs we may choose to use in future campaigns.