Create your own plan for the morning by identifying which journalists you want to pitch to and which stories you think will suit them best.
These roaming networking events are designed so that you can speak to as many journalists and PRs as possible all in a convivial setting.
Your time at THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay will be spent forging relationships with 11 journalists including Natasha Harding who writes for The Sun, Woman, Metro, Glamour; Frankie Adkins writing for BBC Future, The Guardian, Telegraph and Ellie Ross writing for The Times, Sunday Times, i and National Geographic.
We welcome lifestyle PRs to join us to relax, chat and build stronger relationships for the future. After the brunch, for the brave and foolish, there will also be swimming in the sea – come prepared!
Tickets cost £75, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve your spaces, click here.
Tuesday 9th May - 9.30 to 11.30 am
Hosted by Roxhill & THE PIG, featuring lifestyle journalists:
Book columnist for The Sun, and writes about food, yoga, parenting, health, autism, and travel for titles including Metro and Glamour.
Has worked in magazines for 15 years in London, Berlin and Sydney. She is now Deputy Editor for Cornwall-based Wed Magazine.
Freelance writer telling climate and community stories in Cornwall for BBC Future, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and Newsweek.
Letting Agent Today
Property journalist for the Daily Mail and The Times and Sunday Times. He also edits Letting Agent Today and Landlord Today.
Freelance writer for The Times, Guardian, BBC, Coast and Cornwall Today, writing about marketing, technology, sport and lifestyle.
Writes about adventure and family travel for publications including The Times, Sunday Times, The Sun, Metro, i, and National Geographic.
Editor & Freelance Journalist
Editor of Cornish Secrets and The Great Cornwall Guide. She also freelances for The Independent reviewing products
Photojournalist dealing with rural living, community and UK travel. He contributes to Coast, The Guardian and The Independent.
Travel and outdoors writer and contributes to The Independent, The Sunday Times and Coast.
This event is part of Roxhill’s events programme, aimed at helping PRs to build personal relationships with journalists in an informal setting.
Cancellations are permitted up to 7 working days before the event. 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.