Celebrated journalist and award-winning newspaper editor Eve Pollard will be the guest speaker at the M4 Business Network at its November event.

She will share her stories of a journey which has seen her rise from the role of ‘tea girl’ to being honoured with an OBE for her services to journalism.

Eve Pollard will join more than 200 members and guests of the M4 Business Network for the final breakfast event of their 2018 calendar, taking place on November 13 at the Celtic Manor Resort.

Ms Pollard began her colourful career as a tea girl at Honey magazine. Since then she became editor of the Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express, and the News of the World. Today, Eve regularly appears on television and radio on BBC Weekend Breakfast show and Parkinson’s Sunday Supplement.

Ms Pollard is also a best-selling author and vice-chairman of Wellbeing of Women, a charity, dedicated to improving the health of women and babies.

The M4 Business Network’s chairman and managing partner of UHY Hacker Young, Paul Byett, said: "We have once again secured a guest speaker of undeniable quality, for which we are extremely fortunate.

"Eve Pollard’s commitment to journalism means that all those in attendance will be treated to some fantastic insights into the world of media. We would like to extend a huge thank you to Eve for taking time out to speak to our business network."

The M4 Business Network has established itself as a leading networking organisation in South Wales, offering their members and guests the opportunity to listen to influential speakers discuss their passion and area of expertise in a professional yet relaxed environment.

This event is one of four that the M4 Business Network hold yearly at the Celtic Manor Resort. Membership for the M4 Business Network costs £160 a year and runs from January 1 to December 31.

For more information about the M4 Business Network or to join call 01633 213318 or visit www.m4businessnetwork.org.