Jennie Bond is set to host the awards again

Solve-Legal-MarketingBy Legal Futures’ Associate Solve Legal marketing who are publishers of Today’s Wills and Probate

The country’s most recognisable broadcast journalist, Jennie Bond, is ecstatic about returning to host the second British Wills and Probate Awards again, alongside founders, Today’s Wills and Probate and headline sponsor (UK) Ltd, a leader in software solutions for the legal services industry.

Today’s Wills and Probate are delighted to welcome Jennie back to the prestigious awards which are solely dedicated to the Wills and probate sector, celebrating achievement and successes in the industry.

Karen Babington, Managing Director of Solve Legal Marketing (publishers of Today’s Wills and Probate) said:

“After the celebrations of excellence at last year’s awards, we are thrilled that Jennie is returning to host again.

“She is a fantastic advocate for the event and we look forward to catching up with her again while celebrating outstanding achievement in the Wills and Probate Industry”

Listen to what Jennie Bond has to say about the awards and why she is returning:

Jennie started her career in journalism after graduating from Warwick University in 1972. For 5 years she worked for local newspapers as a reporter before getting a job with BBC Radio News. Over the next few years, she gained a lot of experience in radio news and worked on the very popular ‘Woman’s Hour’, and in light entertainment, with Noel Edmonds.

In 1986, she returned to full-time reporting with Radio 4, covering all the major news stories and was also the beginning of her career as a presenter.

Jennie is well known for her royal connections; as well as being the BBC Royal’s Correspondent for over 14 years, she has always been at the heart of royal events and news which regularly made headlines globally.

She has since appeared frequently on a wide range of television and radio programmes including ITV’s ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ as well as some of the BBC One’s most Popular shows including ‘Cash in the Attic’, ‘Rip Off Britain’ and BBC Two’s successful series, ‘Great British Menu‘.

Over the years, Jennie has used her journalistic experiences to write several books such as Reporting Royalty and Elizabeth: 50 Glorious Years which was updated for the Queen’s 80th Birthday.

The exclusive awards seek to discover outstanding achievement, highlight progressions and champion innovation amongst firms and individual private professionals across the sector. Take a look at this year’s eclectic range of award categories as you will definitely find at least one category that you or your firm could apply for. Don’t wait, get your nominations in now!

The British Wills and Probate Awards will take place on the 17th October at the prestigious Belfry Hotel and Resort in Birmingham, where the array of category winners will be announced and celebrated with a lavish meal.

This is an amazing opportunity to showcase your firm or fellow professionals and to be in with a chance to win an award for high achievement and expertise within the industry.

You can also be part of the awards! If you’re looking for a unique way to boost your company’s brand exposure by sponsoring an award, please email for more information.

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