Last week was the Young Stationers black tie dinner at Bucks Club, the club where Bucks Fizz was created! We had a champagne reception before a sumptuous three-course dinner in the beautifully intimate dining room. Lord Black of Brentwood attended and gave a talk on the Leveson enquiry and what it means for the media. For those of you who don't know, Guy Black (aka Lord Black) is the CEO of the Telegraph media group, so the talk he gave was really interesting and he's a fantastic speaker - very engaging and easy to listen to.
It was a very sophisticated evening - none of the debauchery that usually entails, so I'm afraid this may be a slightly boring post, but it was a nice change! For those of you who are interested I wore my blue Reiss dress that I also wore for the Jubilee Dinner (the one like Kate Middleton's). Anyway, enough talking! Enjoy the photos - all of which are courtesy of Chris Hanges as my battery ran out.
|Lord Black seated in the middle|
|The very yummy menu!|
|Lord Black talking about the aftermath of the Leveson Enquiry|
Are any of you in the media? What do you think of the Leveson enquiry?