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TV Presenter Julia Bradbury to host Wanderlust Travel Awards

Television personality Julia Bradbury will host the Wanderlust Travel Awards at Destinations London on Thursday 29th January from 11.30am in our Meet the Experts Theatre One.

Lyn Hughes, Editor-in-Chief of Wanderlust said, “This is a great coup for us. Julia's love of the outdoors, of the environment and of Planet Earth, shines through all her work. She is one of those rare presenters who combines intelligence with a down to earth and genuine warmth. While there are many travel awards out there, the Wanderlust ones garner massive respect in the industry because they are based on satisfaction ratings from the most travelled group of readers in the UK.  They really have tried and tested every country, city and tour operator, making these truly independent results.”

Julia’s reputation as the face of the outdoors began when she fronted Wainwright Walks, a stunning BBC Four series set in the Lake District. Following the show’s success she went on to present walking series all over the UK and the world including Germany, Iceland and South Africa. Long-time presenter of the BBC’s prestigious ‘Countryfile’ and ‘Watchdog’ programmes, Channel 5’s ‘Rough Guide’ and BBC3’s ‘Kill It Cook It Eat It’, Julia is one of Britain’s most versatile presenters. She has also just been appointed Ramblers Worldwide Holidays first ‘roving ambassador’.

Commenting on her new role for Ramblers Worldwide, Julia Bradbury – whose new television series ‘The Wonder of Britain’ was launched at the beginning of January – said, “It’s fantastic to be the first roving ambassador for Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, a real privilege, and I’m delighted to be involved with a company that shares my love of hiking and does so much to support environmental conservation projects in the UK and community projects overseas.”

See Julia Bradbury present the Wanderlust Travel Awards on Thursday 29th January from 11.30am onwards or visit Ramblers Worldwide Holidays stand, RT6, to meet Julia in person from 1.30pm onwards.

Book tickets in advance for just £11.