Meet The Sun’s deputy travel editor

Gorkana has a few final places available at tomorrow’s (23 February) exclusive breakfast briefing with The Sun’s deputy travel editor, Matthew Hampton.

The Sun Travel section is designed to give readers inspiration for where to take their holidays and breaks, and to help them get the best deals when booking them.

It features reviews of destinations, hotels and activities, interviews with important industry figures, travel advice and exclusive offers for package holidays, flights and hotel breaks.

Matt has been deputy travel editor for The Sun since 2012. He started his career at Travel Weekly and, before joining The Sun, wrote for a range of titles including Time Out, Daily Express, Metro and Daily Mail. He also did a two-year stint as editor of Mountain Bike Rider.

The breakfast briefing will take place at The British Medical Association, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP on Tuesday 23 February at 8:30am (8am arrival).

There are still a few spaces available, so please email [email protected]  if you would like to attend.

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