Regional news presenter Lucy Meacock celebrates 30 years at Granada Reports today.
Meacock has been the lead female presenter on the news bulletin since 1988 where she has won 2 Baftas. One for coverage of the Hillsborough disaster.
Lucy’s career started at the Chester Chronicle. She went on to work with BBC Radio Newcastle, ITV Tyne Tees and London Plus on BBC South East – in the 1980s.
She then worked for ITV Anglia before joining Granada.
OMG what a brilliant surprise when I arrived for work! @GranadaReports I might have something in my eye. #TV #ITV @itvnews Big thanks to everyone I have worked with over 30 years. And thanks for watching X https://t.co/57wynBAIYa
— Lucy Meacock (@lucymitv) November 21, 2018
So @lucymitv I have officially been having my dinner with you for 30 years…. you have been in every home I have ever lived in and become a trusted voice of reason in a sometimes chaotic world. HUGE congratulations on a truly monumental achievement! Enjoy your celebrations x
— Carolyn Hughes PR (@CarolynPR) November 21, 2018
Thanks Lucy & well done on 30 yrs on Granada Reports! X
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) November 21, 2018
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