2020 – an update

 

It will come as no surprise that we have had to abandon all plans to hold an award lunch in 2020. We do have a potential date next year – Wednesday 21st April. Given that the COVID-19 pandemic is still impacting every aspect of our lives now, there is no certainty that we will be able to go ahead with that date but we are hoping and planning!

 All the amazing women who were nominated and invited in  2020 will be kept up to date with plans – we sincerely hope to meet you all eventually! If you are a nominee and haven’t heard from us in a while, email us at [email protected] 

 Thanks to our generous sponsors, individual supporters and lots of hard work by the committee, we will still be able to make a donation this year to the NSPCC for their crucial work in Cheshire and Wirral. Keep checking the website and our facebook page for an update. A very big thank you goes to everyone who has helped us make this happen.  At this challenging time, our thoughts are with all our nominees, sponsors and supporters.

 Sylvia Cheater MBE :

Cheshire Woman Award Society. 

 

 

Nominate

Cheshire Woman Award Society are now closed for nominations 2020. 

Thank you to all the wonderful nominations that have been sent in.  We are looking forward to a fabulous Cheshire Woman of the Year Award 2020.

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Cheshire Woman of the Year

The Cheshire Woman of the Year Award is the perfect opportunity to provide truly worthy women with the recognition they deserve – recognition they might never otherwise receive. It is an annual event that has been held for a number of years and supports the NSPCC’s work in Cheshire and Wirral.

Sponsors

We are most grateful to the individuals and businesses from all parts of Cheshire who have helped us. Without them this very special event would not happen and we would not be able to raise funds for the NSPCC. Sponsorship of the event has raised almost £300,000 to help some of the most vulnerable children in Cheshire and Wirral.

Get your thinking caps on and let’s acknowledge those unsung heroes in your friends, families, communities or at work.