Welcome to Cheshire Woman Awards

2022 – We Are Back


We are delighted to announce that Cheshire Woman Award Luncheon will take place in June 2022.

Our last event was in 2018, we had decided to take a break in 2019 due to the refurbishment of the venue and then the pandemic came. We are excited to plan another great event.

We will be contacting all the lovely nominees who were nominated in 2020 when we had to cancel due to the pandemic. If you have any questions, please do email us on [email protected]

We are also looking for more nominations and we feel sure that there will be some wonderful ladies who deserve to be recognised for their generosity, selflessness and commitment to their chosen cause.  We want to hear about them so please do complete the nomination form.

Thanks to our generous sponsors, individual supporters and lots of hard work by the committee, we were able to make a donation last year to the NSPCC for their crucial work in Cheshire and Wirral.

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We are really looking forward to making this year’s event a special one.

– Sylvia Cheater MBE

Cheshire Woman Award Society


Cheshire Woman Award Society are now closed for nominations 2022.

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 2022.


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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.


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.