Message from NSPCC
“To the Cheshire Woman of the Year Steering Committee. I would like to say a huge thank you to each and everyone of you for all your hard work on the 2014 Cheshire Woman of the Year lunch. £6,330.80 has been given to the NSPCC to be used to fund the ChildLine Schools Service in Cheshire.
Specially trained volunteers are going into every primary school across the UK and talking to children in years 5 and 6 about how to keep safe and who they can talk to if they need help. You are all making this possible, thank you so much”.
Rachel and all at the NSPCC North West Team
Getting ready for 2015
The Cheshire Woman of the Year Committee have started to meet to plan 2015’s event. This will take place in April 2015 and we are ready to receive any nominations for well-deserving woman to be recognised. Download an application form from here.
Cheshire Life June edition
2014 Cheshire Woman of the year luncheon is in the June’s edition of Cheshire Life, available to buy now or subscribe on-line. www.cheshirelife.co.uk
If you were a nominee or a guest yesterday, had a wonderful day and would like to support further, then please visit the Just Giving page
Cheshire woman of the year Just Giving Page
What a day!
Well it is fair to say that Cheshire Woman of the Year 2014 lunch was a huge success. The buzz of the day, the appreciation, lovely food, the weather and most importantly the deserving nominees being spoilt and recognised throughout the day. Sylvia Cheater, Chairperson, was delighted to announce the winner of 2014 as Lynda Hill, the founder of the Joshua Tree. Our VIP guest was Sally Nugent from the BBC. A full list of all our wonderful nominees can be found under 2014 Nominees on the top tabs