THE hunt is now on for Cheshire Woman of the Year 2013.
The Cheshire Woman of the Year Award has been recognising worthy women since 1984 and has raised more than £260,000 over the last 27 years to help children across Cheshire and the Wirral.
The awards raise money for the NSPCC, helping support the charity’s local services that protect vulnerable children and young people across the region.
The award gives recognition to women from all walks of life who have shown personal courage, achieved outstanding professional success, or given services to their local community.
Sylvia Cheater, chair of the Cheshire Woman of the Year committee, said: “This is a way of paying tribute to all the women across the region who have made a real difference to their communities.
“Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors it also raises much needed funds for the NSPCC. In the current economic climate the need is even greater.”
A nominated woman should live, work or have been born in Cheshire – including Wirral. She can be nominated for contributing to her community, personal courage or outstanding professional achievement.
Visit www.cheshirewomanoftheyear.co.uk or call 0844 892 0253, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Nominations must be received by Monday, January 26.