The hunt is on to find women from all walks of life who have shown personal courage, achieved outstanding professional success, or given services to their local community, to become Cheshire Woman of the Year 2009.
One hundred secretly nominated women will be invited to attend a celebrity lunch on April 29 where the winner will be announced.
Rachel Carter, NSPCC community fundraising manager, said: “We need people to put forward names of women they feel have made a real difference.
“The award isn’t just about finding a winner – it’s a celebration of the wonderful attributes and skills of super women from the area, a way of paying tribute to all of them and giving them the recognition they deserve.”
To nominate your Cheshire Woman of the Year, contact the NSPCC community fundraising team on 0161 628 1209 by 21 November.
Moulton WI members observed a minute’s silence in memory of popular Freda Lees who recently died.
The president then welcomed visitor, Jean Pearson, and the Moulton Guides to the meeting.
The day visit to the Black Country Museum was declared a great success and details of tonight’s trip to ‘Calendar Girls’ at The Lowry were finalised, together with a dinner at Manor Farm Byley on November 25.
Guest speaker Mrs Kathleen Pointon then entertained with a talk on the art of liquid embroid- ery.
A competition for a piece of embroidery was jointly won by mother and daughter, Doreen Percival and Gill Targett.
There is to be a hotpot supper at the AGM on Monday November 9 at 7.30pm.