The search for Merseyside’s most outstanding Women is on!

We are inviting Nominations from anyone for their Women of the Year 2017. These are the unsung heroines doing works and deeds beyond the call of everyday life either where they live or work and are making major differences to other people’s lives. Now in its 15th year the Awards are held on Friday 30th June 2017 at the Crowne Plaza, it is now the biggest event for Women on Merseyside.
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About the Awards

Jean Gadsby, of Gadsbys Accountants, Ellie Kerr and Elaine Owen from the digital marketing company Designated are the organisers and facilitators of the awards event.

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Ticket Information

To buy tickets to the Merseyside Women of the Year Awards 2017, please visit the Ticket Quarter website using the link below.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

We are looking for Sponsors for The Merseyside Women of the Year Awards 2017. Call Jean on 0777 080 0238, Elaine on 0151 653 3338, Ellie on 0796 630 8405 to discuss sponsorship details, all three women have a different...

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Previous winners include...

Roz Tranfield

Roz TranfieldMerseyside Woman of the Year 2016

Angela Samata

Angela SamataMerseyside Woman of the Year 2015

Sara Lawton

Sara LawtonMerseyside Woman of the Year 2014

Louise Gillespie

Louise GillespieMerseyside Woman of the Year 2013

Award Categories for 2017

Upcoming Events

There are three events that all come together to enable the main Luncheon event in June and the details are:
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Weds 8 Mar 2017
Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Mon 26th June 2017
Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool
12:00pm - 5:00pm
Fri 30th June 2017
Crowne Plaza, Liverpool

Heroic women honoured at Michael W Halsall Solicitors Merseyside Women of the Year Awards 2016

Roz Tranfield took the overall title of Merseyside Woman of the Year and amongst the other winners honoured at the Merseyside Women of the Year Awards 2016 were Katy Elliott, Gee Walker and Ema Wilkes.

They were amongst a host of Merseyside women singled out for their achievements in the fields of business, arts, health, charity and voluntary work.

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