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Margaret Aspinall is a woman who many would consider to need no introduction. After losing her son in the Hillsborough tragedy, she has spent decades proving herself to be a strong and courageous woman, campaigning fiercely even when faced with heavy opposition.

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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.

Over 450 people turned out to see them receive their awards at the glamorous ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, organised by 3 busy women Jean Gadsby, Elaine Owen and Ellie Kerr.

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Breaking News from MWOTY HQ!!!

Every guest at the Awards on the 24th of June will receive a Voucher for a Fabulous Concert at the Philharmonic Hall on the 2nd of July, it features TV’s and Classic FM’s John Suchet as Presenter and is “The Last Waltz, the Strauss Dynasty in Vienna“

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Current Merseyside Woman of the Year and mental health campaigner, Angela Samata, was recognised on Sunday 8th May at the BAFTA awards ceremony in London for her BBC programme Life After Suicide.

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The whole team here at MWOTY will be on the edge of its seats tonight with everything crossed for current Merseyside Woman of the Year and mental health campaigner, Angela Samata, who will be at the BAFTA award ceremony as nominee in the prestigious ‘Single Documentary’ category, for her BBC programme Life After Suicide.

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