Congratulations to Michael W Halsall’s Merseyside Woman of the Year 2015 Angela Samata for becoming the recipient of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Fellowship.
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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.
Saturday 4th February is World Cancer Day, a day to raise awareness about all types of cancer, and a time to make a change for those affected by it.
To mark it, Macmillan have written a blog post inspired by ideas on how to be there for someone with cancer, while BBC3 have released a video on things not to say to someone who has been diagnosed.
It's with devastating sadness that we have to break the news that one of our lovely Merseyside Women Of The Year (MWOTY) family, Dawn Vincent, has lost her long battle with breast cancer this weekend.
She was so very brave and she fought all the way to the end. We send our deepest commiserations to her husband Keith, gorgeous children Mia, Alex and Jude. Her brother Tony and sisters Lisa and Julie, also her Mum and cousins far and wide.
Michael W Halsall’s Merseyside’s Woman of the Year 2016, Roz Tranfield held a charity fashion show on Thursday 6th October at Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa to raise funds for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity and Breast Cancer Research.