The English Women’s Awards 2019 welcomed over 200 guests at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, on Monday, July 1, in an exclusive celebration dedicated to women.
The awards ceremony aimed to showcase the contribution of women to various industries and professions such as Law, Medicine, Technology, Arts, Sport, Education and many more.
The awards also provided a platform to thank and recognise meritorious social leaders for their efforts to deal with the society’s most pressing problems, as well as for the exceptional work they carry out on a daily basis that often remain un-known or even un-appreciated.
A Spokesperson for the English Women’s Awards 2019 said:”We are delighted to have acknowledged successful women from across England who have managed to stand out among the rest in their profession.
“It is a pleasure to see that empowered women, empower women and this memorable ceremony highlighted exactly that.
“We hope that The English Women’s Awards provided a platform to encourage women at all ages to achieve their goals and spread the message that women can be successful leaders, entrepreneurs, influencers, scientists and CEOs among other.
“The awards showcased examples of courage, passion, skill, commitment and success that every woman has, and we would like to congratulate all finalists and winners for their impeccable achievements.”
The winners of the English Women’s Awards 2019 North are;
Creative Industries Leader of the Year: Suzy Jones (RIBA North, Liverpool)
Services to Charity/ Third Sector: n-compass northwest (Teresa Jennings, Preston)
Rising Star of the Year: Louise White (Cygnet Law, Redcar)
Services to Science & Technology: Rachel Armstrong (Newcastle University, Newcastle)
Entrepreneur of the Year: Hannah Anderson (The Social Chain, Manchester)
Outstanding Achievement: Fame Tate (Stanedge Golf Club, Chesterfield)
Young Achiever of the Year: Anastasia Kenyon (Palette, Manchester)
Social Leader of the Year: Maggie O’Carroll (The Women’s Organisation, Liverpool)
Beauty Entrepreneur of the Year: Rebecca Crawforth (Navy Professional, Yorkshire)
Contribution to Arts and Culture: Christine Cort (Manchester International Festival, Manchester)
Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Lucy Davis (My Coach School, Manchester)
Independent Retail Business of the Year: Plant & Paint (Lara Roberts, Hull)
Business of the Year (less than 50 staff): Brooks Accountants (Suzie Brooks , Lytham)
Business Woman of the Year: Leanne Silverwood (Local Care Force, Manchester)
Business Woman of the Year (less than 50 staff): Becky Reardon (Embrace, Adlington)
Best Professional in Business: Jessicarr Moorhouse (TRIBE.MCR, Manchester)
Services to Law: Amanda McAlister (McAlister Family Law, Manchester)
Services to Business: Martine Catton (Catalyst Business Finance, Manchester)
Business of the Year: Medicash (Liverpool)
Small Business of the Year: SEAO (Sam Wall, Newcastle)
Woman of Influence: Sally Penni (Women in the Law UK., Manchester)
Women Support Group of the Year: Community Foundation for Lancashire (Lancashire)
Woman of the Year: Frances Molloy (Tyred Campaign, Liverpool)
Services to Accounting & Finance: Emma Pickering (ITC Travel Group, Chester)
Corporate Leader of the Year: Jodi Birkett (Deloitte, Manchester)
Contribution to Civil Service: Kath O’Dwyer (Cheshire East Council, Cheshire)
Food Entrepreneur of the Year: Lizzy Hodcroft (Sweet Beet, Newcastle)
CEO of the Year: Denise Barrett-Baxendale’s (Everton Football Club FC, Everton)
Services to Education: Helen Marshall (University of Salford, Salford)
Family Run Business of the Year: Trendsetter Home Furnishings (Claire Watkin, Manchester)
Services to Medicine: Sarah Salway (University of Sheffield, Sheffield)
Services to Sport: Steph Houghton (Manchester City FC, Manchester)
Managing Director of the Year: Anna Blackburn (Beaverbrooks the Jewellers, Manchester)