WONDERFUL women across Sussex are being celebrated – thanks to the Woman of the Year Awards 2014.
After two successful years, the awards are returning this summer to recognise the achievements and triumphs of hard-working women.
And who better to host the awards, than mid-morning maestro of the airwaves, Mark Collins.
The Wave 105.2FM presenter, who is celebrating 25 years on the airwaves, knows the area inside out.
“It’s a privilege to be asked to host these awards which recognise the great and varied achievements of women throughout Sussex,” said Mark. “I’m looking forward to hearing about the many successes and presenting some very deserved awards in recognition.”
The awards will celebrate women in 15 categories, including Inspirational Woman, Sportswoman and Mum of the Year, from all over the Observer area and that of its sister papers across the county.
Observer editor Gary Shipton said: “It is wonderful to be able to recognise the achievement and success of inspirational women across the area – especially those who might go unnoticed in our community.
“I’m really looking forward to reading this year’s nominations.”
The awards ceremony is set to take place on Friday, July 18. The awards are run in association with the Mumpeneurs Networking Club. Everyone is free to nominate who they think deserves some recognition.
CREATIONS Hair and Beauty Salon is the headline sponsor of this year’s Woman of the Year Awards 2014.
The Chichester business – billed as a one-stop-shop for beauty maintenance – has been established for 16 years and is going from strength to strength.
Manager Emma Baines said: “Creations are very proud to be sponsoring the Women of the Year awards for 2014.
“This glitzy event showcases some very special women in our community.
“Come along to celebrate with us. See you there.”
To nominate, go to the JP South Events website