Gala awards tickets now on sale
Our awards that celebrate Northern Ireland’s exceptional woman are back for 2015!
The Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year Awards in association with The OUTLET takes place with a glitzy gala ceremony at the Ramada Plaza Hotel on Thursday 19th March, hosted by the BBC’s Wendy Austin.
We can guarantee a memorable and inspirational evening brimming with emotion and one that will make you proud of the ladies in "our wee country."
This year our guest speaker will be Jo Fairley, co-founder of the famous Green & Black’s organic chocolate company. As a journalist, author of the bestselling Beauty Bible series and one of the youngest-ever editors of You Magazine she will be giving an insight into how to create, launch and grow a brand. Jo started Green & Black’s with just £20,000 of her savings, and has grown it into a brand worth £100 million worldwide in less than 20 years.
Join us in celebrating outstanding women from across all walks of life in Northern Ireland. This fabulous and uplifting event offers you the opportunity to network and meet with ordinary women who have achieved extraordinary things. Why not book your ticket now to come and hear their uplifting stories and see who will be crowned the 2015 Belfast Telegraph ‘Woman of the Year’.
Tickets cost £60 plus vat and include a pre-dinner drinks reception, four course meal, wine on the table, entertainment and a goody bag to take home. Payments can be made by credit or debit card, simply contact Michael or Heather on (our Front Counter on) 028 9026 4003 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. Tables of 10 are also available at £600 plus vat.
Last year’s Woman of the Year award was deservedly won by a brave woman who made a huge difference in 2014, the late and great much loved wife and mother Una Crudden who tirelessly campaigned to raise awareness of Ovarian Cancer.
Previous overall winners include Kate Richardson, a novice young rower who took on the Atlantic to raise funds to tackle human trafficking and a brave mother Nuala Kerr who showed great courage and strength when she challenged the terrorists who killed her 25 year old policeman son Ronan in 2011.
This fabulous black tie dinner and awards presentation brings together and rewards the very best of Northern Ireland across nine different categories including Woman of the Year in Education, Woman of the Year in the Voluntary Sector, Sportswoman of the Year, Mum of the Year, Inspirational Woman of the Year, Businesswoman of the Year, Woman of the Year in Hair, Beauty and Fashion and Woman of the Year in the Arts.
If you know someone who deserves to be nominated in one of the above categories simply enter them now at www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/WOTY.
This feel-good event will move you to tears with stories that tug at your heart strings, spur you on to achieve great things within your daily life and give you insight into how others overcome adversity within their lives.
For further information contact Sarah Weir at JPR, Tel 028 9076 0066 or email email@example.com.
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