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11th August 2014 by Natalie Burns

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Good Housekeeping is encouraging readers to nominate a friend or relative as their ‘Woman of the Year’ and be in with a chance to attend this year’s special 60th anniversary Women of the Year Lunch & Awards on Monday 13 October 2014.

For your chance to attend, write to Good Housekeeping in no more than 150 words why your real-life heroine should be Good Housekeeping’s guest at the Women of the Year Lunch & Awards. She could be a friend or relative who has selflessly supported others through difficult times, battled adversity herself or made a difference to her community.  The winning entry will be invited, along with her inspiring guest, to attend the Lunch.

To find out more, pick up this month’s Good Housekeeping magazine or visit their website.

For the past 11 years, the Good Housekeeping magazine has sponsored a Women of the Year Award. The eight Dagenham Women Machinists won the award last year at the 2013 Lunch & Awards for taking part in the Dagenham Ford car plant strikes of 1968 and 1984-85.


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