Local businesses show their support once again for Rochdale Woman of the Year

Date published: 23 April 2019

Local business owners and community fundraisers, Mike and Debbie Goldrick have sponsored the Springhill Hospice Women of Rochdale luncheon once again with a donation of £1,000.

Goldrick Blinds have been a supporter of the event for the last few years and have continued to pledge their support again in 2019.   

The Women of Rochdale Luncheon is organised by Springhill Hospice and this year will celebrate its 28th year.

This year’s luncheon takes place of Friday 26 April at Rochdale Town Hall with special guest speaker, Coronation Street Actor, Antony Cotton and Guest of Honour, Patron of Springhill Hospice, Lady Mary Peters.

The special annual luncheon brings women from across the Borough together to celebrate their achievements within their communities, culminating in the winner being bestowed with the prestigious Woman of Rochdale Award Rose Bowl.

Julie Halliwell, Chief Executive of Springhill Hospice said: “We have enjoyed a long association with Goldricks who are great supporters of the Hospice. We are delighted that they are sponsoring our Women of Rochdale event yet again, and look forward to sharing a lovely afternoon with them, and the ladies who support this special event.”

Another returning sponsor of this year’s event is local building contractors Jackson and Jackson. This year they will be sponsoring the special guest speaker, Antony Cotton.

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