Celebrating the women of Cheshire on International Women’s Day
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It’s International Women’s Day and we love the women of Cheshire - these are some of the cool, creative and clever women we’ve featured in the pages Cheshire Life in the past few months ...
Nadine Naily, a 37-year-old entrepreneur, is bringing 'Modest Fashion' to Cheshire with her new Altrincham boutique, Neish - the first of its kind in the county.
Pioneers of Cheshire's plant-based eating scene, the duo behind Hale favourite, The Garden, are on a mission to make vegan food appealing to everyone
With a childhood spent hiking up Bickerton Hill, it was only natural artist Louisa Boyd would find inspiration in the Sandstone Ridge.
Writer Linda Sage, from Sandbach, tells Cheshire Life how joining the county's wing of the nature group, Green Angels, has benefitted more than just the local wildlife.
We delve into the day-to-day life of sheep farmer Olivia Woodward as she looks after her hardy Herdwick flock in Crowton.
BBC presenter and regular Cheshire Life columnist on empty nest syndrome.
- 1 20 of the best places to eat out in St Ives
- 2 Seven Falls, Tintwistle - a hidden gem in the Peak District
- 3 Win the full range of Bashall Spirits Gins
- 4 9 Devon pubs and bars with great beer gardens
- 5 10 great circular walks in Lancashire
- 6 15 festivals and shows happening this summer in Devon
- 7 6 waterfall walks in Derbyshire and the Peak District
- 8 Fish and chips in Cornwall you need to try
- 9 Somerset villages: 9 of the prettiest to visit
- 10 20 of the best restaurants in Hertfordshire
Elizabeth Clarke Wolstenholme Elmy was the suffragist from Congleton who arguably did more for women's rights than any other feminist of her day nand the Elizabeth Group are raising money for a statue in her honour
The region's Inspiring Women Awards are now open - a chance to nominate your local heroines, business leaders and charity fundraisers.
For Disley's gold medal winning Dame, the county means fresh air, fabulous views and family
The therapist from Altrincham, has literally written the book on how to feel happy, she shared her New Year's resolutions with us.
Author of two cookbooks and wife of footballer Phil, Julie Neville speaks about her life in Cheshire.
The Chester-born Great British Bake Off finalist Steph Blackwell wants to change the world, one bake at a time
Mindy Cowap, from Great Budworth, Marketing Manager of Cheshire institution The Hollies, describes how she transformed her health in just 12 months.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
We also spoke to women across all sectors in the Lancashire business world.
To find out more about International Women's Day go to www.internationalwomensday.com