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Solihull's Marie Curie Big Build appeal benefits from Midlands women of the Year luncheon

THE 30th annual Midlands Women of the Year Luncheon and Awards Ceremony, which this year raises money for Alzheimer’s Research UK, Vitalise and The Marie Curie Big Build Project, recently took place, with regional heavyweight law firm Freeth Cartwright joining other key sponsors in honouring this year’s Woman of Achievement - Martine Wright, survivor of the London 7/7 Bombings and London 2012 Paralympian.

THE 30th annual Midlands Women of the Year Luncheon and Awards Ceremony, which this year raises money for Alzheimer’s Research UK, Vitalise and The Marie Curie Big Build Project, recently took place, with regional heavyweight law firm Freeth Cartwright joining other key sponsors in honouring this year’s Woman of Achievement - Martine Wright, survivor of the London 7/7 Bombings and London 2012 Paralympian.

The event was attended by over 500 women at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole on Friday 5 October to celebrate the achievements of women across the country. The event honoured the achievements of Emma Elston of UK Container Maintenance who was awarded Business Woman of the Year 2012.

Zalena Vandrewala, a commercial litigation specialist at Freeth Cartwright, said: “Freeth Cartwright is a local law firm that believes that there is no such word as “can’t” and are delighted to support this event which recognises like minded women who also decided not to take “can’t” for an answer.”

 

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