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Meet the shortlisted candidates...

By Herald Express  |  Posted: June 28, 2012

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Woman of the year:

IMS Marketing: Angela George

The National Trust: Robyn Brown

Fermoy's Garden Centre: Sarah Dumont

Women Of Worth: Rachel David

Contribution to the community:

Rowcroft Hospice: Gill Horne

Fermoy's Garden Centre: Sarah Dumont

IMS Marketing: Angela George

Mentor of the year:

Fermoy's Garden Centre: Tracey Lane

IMS Marketing: Angela George

Deja-View: Barbara Burgess

Business of the Year:

Party Emporium Ltd

Natures Bounty

Darbeys

The Training Partnership Ltd

Rising Star of the Year:

Becky Forte

Cllr Alison Henandez

Torbay Taekwondo-Do Charlie Bradford Gibbs

New Business of the Year:

Vintage Kitty Rose

Coralline Health

Crafty Gems

Torbay Hygiene

Innovation:

Carolyn Custerson The English Riviera Tourism Company

Sandra Rogers Vintage Kitty Rose

Woman in the Workplace:

Natures Bounty: Jacquie Denbow

Best Western: Passage House Hotel

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  • Karen362  |  July 02 2012, 1:02PM

    Yeah, I forgot, prisoners can't vote!

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  • Karen362  |  June 29 2012, 11:55AM

    Unfortunately, I wasn't able to vote for meself.....

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  • nicold  |  June 29 2012, 11:40AM

    Vonduch I also believe The Secretary-General of the United Nations is feeling insecure about his position as Susie's free at the moment!

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  • Dave_David  |  June 28 2012, 5:17PM

    Vonduch...new name same attitude.

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  • Pingu007  |  June 28 2012, 5:00PM

    Where's "Man of the year"? "LGBT person of the year"? Woman of the year is a silly, outdated, provincial anachronism. And it's sexist.

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  • Sinjis_Things  |  June 28 2012, 2:53PM

    What about the women at the hospital who are nurses, doctors and carers who look after the sick and dying or look after disabled people? These people are much more deserving of the title, "Woman of the year," than any of those listed above with the exception of the lady from Rowcroft hospice. It seems to me that the H.E. holds in higher regard someone who makes a few quid and is a successful business person than someone who cares for other disadvantaged people.

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  • Vonduch  |  June 28 2012, 1:57PM

    Susie Colley will be keeping a low profile so she can run for Mayor or Police commission. She is hoping people will forget she in-sighted chaos with encouraging people to park illegally.

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  • Ant__  |  June 28 2012, 12:57PM

    So - where can we all cast our votes ?

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  • ineedtherapy  |  June 28 2012, 12:07PM

    What...no Ms Raikes ? Surely anybody who can make themselves redundant and hit the tax payer for £ 130,000 is a force to be reckoned with

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  • nicold  |  June 28 2012, 11:37AM

    Is Alison Henandez, Susie Colley's new protégé?...she's getting almost the same limelight?

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