Being a mum is one of the hardest jobs in the world. Between packing lunches, cleaning the house, running a taxi service, cooking meals, checking home work and another million other jobs, mums rarely get to treat themselves. So if you would like to give your mum the credit she deserves, why not enter her into The Woman’s Way/John West Mum of the Year Awards 2011.
 
Woman’s Way and John West are looking for a mum who goes above and beyond. Perhaps your mum, or a mum that you know, is juggling an impressive career along with family life? Or maybe she has been an inspiration to you and the other people in her life? Maybe she has done something truly remarkable that you would like to share with the world? If so she might be in the running for Mum of the Year 2011.
 
To enter your mum or a mum you know click here and fill out the application form or you can email motya2011@harmonia.ie with all your information. The closing date for entries is May 2nd. There will be fifteen finalists selected, three from Ulster, Munster, Leinster, Connaught and Dublin. The finalists chosen by the judges will attend a special Mum of the Year lunch in June where the winner will be announced.
 
This competition isn’t just to receive the title of Mum of the Year – there are also some fabulous prizes. The overall Mum of the Year winner will receive €7,000 worth of prizes including €2,500 cash prize from John West. Each finalist will receive a €250 pampering package, including vouchers for lifestyle, clothing and beauty brands. 

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