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Thirteen may be unlucky for some but for one lady, 2016 is going to be an extra special year as she’ll be crowned the Woman’s Way Mum of the Year 2016.

 

For the thirteenth year of the Mum of 
the Year Awards, Woman’s Way is looking
 for women who go above and beyond everyday life to help others; the women who are selflessly looking after their families or communities, who are campaigning for better treatment and support, the women who we feel are superwomen, but who don’t think they’re doing anything out of the ordinary.

 

 

Not only will our winner walk away with the title of Woman’s Way Mum of the Year 2016, she’ll also win €2,000 cash plus €3,000 worth of luxury gifts and treats. Our regional winners will also win a luxury bag full to the brim with gorgeous gifts and vouchers.

 

If your mum is an inspiration, a joy to have around and someone who can light up your day, nominate her. Has she, or someone you know, exceeded expectations and are now enjoying a renaissance in her career or lifestyle? Or maybe she’s inspiring others to live their dreams. Maybe you just want to tell Ireland how special she is.

 

 

So what are you waiting for? Get nominating now! 

 

Closing date is Friday, 5th August; click here to enter

 

Remember, be very detailed in your application as it it is the only thing the judges, one of which will be our very own Mum-in-Residence, have to go on when choosing the winner. 

 

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