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Shortlist announced for PA Awards

The region's top PAs will be honoured at the Radisson this Thursday night

Published on October 6th 2010.


Shortlist announced for PA Awards

The shortlist has been announced for the Greater Manchester PA Awards with high-performers from businesses of all sectors and sizes stepping into the limelight.

The organisers of the awards have put together an impressive haul of prizes. The overall winner on the night will get a week's stay, all expenses paid, at the five star Fortina Spa Resort in Malta.

The awards, which are in their first year, have attracted nominations from a host of well-known companies including ITV, KPMG, Harvey Nichols and Iceland, to name a few.

Star PAs and their colleagues will find out who has won at glitzy gala dinner at the Radisson Edwardian Hotel this Thursday, 7 October. The night will be hosted by Jim Davies of DWF and will begin with a drinks reception before dinner and the announcement of the awards. After the awards ceremony, the evening will continue with a disco until late.

The organisers of the awards have put together an impressive haul of prizes. The overall winner on the night will get a week's stay, all expenses paid, at the five star Fortina Spa Resort in Malta.

Other top prizes include stays at the Radisson Edwardian Hotel and the Great John Street Hotel, dinner for two at Cafe Istanbul, a helicopter ride, and executive box tickets for Manchester United.

The aim of the event is to ensure that PAs get the recognition they deserve for their contribution to the region's businesses. It's also a way for companies to show their PA s that they're valued members of the team.

Limited tickets for the event are available. If you'd like to go contact Laurie Pollock on 0161 830 2179 or email laurie@paoftheyearawards.co.uk

The Shortlist

Manufacturing and Engineering PA of the Year
- Angela Millington from Fircroft
- Rebecca Henry from Siemens

Property PA of the Year
- Joanne Boulton from Berry Bros
- Daniel Pollock from Kings Crown Properties

Accountancy PA of the Year
- Ruth Coyne from KPMG
- Kimberly Stevens from Ford Campbell
- Jackie Dennis from Saffery Champness

Legal PA of the Year
- Tim Parsons from DWF
- Donna Brammer from DWF
- Claire Lacey from Russell Jones and Walker Solicitors
- Alison Needham from Hammonds
- Kim Davies from Walker Smith Way Solicitors
- Sian Alderton from Field Fisher Waterhouse
- Jayne Greenall from Brabners Chaffe Street

PR and Media PA of the Year
- Janice Tiffany from Galaxy Radio
- Lesley-Anne Smith from Red Production

Retail PA of the Year
- Grace Opeyokun from Trevor Sorbie
- Anna Vo from Harvey Nichols
- Kathy Wight from Iceland
- Yvonne Clark from Matalan

Banking and Finance PA of the Year
- Gemma Hughes from Money Advice Group
- Claire Smith from Dewhurst and Torevell
- Becky Eastwood-Hinds from Swinton
- Susan Powell from Yorkshire Bank

Business Services PA of the Year
- Joanne Clark from Oakwood
- Victoria Neate from My Virtual PA
- Cory Bryant from Vision and Media
- Lorna James from Morson International
- Jackie Farnhill from Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Leisure and Tourism PA of the Year
- Anne Foster from Manchester Evening News
- Libby Rothwell from High Fliers Films PLC
- Claire Byrne from Panacea

Charity and Public Sector PA of the Year
- Kristen Penter from Stockport Council
- Jill Jones from Greater Manchester Public Health Network

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