Shropshire’s female business leaders meet to celebrate achievements
29th June, 2017
Shrewsbury-based law firm Aaron & Partners holds special event for some of the most influential women in the region.
Female business leaders from across Shropshire came together at a special afternoon tea event hosted by law firm Aaron & Partners to celebrate the achievements of women in business.
On Friday 19th May more than 50 of the region’s most influential women met at the Mytton and Mermaid Hotel, in Shrewsbury, for an afternoon that began with a Prosecco reception in the courtyard.
Guests from businesses including Santander, Whittingham Riddell, Marches Growth Ltd and Savills then enjoyed a sumptuous afternoon tea in the hotel’s Mermaid Suite.
“It was fantastic to see so many influential women from right across Shropshire’s business community at one event,” said Trish.
“This region has a vast number of high achieving women who are working in or running some of the most successful and well known businesses.”
“This was our biggest ever gathering and that is a testament to the success that women are having across a wide range of business sectors in Shropshire.”
Picture Captions (all L-R):
Picture 2: Helen Bourne and Amie Lingwood from Towler Shaw Roberts
Picture 3: Jess Westley from D.R.E. & Co, Jenny Evans from Whittingham Riddell, Trish Randles from Aaron & Partners and Natalie Pitt from Whittingham Riddell
Picture 4: Nina Sahota and Linda Askey from David Penney Practice and Debbie Hughes Beddows from Darwin Wealth Management Ltd
Picture 5: Amanda Wickstead from Aaron & Partners and Alison Randall from Whittingham Riddell
Picture 6: Liz Lowe from Morris, Petra Smith from the Shropshire Star and Charlotte George from Balfours
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