Celebrating the women of Lancashire on International Women’s Day
PUBLISHED: 14:09 06 March 2020 | UPDATED: 14:55 06 March 2020
It’s International Women’s Day and we love the women of Lancashire - these are some of the cool, creative and clever women we’ve featured in the pages Lancashire Life in the past few months ...
Life away from Corrie has been busy for Accrington's Julie Hesmondhalgh, who is back on our screens in The Trouble with Maggie Cole.
Carnforth's ballet star is en pointe as first soloist with Birmingham's Royal Ballet
Idle Women is an organisation dedicated to bringing positive change to Lancashire's women
The Darwen based artist has clocked on to the benefits of mindfulness and the importance of taking time to appreciate our surroundings.
Lynn Mckay runs Kiku, a boutique in Manchester's Northern Quarter, which is one of the few places in the UK where you can have a luxurious corset made to measure.
Talented chef Dominique Ashford has swapped the House of Commons kitchens for serving stunning feasts of local produce at her remote Forest of Bowland bed and breakfast.
Wiswell-based Susie Wilson owns The Plush Company, which manufactures luxury, handmade leather booster seats.
Emma McClelland from Manchester is leading the fashion industry to a more inclusive future with her own inclusive fashion brand, Kintsugi Clothing.
The inspirational mum from Morecambe is determined to stand up to cancer and to continue her active lifestyle for as long as possible.
In her mid-50s a mum-of-two; Jean Hill, embarked on a remarkable challenge to swim in 60 lakes and tarns around the Lake District.
Twin Soapstars Emma and Sarah Whiting produce soy candles which can be used to massage the skin for The Lakes Bathtub Co.
A Liverpool fashion entrepreneur who has launched a new body positive clothing label - showing that everybody can look good.
A look at the tenth anniversary Enterprise Vision Awards, the region's biggest celebration of women in business.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
We also spoke to women across all sectors in the Lancashire business world.
To find out more about International Women's Day go to www.internationalwomensday.com