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MP welcomes successful Cumbrian businesswomen to Parliament

Tim Farron MP with some of the Cumbrian finalists outside the Houses of Parliament

South Lakes MP Tim Farron met with some of the successful Cumbrian finalists at this year’s Enterprise Vision Awards for women in business in the North West in Parliament this week.

Seventeen women from the county have been shortlisted for the Enterprise Vision Awards, up from 11 last year.

They have been shortlisted in the hospitality, financial services, retail business, solo business, small business, creative industry and internet industry categories.

Tim gave the ladies a tour of the Houses of Parliament and spoke to them about how they have built their businesses

Tim said: “It was a real pleasure to meet these incredibly successful local businesswomen.

“We know that we have a fantastic pool of talent in Cumbria.  As a county, it’s buzzing with creative individuals and entrepreneurs.  I applaud the achievements of these businesswomen and will be supporting them all as they continue to shine a light on our very special corner of the UK.”

“I have my fingers crossed for all of them for the final in September!”

The full list of EVA finalists from Cumbria:

  • Susan Robinson – Nanny Brow, Ambleside (Hospitality Industry)
  • Amy Onyango and Claire Mansfield – Felltarn Friends, Kendal (Small Business)
  • Juless Natlacen – The Churchmouse at Barbon, Barbon (Hospitality Industry)
  • Amanda Ryan – Social Elf, Carlisle (Solo Business)
  • Angela Black – AB Accountancy Solutions (Financial Services)
  • Samantha Gargett – Elton Finance (Financial Services)
  • Gina Pennington – Penningtons Tea & Coffee Ltd, Kendal (Retail Business)
  • Michelle Partington – Shelly’s Drinks Ltd, Holme (Retail Business)
  • Faye Ramsey – Porto Restaurant, Windermere (Hospitality Industry)
  • Yvonne Gainford – Culinary Occasions, Workington (Hospitality Industry)
  • Alison Magee-Barker – AJ Lakes Consultancy (Professional Services)
  • Alison Tordoff – Fidget Design (Creative Industry)
  • Rebecca Watson – Rebecca Watson Design & Marketing, Aspatria (Creative Industry)
  • Nici Hewitson – One Little Bird, Cockermouth (Professional Services)
  • Tracy Johnson and Lisa Jackson – The Sugar Shed, Holme (Internet Industry)

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