WCHG Proud to be Shortlisted in Four Categories for this year’s ‘This is Manchester Awards’ 2019

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group is delighted to be shortlisted in this years ‘This is Manchester Awards’ in four categories, celebrating the very best that Wythenshawe has to offer.

The award ceremony celebrates Manchester people and businesses that are doing incredible things across the city, and will come together at the iconic Hilton Manchester, Deansgate on the 11th November being hosted by leading personalities.

The awards celebrate the flourishing food scene, vibrant music scene, incredible live events and the individuals championing change in Manchester. From technology and hospitality to fashion and entertainment, hundreds of businesses and individuals either self-nominated or were put forward for recognition by others wanting to spotlight their achievements. There were also some extra special awards recognising individual achievements.

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group is proud to be nominated in the following categories;

  • Wythenshawe Games/Pride for Best Leading Live Event of the Year
  • Faye Greaves for Individual Making A Difference in the Community
  • Kirsty Taylor for Individual Making A Difference in the Community
  • Lucy Marshall Emerging Talent Award
  • Shannon Stone Emerging Talent Award

Group Chief Executive, Nick Horne said; We are delighted to be recognised at these prestigious awards, especially in what are extremely tough categories, showcasing the best that Manchester has to offer. We are very proud of the work that we are doing here in Wythenshawe and these awards demonstrate that tenants truly are at the heart of everything that we do. I would like to thank all the hard work and dedication of our colleagues in getting this far and best of luck to everyone involved.”

The Chair of the WCHG board, Bishop of Manchester, The Right Revd Dr David Walker said, “I’m absolutely delighted that WCHG have been recognised at these prestigious awards. To be shortlisted in 4 different categories is a clear indication of the dedication and hard work of the team here in Wythenshawe and that we invest in our people. Best of luck to all the other nominees and we will have our fingers crossed for the final in November.”