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SALFORD WOMAN UP FOR GOOD EGG AWARD
 

Star date: 14th April 2017

WORSLEY WOMAN NEEDS SUPPORT FROM COMMUNITY FOR GOOD EGG TITLE

Worsley resident, Stacey Cunliffe, who has had a few bad years, is looking for support from the community to win a national 'Good Egg' award of £500 and a family meal. Stacey is one of five national finalists in a competition run by a pub restaurant chain.

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Worsley resident, Stacey Cunliffe, has been recognised as someone who goes above and beyond for her family and friends, after being selected as one of five national finalists for being a Good Egg in the community.

"Stacey is the strongest, bravest lady I know" says Matthew Coates, who nominated her "We've been together for just over three years now, and in that time she has overcome so much - including a life threatening illness. Last year we were blessed with a baby boy after a complicated pregnancy, and we are expecting the arrival of our second this August.
 
"Stacey is so selfless and is the glue that holds our family together" he adds "I just want her to know how much she is loved and how proud I am of her."

The Good Egg Hunt competition is run by Farmhouse Inns, and its pub restaurant Applewood Farm, on Astley Park Way, asked for nominations for people 'who are always there for others and never shy away from offering a helping hand'.

If Stacey wins the most votes, she will win a £500 cash prize and a family meal..."We had hundreds of entries for our Good Egg Hunt from all over the UK, but Stacey really stood out as someone who deserves an Easter treat" says Donna Pilling, General Manager at Applewood Farm "We want to see a Worsley winner, so I hope people support Stacey to win this egg-cellent prize..."

Stacey herself says that it was a "wonderful surprise" when she heard that she had been nominated... "It's been a tough few years but I couldn't have done it without Matthew by my side. To win this competition would be amazing - and the £500 would certainly help when baby number two comes along this summer..."

There's only three days left to vote for Stacey, as the ballot shuts on Monday 17th April – to vote visit http://www.farmhouseinns.co.uk/good-egg-hunt-finalists

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