And the winner is…

Charles Cowling

Does it get any better? The First Women Awards is the UK’s premium awards programme focused on senior-level business women and professionals. The Awards are founded by Real Business and the CBI, and are held in association with Lloyds Banking Group.

And this year’s winner, announced last night: Poppy Mardall.

Here at the GFG-Batesville Shard the inmates are breaking out the bunting and cracking open the Irn Bru. Huge joy for you, Poppy, and all the congratulations in the world.

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10 thoughts on “And the winner is…

  1. Charles Cowling
    roger fowle

    Well done Poppy, you are helping to move the industry into the 21st century .

    Charles Cowling
  2. Charles Cowling
    Jennifer Uzzell

    Fantastic! What would you say now…oh yes..”Amazeballs!”!

    Charles Cowling
  3. Charles Cowling

    Brilliant. well done, congratulations – very exciting news!

    Charles Cowling
  4. Charles Cowling
    Claire Turnham

    Poppy is awesome! She is making an incredible difference in the lives of so many people with her new, affordable and creative approach to funerals. This is an absolutely fabulous achievement and well deserved. Good on you girl x

    Charles Cowling
  5. Charles Cowling

    Congratulations Poppy. That’s great news. from Susan & the NDC Crew

    Charles Cowling
  6. Charles Cowling

    Well done! Lovely line-up and good to see that the most colourfully-dressed woman is Poppy the undertaker!

    Charles Cowling
  7. Charles Cowling

    Brilliant! Congratulations Poppy! Tomorrow the world…

    Charles Cowling
  8. Charles Cowling
    Jon Underwood

    Congratulations Poppy 🙂

    Charles Cowling
  9. Charles Cowling
    Woodland Wishes

    This is an amazing achievement Poppy. An inspiration, well done ! x

    Charles Cowling

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