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Saint Mary's midwife wins Lifetime Achievement Award at British Journal of Midwifery Practice ceremony

Faye McCrory

Faye Macrory, Consultant Midwife (Manchester Specialist Midwifery Service) and Domestic Abuse Lead at the Trust, has won the Lifetime Acheivement prize at this year's British Journal of Midwifery Practice Awards.

This award, chosen by the editors in chief, recognised the massive contribution made over a number of years by Faye, was presented to her on Tuesday 5th March at a glitzy ceremony in Le Meridien Hotel in London, attended by over 130 guests.

The Awards are now in their 11th consecutive year, and have become a prestigious and important part of the midwifery calendar in recognition of outstanding achievements in midwifery practice.

Faye said: "I am absolutely overwhelmed to have received this award and being shortlisted came as a complete surprise. Thank you so much to all my colleagues , my team and friends for their support and best wishes.

"I'd like to especially say thank you to the many women who have shared the stories of their lives with me and inspired me to try to make a difference."

"I am absolutely overwhelmed to have received this award and being shortlisted came as a complete surprise. Thank you so much

to all my colleagues , my team and friends for their support and best wishes.

I'd like to especially say thank you to the many women who have shared the stories of their lives with me and inspired me to try to make a difference."