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Ipswich: A deserving mum has won a competition making her ‘Suffolk’s Number One Mum’

PUBLISHED: 13:52 18 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:53 18 March 2013

Waitrose John Lewis Compertition winner
Winning mum Cheryl Middleton (left) with her mother Lyn Hunnibell who nominated her after seeing the wonderful support she gives to her son Charlie.

Waitrose John Lewis Compertition winner Winning mum Cheryl Middleton (left) with her mother Lyn Hunnibell who nominated her after seeing the wonderful support she gives to her son Charlie.

IPSWICH: A deserving mum has won a competition making her ‘Suffolk’s Number One Mum’.

Cheryl Middleton was nominated for the prize by her mother Lyn Hunnibell after seeing the support she gives her diasbled five-year-old son Charlie.

John Lewis and Waitrose teamed up with Town 102 radio station to find Suffolk’s Number One Mum and listeners had to write in to the station stating why their mum should win.

Cheryl won £100 worth of Origins vouchers, £100 worth of champagne and high tea at the Waitrose cafe.


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