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Hero Brown in 'Top 50 Women'

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The Femail section of the Daily Mail / Mail Online has today published a celebration of "how Britain's 50 most remarkable women made it big."

Included in this list of inspiring women is none other that Haddenham's own Hero Brown — founder of the much-admired MuddyStilettos website, the insider's guide to the countryside.

Here's how Hero made it into this list of impressive and inspirational women:

Inspiring because:
She built up her innovative review website from scratch and now has more than 225,000 subscribers across 20 counties.

How she got there:
She had the brainwave for the website when she moved from Islington to rural Buckinghamshire and couldn't find out what to do.

Behind the scenes:
Hero is married with three children. 'As a full-time working mum of three and a business owner, I've always had to work flexibly around kids and home life. Now that I employ others, that's still my ethos.'

Our sincerest congratulations to Hero.

You can read the full Mail Online article here.

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