Morgan’s Wigs, owned by Rebecca Morgan, is a wig service for patients undergoing hair loss from alopecia, chemotherapy treatment and other medical hair loss conditions.
The service, located in Prestatyn and Chester, has gone from strength to strength changing the way the hair loss wig service is for men, women and children in North Wales and England.
Morgan’s has been nominated in the Business award category.
A summary into the nomination says: “Working with the NHS and charities to help cancer patients and children suffering hair loss, Morgan’s Wigs go above and beyond to make their clients feel comfortable during this difficult time.
“During the covid pandemic, Rebecca ensured the service was available with video consultations being carried day and night for those suffering hair loss as a result of covid, stress and cancer treatment. Rebecca also provided counselling and support to those affected and delivered wigs to patients having to assess their fittings through the windows of their homes.
“For clients who had lost their hair, eyebrows and lashes, Rebecca continued to support them with skin care and make advice and fought hard to get the service back up and running as soon as possible.”
Rebecca told the Journal: “We are absolutely thrilled and delighted to be nominated for a St David Award and then find out today in Cardiff that we are finalists. We are absolutely thrilled to be able to represent Prestatyn with this accolade and the nomination has just been fantastic in itself. We are so proud for the recognition for all the hard work our staff put into making sure we give the best service to people that are facing hair loss including men, women and children.
“This is our 10th year of Morgan’s and in our 10th year we have been recognised in Wales by Mark Drakeford [First Minister of Wales].”
The St David Awards are Wales’ national awards, which recognise people who have done extraordinary things.
The nominees for the 2023 awards was released by Welsh Government this afternoon (March 9).
This year’s awards celebrate people who have been nominated by the public in nine different categories, including bravery, business and community spirit.
A special award will also be given by Mr Drakeford.
Mr Drakeford said: “I would like to thank everyone who took the time to nominate someone for an award and congratulate all those who have been shortlisted for the 10th annual St David Awards.
“I am proud to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the awards and this year’s incredible finalists, some who have shown extraordinary acts of bravery and determination.
“We are very fortunate they call Wales home.”
The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff on April 20 2023.