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APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR MISS STAFFORDSHIRE BEAUTY PAGEANT

Tue, Nov 1, 2011

APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR
MISS STAFFORDSHIRE BEAUTY PAGEANT
The search is on to find the most stunning woman in Staffordshire. The lucky winner will go on to represent the county competing for the title of Miss England and so have the chance to secure her place in Miss World, the most famous beauty pageant on the planet, with a $100,000 prize up for grabs.
Auditions for Miss Staffordshire will take place at Uttoxeter Racecourse on Saturday 4th February when 20 girls will be chosen to go through to the final in March, where they will compete in several rounds, modelling different styles of clothes.
David MacDonald, Executive Director of Uttoxeter Racecourse said: The ladies of Staffordshire are a glamorous bunch and love dressing to impress. Weve been hosting Miss Staffordshire at the racecourse for three years now and its become a huge event on our calendar.
Were looking for women with a good attitude who take pride in their appearance and ooze charisma. The winner will go on to represent Staffordshire against the rest of the country so its a big responsibility and we need somebody who will really step up to the mark.
Miss Staffordshire 2011 attracted more than 60 entries and was won by 21-year-old Natalie James from Lichfield, who was picked by a judging panel that includedthe reigning Miss England herself. Natalie has since appeared as an extra in the Channel 4 series Shameless and has gone on to carry out numerous engagements throughout the county.
Application forms are available now to download from www.uttoxeter-racecourse.co.uk.Applicants must be aged between 17 and 24 years old. The closing date for entries is Friday 20th January 2012.
ENDS
Notes to editor:
Miss World is the longest-surviving and most famous international beauty pageant, dating back to 1951.

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