Hello, my name is Giorgia Frost, I am 16 years old and was lucky enough to be crowned Junior Miss Bolton & Bury 2015/16 on 1st March. To this day it’s still not quite sunk in yet!
With my title I am trying to get involved with events in both Bolton and Bury such as carnivals, light switch on and fairs etc. (anything that comes up during my reign) and strive to be a brilliant ambassador for both Bolton and Bury. I am also looking to get involved with charities that are close to my heart: such as highlighting how acne affects a lot of young people and how you can deal with it (having been affected myself for several years); as well as asthma and even peer pressure on young adolescents (i.e. Drugs, smoking, drinking etc.) as I for one am teetotal! I want to show exactly what being a Junior Miss all is about; it’s about showing that beauty isn’t just on the outside, it is about what is on the inside that counts the most and being able to therefore empower young women to be the best possible version of themselves that they can be on both the inside and out. Continue reading Junior Miss Bolton & Bury 2015 Portfolio
Just over one month ago, I had the most incredible evening and my dream came true, I was crowned Miss Preston 2015/16. Even writing this blog post now, it still doesn’t feel like reality.
A beauty with a purpose
Since winning Miss Preston, the most common question I am asked is “So what does this mean now?”
Unfortunately, there is still negativity around ‘pageants’ with many holding the stereotypical view that is all about how you look, this could not be further from the truth. The Miss England pageant lives by the motto “Beauty with a purpose”, focusing more on the girl within the dress, than the dress itself. The finalists of Miss Preston 2015 were young, inspirational ladies who have done some great things for the community of Preston, and it is important that this is communicated. Therefore, my answer to the previous question is that for the next year, I will be using my title as a platform for positive communication to help spread awareness and fundraise for causes I am passionate about, and those causes close to the heart of the community. I also hope to be an ambassador for the city and to underline all the positive things Preston has to offer, rather than the negative. I am honoured that I have the opportunity to do this and humbled that I was chosen to do so.
Hello, my name is Abbie Kerr and I am the current Junior Miss Preston 2015/2016. I was crowned at the Playhouse Theatre in April 2015.
And the winner of Junior Miss Preston 2015 is…
Winning Junior Miss Preston was the most nerve-wracking, yet amazing experience ever. Not only had I never done anything like it before, but I also knew how high the standard was from going to watch girls compete in previous Miss England regional heats for ‘Beauty with a Purpose.’
Having any kind of modelling portfolio is a great way to show that you are experienced in your field. Your portfolio will showcase all your different looks, skills and experience with its main purpose to obtain modelling assignments, agency representation or work in TV or film.
An effective pageant modelling portfolio needs to be a well rounded representation of any modelling work you’ve done, showcasing your many styles and looks as well as demonstrating your ability to handle other jobs in the media industry. Make sure you always keep your portfolio up to date and at hand, taking it with you to pageants, competitions or public events etc. Remember, there could be a talent scout in the audience on the lookout for new talent or models!
My name is Stephanie Leeson and I am the current Miss Preston 2013/2014. I was crowned at the Playhouse theatre in October 2013 after my 3rd attempt at a Miss title.
Winning was overwhelming and such an amazing feeling but at the same time I was really nervous about the standard I had to keep up as the new Miss Preston. Many title holders would agree with me, that being a Miss isn’t easy…they weren’t wrong.