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Competitors set for Miss Norfolk final - pictures

PUBLISHED: 12:00 12 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:37 02 July 2010

Sammy Hudson a finalist in the Miss Norfolk competition.

Sammy Hudson a finalist in the Miss Norfolk competition.

Sam Emanuel

Scores of Norfolk girls are vying for a title which will see one of them go on to represent their county in a modelling competition.

Sophie Dunger a finalist in the Miss Norfolk competition.

Scores of Norfolk girls are vying for a title which will see one of them go on to represent their county in a modelling competition.

The Miss Norfolk finals will be taking place on Thursday, May 6, at Sprowston Manor, where 40 entrants will take part in a swimwear round, a clubwear round and an eveningwear round, as well as an interview.

The winner will go on to represent Norfolk in the Miss Great Britain competition, as well as winning a jackpot of about £1000 worth of prizes, including Max Giamello hair salon prizes, a years membership to the Kerri Parker Academy, a portfolio shoot in their gown, sash and crown, three months gym membership at Fitness First, Norwich, and a personal training session.

Finalists are: Rebecca Codling, Lora Furnez, Chokolee Parnell, Zoe Grant, Kristy Forster, Aimee Alexander, Ashley Rivett, Cally-Ann Humphrey, Carly Siggins, Charlotte Bunting, Chrissie Dyball, Danielle Brise-Grey, Danielle Sheehan, Emma-Leigh Watson, Harriett Chittock, Jade Russell, Jasmine Marsh, Jess Grief, Joanna Burgess, Katie Ballam, Leanne Stephens, Louise Daynes, Poppy Moon, Priscilla Parry, Samantha Loombe, Sammy Hudson, Setareh Taei, Sophie Dunger, Stephanie Moore, Tuesday Towler, Georgina Brooks, Chelsea Reeve, Emma Didzinski, Emma Elphick, Holly Jacobs, Victoria Davies and Laura Stapley.

Carly Siggins a finalist in the Miss Norfolk competition.

Miss Parker's modelling academy has bought the Miss Norfolk franchise to run the official heat for The Miss Great Britain contest. Miss Parker, who was the Miss Norwich and Miss Norfolk winner for the Miss Great Britain contest in 2005, said: “They will be asked questions like why they should be chosen to represent Norfolk and what they enjoy about living here.

“They are all gorgeous and I'm sure it will be a very tough decision. The amount of talent we have in Norfolk at the moment is unreal; I get hundreds of messages a week from girls who want to become models.”

The evening will be presented by Channel 5 TV presenter Rob Lamarr and watched by about 400 people.

Tickets and more information are available from www.thekerriparkeracademy.com.


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