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Norwich girl with Miss England hopes

PUBLISHED: 09:00 13 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:14 01 July 2010

Miss Norwich, Salema Junior-Radford, needs public votes to make it to the Miss England final

Miss Norwich, Salema Junior-Radford, needs public votes to make it to the Miss England final

A medical student is urging people to pick up the phone and boost her chances to be crowned Miss England.

Salema Junior Radford, from Costessey, went through to the semi-finals of the competition after winning the Miss Norwich title earlier this year.

A medical student is urging people to pick up the phone and boost her chances to be crowned Miss England.

Salema Junior Radford, from Costessey, went through to the semi-finals of the competition after winning the Miss Norwich title earlier this year.

The latest round of the competition will be held in two weeks and will see 60 girls compete for the 15 places in the grand final.

Members of the public have until Monday to cast their votes in a public ballot.

Miss Junior Radford, 20, who is studying at Newcastle University to become a doctor, said: “It would be really great if people could vote for me as Miss Norwich to become Miss England. It would really mean a lot to me.”

As previously reported in the Evening News, Miss Junior Radford plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro this

summer to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The semi-finals of the Miss England competition will be held at Champneys Springs in Leicester on Monday. To vote for Miss Junior Radford, text 20salema to 84205 or call 0901 6561500 and press 20. Both ways of voting cost 60p.


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