NORTH BEAUTIES GRAB MISS WALES TITLES.
FOUR young women from the North came back with the North came back with titles at the annual Miss titles at the annual Miss Wales nals. Wales nals.
e Miss Wales pageant e Miss Wales pageant was held at the Princess was held at the Princess Royal eatre, Port Talbot, PSRoyal eatre, Port Talbot, PSand raised more than and raised more than PS12,000 for the PS12,000 for the competition's charity competition's charity Beauty With A Purpose. beauty With A Purpose.
Among the winners was Among the winners was beauty spa therapist Laura beauty spa therapist Laura Hinchlie, 20, who won the Hinchlie, 20, who won the Wrexham area title. Wrexham area title.
"It was probably one of "It was probably one of the best experiences I have the best experiences I have ever had," she said. "I've ever had," she said. "I've gained a lot of condence gained a lot of condenc"I've and I've become morand I've become more mature. It was all fab - we all mature. It was all fab - we all wanted to do it again." wanted to do it again."
Laura says she now wants Laura says she now wants " to get involved with charity " to get involved with charity work and plans to help out work and plans to help out at Women's Aid in her home at Women's Aid in her home town. town.
She will also be inviting She will also be inviting life coach Harry Singer to life coach Harry Singer to her former school, Ysgol her former school, Ysgol Dinas Bran, to give a talk to Dinas Bran, to give a talk to pupils. pupils.
"Harry Singer took us all "Harry Singer took us all for an improvement day," said Laura. "at was one of the best things."
She revealed t" camaraderie was so strong amongst the contestants they're planning to meet up again in South Wales at the end of this month.
Sixth-former Casey Griths, 16, from Caernarfon, took the Miss Anglesey and Gwynedd crown, while University student Gemma Hartery, 19 from Old Colwyn took the Miss Conwy title. Twentytwo-year-old beautician Kerie Reveley from Dyserth was awarded the Miss Denbighshire crown.
"e whole weekend was an incredible experience," said organiser Paula " Abbandonato. "I want to thank and congratulate them all."
e Miss Wales overall " title went to 22-year-old Emma Jenkins from Llanelli who will represent Wales in the Miss World 2015 nals in London.
|Kerie Reveley, Laura Hinchliffe and Gema Hartery
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)|
|Date:||Mar 16, 2015|
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