Miss Great Britain Milton Keynes 2018
The Director of Miss Great Britain Milton Keynes 2018, is currently looking for ladies to become an ambassador for Milton Keynes and represent the city later on in the year at Miss Great Britain 2018!
Ann Marie Davies says, "With my knowledge of the pageant industry I believed that it was a natural progression to direct my own pageant and be a part of the Miss Great Britain Brand.
"As my husband and I are ambassadors of The Henry Allen Trust felt that we could make a difference in the community by fundraising using the Miss GB MK as a platform."
Last year they held a successful black tie event at Wilton Hall in MK raising just under £4,000 for the trust, "We crowned an amazing lady Nicola Tomkins who walked away with the regional title and at the grand final of Miss Great Britain she won the award from the public vote the ‘Popularity Award’ she has worked extremely hard this year in supporting many charities whilst working as a police officer!"
This year's final will take place at Wilton hall in Bletchley on Saturday 19th May 2018. The main sponsor for this event is Thomas Connolly Estate Agents. Doors open from 6:30pm till late.
The winner of Miss Great Britain Milton Keynes will go onto the national final in Leicestershire later this year, the winner of Miss Great Britain 2018 will have an all expenses trip paid for to an international pageant.
To enter Miss Great Britain MK you must:
- Be aged between 18-27 - Miss or Mrs and rules state that they can have children
- Hold a UK passport.
Pageantry at its best is about personal growth and development, using your initiative, and pushing yourself out of your comfort zones. It’s about pursuing the best person and best version of yourself that you can be. It’s about perfecting your communication skills and polishing your talents and abilities.
It’s about creating bonds with other quality women who are just like you and who may become your friends for life. And, ultimately, it’s about serving in your community and bringing attention to a cause that means something to you.
All of those things are gifts of being involved in pageants, and they are yours to keep. So much of what you receive from your pageant experience is immediately transferable to other areas of life like personal relationships, educational endeavours, and current and future professional and career opportunities.
If you know anyone who may be interested please get in touch.
Tickets for the black tie event can be purchased by emailing:
Ann Marie firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07841163238
Tickets are £79.00pp this includes (tables of 10 can be purchased and is on a first come first served basis)
- Welcome drink
- Three course dinner
- 2 x red 2 x white wine bottles on each table
- Miss Great Britain Mk show
- Dancing till midnight
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