Meet some of the entrants for Face of the Fens competition as competition hots up

AS our quest for the Face of the Fens gathers pace it’s time to meet some of those who have entered the competition so far.

Entrants so far include Jess Grief of Islington, near Tilney St Lawrence. She was bullied at school but is now regaining her confidence.

“I want to help others in the same situation so they don’t have to suffer like I did,” she said.

Chelsea Parry, of Wisbech St Mary, has also entered in pursuit of her dream to become a model.

She said: “I enjoy and have experience in front of a camera, love fashion and take pride in hair and beauty.”


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Belinda Shevlin has also entered the competition, run by the Cambs Times/Wisbech Standard in association with Boome Hair and Beauty of Whittlesey. She describes herself as having “a classic look like Audrey Hepburn but with a twist”.

Prizes up for grabs include free hairdressing for a year courtesy of Boome, products from Wella and Label.m and a pamper day worth �140.

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The competition is open to anyone living in the catchment area of the Cambs Times or Wisbech Standard - male or female - providing they are aged over 18.

To enter, all you have to do is send us a photograph of yourself and, in no more than 50 words, tell us why you should be the Face of the Fens.

You can post your photograph to Face of the Fens Competition, 51 High Street, March, PE15 9JJ, or e-mail it to thomas.jackson@archant.co.uk

Remember to include your name, address and daytime contact number on your postal entry or e-mail. Entries have to be in by February 4.

A shortlist will be chosen by a judging panel including Danny Boome, owner of Boome hairdressers; John Elworthy, �editor of the Cambs Times/Wisbech Standard; and Nick Boister, sales manager of the Cambs Times/Wisbech Standard.

The shortlist will be announced in February and a finals night will be held at the Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlesey on March 19.

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