Three more judges join Fenland Has Talent panel as entry date edges closer

THREE more judges have joined the panel for Fenland Has Talent as the search hots up to find the area’s most talented act.

March singing-sensation Aimee Peart-Webb, who reached last year’s UK Unsigned final, Isi Clarke of Grange Farm Studio in Emneth and Cambridgheshire theatre legend Michael Burrell have all joined the panel.

They join last year’s winner Luci Collins, John Elworthy, editor of the Cambs Times/Wisbech Standard, and Danny Boome, owner of Boome hair and beauty in Whittlesey which is sponsoring the competition.

The competition is open to all groups and individuals - whether established or up-and-coming. A glitzy finale at March Braza on June 9 will crown Fenland’s most talented act of 2011.

• An entry form will appear on this website next week.

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