Where better for our very own ‘jewel in the Fenland crown’ to visit than Wisbech Rose Fair

 Miss Cambridgeshire Amber Twell at the Wisbech rose fair. Picture: Steve Williams.

Miss Cambridgeshire Amber Twell at the Wisbech rose fair. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

She’s our very own ‘jewel in the Fenland crown’ so where better for Miss Cambridgeshire to spend part of the day than at Wisbech Rose Fair.

 Miss Cambridgeshire Amber Twell at the Wisbech rose fair. Picture: Steve Williams.

Miss Cambridgeshire Amber Twell at the Wisbech rose fair. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

Amber Twell, of March, has only been in the role for a few months but is already enjoying her role that includes competing shortly in the Miss England final.

But for now Amber is busying herself getting to know her home county and in recent days has seen her work with a homeless shelter in Cambridge and spent time with children from Chernobyl.

Her trip to the Rose Fair included calling in on many of the charity stalls that support the fair and also touring places such as the museum which are popular with the many thousands who come to Wisbech this time of year.

Walking around St Peter and St Paul’s Church Gardens, Amber delighted in chatting to - and posing for pictures with - charity stallholders including Facet which focuses on ‘ability not disability’.


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Later took a chance on fund raising tombola, tried on some handmade hats and tasted freshly grown strawberries before being photographed with the Isle of Ely Women’s Institute at their stand in the Wisbech Museum.

She also visited the Pump Room where Wisbech Art Club are currently holding an exhibition, featuring portraits and paintings by local artists.

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