Leigh teen to represent Greater Manchester in beauty pageant

Emily Lowe has been chosen to represent Greater Manchester and Leigh in the Miss Teen Great Britain competition

Emily Lowe has been chosen to represent Greater Manchester and Leigh in the Miss Teen Great Britain competition

First published in News

A TEENAGER needs the public’s support to be crowned a winner at an upcoming beauty pageant.

Emily Lowe, aged 17, had never competed in pageants until she took part in a charity show for Joining Jack last year where she won the ‘Miss Popularity’ title.

Since then she has obtained a sponsor and entered the Miss Teen Great Britain competition, for which she has been chosen to represent Greater Manchester and Leigh.

The Winstanley College student said: “I have wanted to do something like this for quite a while and never got round to it.

“Winning Miss Popularity and then coming runner-up at the charity pageant last year made me decide to give it a go.

“The other regular competitors could not believe I had never entered a contest before so I applied for this.

“This year, all the money raised will be donated to The Christie so I am going to hold a cocktail night at Bar Quaye on King Street.”

Emily, of Priestfields in Leigh, is studying for A-levels in English literature, religion, philosophy, media studies and Spanish and hopes to study religion at university next year.

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