Lauren Titmus, 20, of Milking Slade Lane, Great Gidding, Miss Titmus found herself frustrated by unemployment after leaving school in 2010. In a careers meeting a year later she was told because of her flair for public speaking that one option was to become a toastmaster. At first I didnt know what one was, I had never come across one before, she said. My mum explained what one was and I thought I should try it. When you see toastmasters, theyre of a certain age but I think Im the youngest toast master in the country. Im most certainly the youngest in the guild. At an intensive course at the Guild of International Professional Toastmasters last year, Miss Titmuss had to learn protocol for more than 40 events, including Christian weddings, Jewish weddings, civic dinners, and masonic ladies festivals - one she hasnt experienced just yet. In November, Miss Titmus had to pass the final test, compering at a toastmaster conference, before she was able to take charge of events. She said: At weddings, a toastmaster announces speeches, the first dance, cake cutting, ushers guests for meals and other events round the venue. So far, Miss Titmus has been a toastmaster at weddings, and at a special Olympic Prom Ball at Peterborough Rugby Club. Its my dream job, she added. Its something that will be quite lucrative when it picks up, but people arent always aware what we do. I love to travel so I would go anywhere to be the toastmaster, I have had an offer from Ireland, but I had to give it to a friend. As well as English events, Miss Titmus can also speak French and Spanish. INFORMATION: To book Lauren Titmus for your event or for more details, call her on 07769 702280.