Godmanchester woman looking to become new Miss England

Ashlea-Vanessa Hoy who needs your vote to become Miss England Picture by www.freshacademy.com

Ashlea-Vanessa Hoy who needs your vote to become Miss England Picture by www.freshacademy.com - Credit: Archant

A BEAUTY therapist whose day job is making other people look glamorous is hoping her own good looks can win her the Miss England title.

Ashlea-Vanessa Hoy, pictured, was entered for the competition without her knowledge by her mum Elaine Eastcott, of Jarwood Walk, Godmanchester.

The 23-year-old former Hinchingbrooke School pupil said: “My mum was bored at home and went on the internet and Googled ‘modelling competitions’ and came across Miss England.

“She sent my picture off then called me to say I should expect a phone call. It was quite sneaky of her but I thought it was funny and didn’t expect anything to come of it.”

But a week later, Ashlea-Vanessa, who now lives in Norwich where she works, received a call inviting her to a photo shoot at the Fresh Academy fashion studios in Watford on Sunday, April 21.

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“I was so nervous that I had butterflies in my stomach,” she said. “I was scared but they were all so lovely and put me at ease.” She was photographed in a red vest, jeans and heels and her picture is due to be posted on line from Thursday, May 9 when people will be able to vote for their favourite.

Winners will take part in a semi-final at Elstree in Hertfordshire on May 25. The final is due to be held in Torquay, Devon, in June when Miss England will be crowned.

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“I’m hoping to win,” said Ashlea-Vanessa, who has a boyfriend. “I’ve never had any experience of this so, if anything came out of it, it would be great. I’m just a normal girl from Godmanchester and I’m hoping luck is on my side and people vote for me.”

To vote, from May 9 visit www.missengland.info/vote-now and click on Miss Fresh Photographic: Heat 7.

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