Having been cancelled in 2020 because of the pandemic, and being held on Zoom last year due to indoor Covid restrictions, organisers are feeling confident this year’s Miss Yorkshire contest will go ahead on August 6, as a stage event at the Earl of Doncaster hotel, Bennetthorpe, Doncaster.
The contest will consist of three rounds – black dress; sportswear; and an interview in cocktail or evening wear.
All contestants will receive a free photo shoot and makeover, with the winner being crowned Miss Yorkshire, and qualifying for the Miss England Final later in the year.
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Last year’s winner was Imani-Jayne Botham, from Richmond - she is the grand-daughter of England cricket legend, Lord Ian Botham.
Entries for Miss Yorkshire are open.
To apply, contact organisers The Agency Group UK, by emailing [email protected] - the number of entries will be restricted.