Scarborough student makes it to the grand-finals of Miss Teen Great Britain

A Scarborough student has reached the grand finals of Miss Teen Great Britain.

By Lyndsey Young
Wednesday, 6th January 2021, 11:20 am
Updated Wednesday, 6th January 2021, 11:22 am
Charlotte Stephens is through to the finals of Miss Teen Great Britain.
Charlotte Stephens is through to the finals of Miss Teen Great Britain.

Charlotte Stevens,16, of Burniston has recently made it through to the grand-finals of Miss Teen Great Britain.

Charlotte, a student at Scarborough TEC, was awarded the title of Miss Teen North Yorkshire when she was chosen for the national grand finals in October last year.

Charlotte said: “When I got chosen for the national grand finals I got awarded for the title of Miss Teen North Yorkshire.

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Charlotte Stephens.

“I am so proud of this achievement and feel honoured to represent North Yorkshire.

“I first entered this pageant last February to give me something positive to work for in a tough time and shortly after I got selected as a semi-finalist which I was very proud of in itself.”

Since the start of the competition Charlotte has taken part in campaigns and fundraising for charities such as Together for Short Lives which is a UK wide charity that supports children and young people who are expected to have short lives, so far Charlotte has raised £700 for this charity and plans to raise much more after lockdown.

The grand finals of the competition are being held in Blackpool in October this year.

If you would like to follow Charlotte's journey you can do so on Instagram, by following her accounts @lottieestephens @missteennorthyorkshire @charlotte_muax

You can also donate to Together for Short Lives by following the link to her just giving page HERE.

Charlotte is also looking for a sponsor to support her journey and is asking for any businesses in the North Yorkshire area who may be interested to get in touch with her via her social media accounts.

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