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Charlbury Residents gets ready to represent Oxfordshire at Miss England-Journey So Far

On 7th June, Layla Claridge, from Charlbury was crowned Miss Oxfordshire and will be representing the county at Miss England, held at the Ricoh Arena on 13th and 14th August.
Since winning the title Layla has worked hard in her new role as an Ambassador for Oxfordshire attending events, functions and activities all over the country.
Layla has featured in 6 Oxfordshire newspapers, given live interviews on Radio Oxford, Oxbox Radio and spoken on Thats Oxford TV. She has also opened and presented at Cowley Road Carnival and led the procession at Witney Carnival.
Layla also compered at Riverside festival and is due to do some presenting at the local Street fair. She has also visited local businesses and people, attending Fairytale Farm's Teddy Bears Picnic, visiting the children of Little Monkeys Nursery and attending the Summer party at Merryfield Nursing Home. She also spoke and held a workshop at John Mason's School 'Exploring Prejudice Day'.
Layla also opened Sassi's new shop in Witney.

Besides these events Layla has also been keen to support Charities, running race for life, Pretty Muddy and swimming a mile for Beauty with a Purpose Charity. She also started the 10mile Moonlight Stroll event in aid of Sobell House Hospice Layla was also a guest at Rosy Children's Charity summer party and visited the Children at John Radcliffe Children's Hospital.
Besides this Layla has also been helping local photographers and make up artists, attending various photo shoots and dress fittings.

All this of course, doesn't stop after Miss England and Layla already has many events and appearances scheduled in for the next few months. Layla is keen to continue to support Oxfordshire in anyway she can.
If you wish to support Layla's fundraising efforts, please donate to Beauty With a Purpose Charity

Layla · Sun 9 Aug 2015, 19:50 · Link

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