Widnes schoolgirl hopes to become Face of the Globe

Laura Twist

Widnes schoolgirl hopes to represent England in international beauty pageant

Widnes schoolgirl hopes to represent England in international beauty pageant

Widnes schoolgirl hopes to represent England in international beauty pageant

Widnes schoolgirl hopes to represent England in international beauty pageant

Widnes schoolgirl hopes to represent England in international beauty pageant

First published in News Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

A WIDNES teenager has won a chance to represent England in an international beauty pageant.

Laura Twist, aged 14, is hoping to become the Face of the Globe.

The Wade Deacon schoolgirl has won a place in the grand final of the competition in London in October.

Her proud dad, John, aged 55, of Cowan Way, a heavy plant driver at Fiddlers Ferry, said: “Laura raised £550 for the Rainbow Trust and also won Miss Charity and Miss Popular.

“She is very confident. She is a happy-go-lucky girl who is very polite.

“Her personality stands out a mile. She is absolutely brilliant.”

Laura’s mum, Lorraine, aged 53, works in customer service at Argos and her brother, Michael, aged 23, is a car mechanic.

Laura, a Widnes Vikings cheerleader, wishes to thank her sponsor Paul Antrobus, workers at Fiddlers Ferry for their donations and everyone who has helped and supported her.

 

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