Among the youngest participants of the 2018 Miss Great Grimsby competitors is staging a charity fashion show and auction tomorrow.Georgia Steel, 16,
is completing as part of the yearly Miss England Contest, following in the footsteps of 2017 winner Laura Gooderham. The teenager is raising loan for two charities St Andrew’s Hospice and Beauty With A Purpose.Kind-hearted Georgia is no complete stranger to assisting others, in 2013 she and her household went to Kenya, where, under the careful eyes of armed guards they shopped locally and filled trolleys with food and treats for children and households in remote villages and a regional orphanage. Georgia was motivated whilst on a household holiday to Kenya She
explained: “I discovered the trip to Kenya a real eye opener and it made me realise there are many children out there who do not have as much as we do. Simple things like running water which we consider granted is a luxury to some.
“This year I went to Poland with my school and checked out Auschwitz. This really made me realise how lucky I am and have actually wished to help people more considering that then.
“I sent a load of my clothes to South Africa to a township, where the task is promoting ladies and ladies to end up being independent and informed.
“The thank you letters we got back were extremely humbling.”
The fashion show happens at the Humber Royal Hotel on Thursday. Tickets are ₤ 5 and can be acquired from The Store, Waltham; The Wheatsheaf Bar; Elysium Charm Hair Salon, in Louth; Carpets Galore, in Grimsby Road; Robspeed, in Cleethorpes Road, or from Georgia via [email protected]!.?.!
Although the charity round of the competitors is chosen which contestant raises the most, Georgia has actually chosen that she wants to concentrate on offering a little back in addition to raising money. She recently invested time offering in the St Andrew’s Hospice shop and will do so on several other days during the half-term holiday.Georgia likewise organised to take Easter eggs up to the kids’s ward and to the hospice over the vacation period.She included:”This is even more than a beauty contest, it is enhancing my self-confidence and offering me abilities to assist me in the future too.”The Miss England contest is giving me a fantastic opportunity to get out there and work with local organisations and offer a little back.” I am actually grateful for all the support I have had up until now, and if anybody else would
like to come and have a stall on the occasion night or contribute an auction prize please feel totally free to get in touch.”