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LAST CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR CARNIVAL QUEEN


Preparations are well underway for this year's Abbots Langley Carnival which takes place on Saturday June 11. If anyone is interested in participating in the


carnival parade, or having a stall on the carnival grounds, full details are now available from the information sheet on the Parish Council's website. The village‘s highest profile event will, for the


fourth year running, feature a Carnival Queen sponsored by My Abbots News. The contest is now open to see who will become this year‘s event‘s leading lady. Entries are welcome from those between ten to 25 years old. To enter simply book a photo shoot with Hoss Photography. Everyone who takes part gets their photo


published in May‘s edition of this magazine. Then the vote is open to the public to choose their winner. The chosen one will then receive star treatment on the day by being picked up in a chauffeur driven car and along with local dignitaries she will lead the procession. My Abbots News editor Nik Allen said: ―We are really proud to play our part at this great event. The Carnival Queen is always a really popular event and we welcome entries from the village and surrounding areas.‖ Last year‘s winner was local girl Emily Clark.


HOSS


Emily Clark was Carnival Queen last year but who will take the crown for 2011?


She said: ―I had a really great time and it was a day to remember.‖ Call Hoss Photography on 01923 494532 to


book your photo shoot. Please note there is a £15 refundable deposit required for all bookings.


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