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‘I’m so delighted to be crowned Carnival Queen’


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fter a search throughout the village by My Abbots News to find a Carnival Queen,


the votes have been counted and we are pleased to announce that this year‘s winner is 13-year- old Megan Hearn. Our shortlisted finalists were featured in the


May edition of the magazine in a glossy spread by Hoss Photography. We have been overwhelmed by the huge


response from local people voting for who they think should lead the procession alongside the local dignitaries at the village‘s highest profile event. Although support was shown for all seven


girls, Megan came out on top and will be the face ofMy Abbots News on Saturday, June 9. Megan, who attends St Michael‘s in Garston,


said: ―I always enjoy carnival day and have watched the girls on the floats. ―I‘ve always wanted to have a go but I was


really surprised when I won because the competition was so tough and all the girls looked


Megan Hearn, Carnival Queen.


lovely.‖ The teenager enjoys sport, especially running and shot put, but describes herself as a ―girly girl‖ and is looking forward to wearing a prom dress supplied by Froxy Lady. She added: ―All my friends and family want to


come and watch and so do some of my teachers. I‘m so excited and am looking forward to everyone looking at me.‖ My Abbots News would like to congratulate


all the finalists and thank everyone that voted. by Emily Ansell


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