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WOMAN OF THE MONTH What would you do if you won the


lottery? Pay off any debt I had, invest in my music and others, and pay my parents back for all the help they’ve given me over the years, I’d buy my Dad a nice Vintage Car and Michael Buble tickets for my Mum. I’d buy both of my brothers a nice car and then buy myself a little house and a new car but only if I needed it, and continue with my charity work.


Your spare time consists of what? Writing songs, practising, looking for gigs, customising clothes, chilling with the cat and watching Hollyoaks.


Any bad habits or phobias? I have to eat everything in even numbers so like I have to eat two crisps at the same time or take two bites of a chocolate bar at the same time otherwise I feel uneven – don’t ask ha ha! I have a massive phobia of celery. I don’t like the smell or taste of it, if you were to hide a piece in a salad I could smell it from a mile off, and if you took it off the plate I could still taste it arrgh celery just freaks me out! I can’t eat onions unless they’re sliced and diced; otherwise they just remind me of worms.


Sorrentinos down Gold Street it really hits the spot. I’m also a sucker for Freddie’s Chicken down the Wellingborough Road, me and my best mate Scotty love Freddie’s Chicken!


Your hair and beauty tips? I’ve just started using Tea Tree Oil from Te Body Shop as recommended from my friend Liz, it’s definitely getting rid of my blemishes and clearing up my skin a treat. My best mate Lindsey is so creative and is always showing me new ideas for hair and makeup from videos she’s seen on YouTube, it definitely keeps the pennies in the bank doing it yourself.


What local companies do you use for your


Shopping, what is your weakness? Dresses, I have so many dresses. I literally had over 300 dresses at one point but since moving out of my parents I’ve had to get rid of bags and bags full of them, it’s heartbreaking. And of course I have a massive obsession with shoes as any girl does.


Favourite local shops? ALQ is a great boutique full of loads of gorgeous dresses created by Amelia Quiambao, the dresses I’m photographed in are actually from ALQ. As a performer I always wear something different on stage and every now and then I buy bits and pieces from Charity shops and customised them when I get home, Cancer Research and DAPPI are good ones to go to in Northampton, what’s even better is that the money is going to a great cause too and it won’t break the bank.


Favourite food & Local Restaurant? I love absolutely love Italian food and


Hair and Beauty? My friend Danielle Hastead at Inspire Salon in Lumbertubs, she has cut and coloured my hair for many years and always does a good job! For the photo shoot I wanted something different instead of just waves and curls which seems to be the norm these days.


Favourite Internet shops? Bohoo and ASOS are my favourites; great clothes for a great price.


What makes you laugh? My cat Harvey, he does the craziest things, most of the time I wish I caught it on camera. I love how he inspects everything new you bring into the house and brushes past it and goes “Tis is mine” and how he head butts me in the morning at 6am!


What makes you cry? People who go out of their way just to cause trouble.


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Your final goal or dream in life? To continue what I’m doing now making music and have a great time. I’d like to perform at some more amazing venues, help other artists out, maybe a No.01 whether I’m singing it or someone else is, and eventually get married and have kids and live happily ever after!


www.hannahfaulkner.com Photography: Keng-Hay Wong & Laura Cope of Just Shoot Me Photography Hair: Chloe & Danielle Inspire Salon Make Up: Liz Darlow Clothes: ALQ Ltd


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