Ladies and Gents who are attending Beverley Racecourse for Ladies Day are in with a shout of winning some top prizes.
The highlight of the racing season at Beverley, prizes will be handed out to the best-dressed lady and also best-dressed man.
Most Stylish is an accolade that highly sort after by those who attend. To win they will need to impress a carefully selected panel of judges with a keen eye for fashion.
Alex and Ellie, the popular presenters of Viking FM’s morning show, are hosting the Most Stylish competition, sponsored by Humberside Airport.
While they will be joined by competition judges. The judges will include Lee Wardell, manager of menswear store Brook Taverner and fashion expert Mandy Buchanan and also previous champion Julie Short. Collectively they will choose the winning lady and the best-dressed man.
The winning lady in the Most Stylish competition will enjoy a weekend for two to the Christmas Markets of Cologne, departing on December 6.
Ladies Day Most-Stylish Lady Will Jet Off To Germany
Thanks to the sponsors, the prize will include a private flight experience from Humberside Airport. While the winner will also enjoy complimentary parking, a luxury breakfast, refreshments on board the flight and two nights’ accommodation.
The Most Stylish gent will be presented with a watch from jeweller Guest and Philips at Flemingate, worth £500.
Other highlights on the day will include an appearance by Merlin Griffiths. He is best known for his appearances in the hit TV show First Dates.
Officials at the Racecourse say they have a fun-packed day lined up for all those who are attending.
A limited number of tickets are still available for Ladies Day which takes place on Wednesday, August 14. These can be ordered online by visiting https://beverley-racecourse.co.uk/
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