Miss HU17 Semi Finals Held At Beverley Arms Hotel

The semi finals of the first ever Miss HU17 Pagent has been held at the Arms Hotel.

In total 28 girls were selected to be interviewed by a panel of judges that featured , current Miss Great Britain, Jessie Palmer, who is Miss Hull and Janette Clennett from Beverley Boutique The Fairy Godmothers.

Each of the hopefuls was asked a set of questions that were designed to test their credentials for being crowned Miss HU17.

They were asked what they could bring to the HU17 Pagent, what they felt the difficulties faced by young people today, and if they were to win the conveted crown how they would support the community and charities in Beverley.

From the 28 ladies who auditioned 21 will be selected to take part in the grand finals to be held at the Beverley Arms Hotel on the Sunday 22nd July.

Kirtsy Mills from the modeling agency who have set up the Pagent told HU17.net;

“I am very excited about the event and really pleased with the response we have had.”

“This is our first Pagent in Beverley, and I am really looking forward to the final, our four judges on the night Jessie Palmer, , David Elvidge and Rick Roberts. ”

“All the ladies will have to be at their best to as they are going to be judged by people who collectively have extensive knowledge of Pagents, and working in the community, this is not going to be a walk in the park by any stretch of the imagination.”

“Our judges on the night will be looking for combination attributes; confidence and personality will be the key to winning this Pagent.”

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  1. I think you mean coveted ?

    cov·et (kvt)
    v. cov·et·ed, cov·et·ing, cov·ets
    1. To feel blameworthy desire for (that which is another’s). See Synonyms at envy.
    2. To wish for longingly. See Synonyms at desire.
    To feel immoderate desire for that which is another’s.

    and not converted, as in barn !


  2. cheers John have corrected it, I don’t know what I mean myself half the time, I know what I want to say but what comes out is quite often gibberish

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