Potters Bar carnival princess competition launches

BEING a princess – even just for a day – is something all young girls dream of.

Well read on, for your chance to be just that is here thanks to the Potters Bar Edition.

This week we are launching the annual search for the Potters Bar carnival princess.

Once again, we have teamed up with the organising committee to find three girls – one princess and two maids of honour – to front this year’s event.

The lucky trio will lead the way as the procession winds it way through the town’s streets on Sunday, June 12.

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In doing so, they will be emulating last year’s winners, princess Stephanie Allen and her maids of honour Ruby Turner and Scarlet Reid.

As usual, the parade will finish at the Elm Court Youth and Community Centre, in Mutton Lane, for an afternoon of fun and activities.

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Preparations for this jam-packed afternoon are well in hand. Keep reading your Potters Bar Edition over the coming weeks to find out more.

The first carnival princess entry form appears in this week’s paper, and we’ll be printing more forms in the run-up to the competition’s closing date, in May.

* If you want to take part in the carnival, either by having a stall or taking part in the procession, call Sue or Peter Weaver on 01707 850147 or follow the link above for a booking form.

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