A TEEN Pageant Queen will be representing Shoreham-by-Sea at a prestigous international competition next month.
Ella Collins-Godden, 15, will be fundraising for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest cancer treatment centres in Europe.
Ella, from Williams Road, Shoreham, has won a number of teen pageants including international acclaim from PageantLive, a U.S. based YouTube channel.
She will be raffling a number of her victory crowns as part of the fundraising, and has so far raised nearly £100.
Now she will be part of the Teen Miss Galaxy pageant, in which the winner will recieve a trip to Florida for the international finals.
She said: “It was always my dream to be a part of the pageant, but I was too nervous. When I applied, they told me I was through to the final and I was so excited. I’ve already met some of the other girls over Facebook and are really lovely.
“When I was at school I was bullied for a while which gave me a lot of depression and anxiety, but these experiences have really helped me to
The Trust is based in Manchester but treats more than 44’000 patients a year across the UK.
It has one of the world’s largest Radiotherapy departments and the UK’s biggest Chemotherapy unit.
For more information see Facebook page ‘Ella’s Crown Raffle for the Christie Foundation.’
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