Search for the Bower Queen 2015 Begins
It's that time again as we begin the search for the Lichfield Bower Queen 2015. The current Bower Queen, Bethany Daire, has been a fantastic representative for the Lichfield Greenhill Bower and the Lichfield area this last year as have the deputy Bower Queen Abigail Skidmore
So what do we look for today when we receive applications for the posts. Traditionally the Bower Queen was considered to be a beauty competition and thankfully over the years that has evolved into a competition to find someone that is more than aesthetically pleasing. Today we look for a person who represents the area of Lichfield in a more conscientious role. The Bower Queen should be very much aware of her environment, be prepared to give up time to open fetes and other social engagements, attend civic functions, and be understanding of our rich and diverse community. Our Bower Queen should be mindful of the heritage of the Lichfield Greenhill Bower and its history and be able to demonstrate her knowledge of the history should her application be successful.
As well as the title, this year's successful candidate will also win a fantastic array of prizes donated by local companies including as a very special prize sponsored by Obsession Salon and Spa. The salon has commented 'we will be giving a fantastic prize which promises to pamper the winner with "sublime treatments" and "luxurious hair and beauty services'.
The main selection event will be held a Lichfield Seedy Mill Golf and Health Club from 7:30pm March 29th. The successful candidates will be invited to a pre-competition day at Seedy Mill on March 21st where they will get a chance to try some of the classes, have lunch, and take part in a bit of an ice breaker prior to the actual event.
Lichfield Bower Queen organiser Kath Marks commented 'We have lots of great young women in Lichfield and the surrounding area who will make a fantastic job or being the Lichfield Bower Queen. It's always been considered an honour and the winner will join a great heritage of local girls going back 100 years. The Bower Queen has to be available for the whole of Bower Day on Bank Holiday Monday May 25th. She will meet with local dignitaries and ride through the Bower procession on a specially decorated Bower Queen float to welcome 1000's of people who come from all over the country to celebrate this historic day'.
All applicants have to be 16 or older and applications can be made online at www.lichfieldmercury.co.uk. or Â alternatively download and print from here