Miss Cornwall hopeful is one very busy bee
AN ASPIRING pilot from Chacewater has made it through to the finals of Miss Cornwall.
Truro College student Hannah Kay, 16, is one of the youngest entrants in this year's competition.
Hannah, from Creegbrawse near Chacewater, is studying for her A levels and has a jewellery business.
The busy teenager is holding a fundraising day on Lemon Quay, with prizes including a day out in a Ferrari.
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Hannah said: "I thought it would be a fun experience which, at the same time, raises money for several worthy children's charities."
The winner of Miss Cornwall will go on to the Miss England finals, in turn part of the Miss World organisation which has raised more than £250 million for children's charities.
Hannah said: "To this day, the Miss World organisation is the only international contest to have adopted such a theme, so I feel proud to be raising money for such worthy causes."
The teenager, who plays senior netball for St Agnes, has completed her RNLI beach lifesaving qualification and will be taking part in a sponsored skydive later this month at Perranporth.
She said: "For just £2 you can enter a prize draw to win either a day out in a chauffeur-driven Ferrari, courtesy of Vintage Road Classics Ltd, a full set of nail extensions from Illusions hair, nails and beauty in Blackwater or a photoshoot and limited print by Jade B Photography.
"The Ferrari and a 1951 Armstrong-Siddeley Whitley will be on the piazza with me all day and I hope to raise loads of money."
For more information or to donate visit Facebook and search 'Hannah Kay for Miss Cornwall 2012'.