If you think your little girl would look good in a sash and a crown, then why not get her to join the race to become the 2012 Broadwater Carnival princess?
The Herald has once again teamed up with the organisers of the carnival to find a procession-leading, all-smiles princess to lead the Broadwater Carnival, which is on July 21, when the theme is children’s TV characters.
The winner of the competition will not only lead the carnival procession, sporting a crown and a sash, but will win a £50 cash prize, a mystery gift, a photo session with Williams Fotos, and will be given money towards a dress for the big day. All entrants for the princess competition should be from the Worthing or Lancing area and be aged between eight and 12.
The first stage of the competition is in the public’s hands, with a voting process that will cut down the entrants to just three. After that, an announcement disco – which all entrants must attend – will be held at the Broadwater Working Men’s Club, on May 19, where a judging panel will make the final decision and crown the 2012 princess.
Over the next three weeks, the Herald will be publishing entry forms, followed by photographs of the young hopefuls, and after that we will release voting forms, before announcing the next stage of the process.
Voting forms were launched in the Worthing Herald on April 12, and to enter you need to pick up a copy, any time from now up until April 26.