Looking out for ladies with a flair for fashion

To highlight the important roles women play in agricultural and rural industries, The Glendale Agricultural Society is celebrating The Year of the Lady.

Tuesday, 9th August 2016, 1:45 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th August 2016, 2:48 pm
Stephanie Tait

One of the initiatives as part of this year’s theme, at the Glendale Show on Bank Holiday Monday, is the best dressed lady competition, sponsored by the recently-opened home interior design and gift shop, Stephanie Louise Designs.

Gift vouchers have been donated by Stephanie Tait, which will be presented to the best dressed lady and runner-up.

The undisclosed judges will be scouring the show-field for stylish women who catch their eye. Judges will be handing out golden envelopes inviting the shortlisted candidates into the main ring for the final judging.

Stephanie, 23, who has recently graduated from Newcastle College after completing a course in textiles and interior design, said: “Having been born and brought up in Wooler and recently opening my interior design shop, I am delighted to sponsor the best dressed lady competition.

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“There are no rules or regulations in this competition, but I am sure the judges will be looking for people who have a flair for fashion, elegant perhaps and of course in keeping and appropriate for The Glendale Show.”

The Glendale Show encompasses a range of exhibitions, events, activities and displays with many focussing on farming and the countryside. It provides a stunningly picturesque and fun day out for people of all ages. Dogs are welcome and their owners can enter them in the companion dog show on the day, with entries taken from noon.

Tickets can be bought online in advance at a reduced rate. For general information, visit www.glendaleshow.com or contact show secretary, Rachael Tait on 01668 283868 or email info@glendaleshow.com.