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By Miss Tees Valley Org, Jan 19 2017 04:37PM

Miss Tees Valley 2016, Ellie Tyers takes part in the incredibly important Smear for Smear Campaign.


The Smear for Smear campaign from Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust urges women to smear lipstick on to their faces, take a ‘selfie’ and share it on social media with #SmearforSmear and @JoTrust. They are encouraged to nominate others to do the same, to highlight the importance of smear tests to combat cervical cancer.


The charity says cervical screening saves 5,000 lives a year yet one in five women who are eligible to attend do not take up their invitation. For young women aged 25 to 29 this rises to one in three.


Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust comms manager Maddy Durrant said she believed "hundreds" of posts had been published already since the campaign was launched on Sunday.


Cervical cancer can be prevented.


Join the campaign at 11am on 22 January 2017 and share your #SmearForSmear to raise awareness of the importance of smear tests in preventing cervical cancer. The campaign runs from 22-28 January during Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.


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By Miss Tees Valley Org, Nov 1 2016 09:47PM

We caught up with Ellie Jay Tyers for a chat since she become our Miss Tees Valley 2016!


How did it feel when your name was called at the winner?

"When I was announced as the winner i instantly started crying! It was amazing, I couldnt believe i'd actually done it. There was so many amazing girls in the competition, who had so much experience in the pageant/modelling industry and this was my first time at anything of the sort! I still cant believe it!"


Other than being our new Miss Tees Valley, tell us a bit about you....?

"As well as being Miss Tees Valley, I am also a teaching apprentice in one of my local schools. I love my job as i get to work with a diverse range of children and staff, who have all been really supportive of my achievement!"


What have you been up to since winning the title last week?

Since winning the title, I have done some fantastic things already such as opening the new 'The Dressworx' store in Hartlepool and taking part in prom catwalks. I especially loved my day at Flawless Photography for my winners portfolio shoot. Everything about the day was perfect and I was lucky to recieve such a fantastic prize package from them!


What are you most looking forward to about your upcoming year?

I am really excited for everything this year has in store for me! In particular; i cant wait for my Grand Canyon Trek for Zoes Place Baby Hospice, which i get to take part in along with Miss Catwalk for a Cause winner, Natasha. I will be doing a lot more charity fundraising too, which i cant wait to do!


What advise would you give to anyone considering competing in the competition?

I would advise anyone who considers competing in Miss Tees Valley to go for it. Before this competition, I had no experience in modelling, but the confidence it has given me is amazing! Also, to anyone who is lucky enough to reach the final, I would tell them to enjoy every last second of it and to just be yourself because being unique makes you stand out! I wish i could do it all over again!

By Miss Tees Valley Org, Nov 1 2016 09:34PM

WOW! What an INCREDIBLE night at the Miss Tees Valley 2016 Live Grand Final! We bid an emotional farewell to our brilliant Miss Tees Valley 2015, Rebecca Ridsdale and welcomed our new winner, Ellie Jay Tyers, 17, from Hartlepool!


We would like to thank our main sponsor the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough for supporting the event for the 3rd year in a row. We are so overwhelmed to announced that we raised over £12,000 for Zoes Place, Baby Hospice Middlesbrough, bringing our overall fundraising total to over £48,000 for Teesside charities since 2012!!!!!!!! A huge congratulations to every single one of our finalists!!


1st Runner-Up was 18 year old Abbie Wray from Normanby and 2nd Runner-Up was 20 year old Annie Osborned from Stockton. The glitzy sold out event, also saw brilliant performaces from local talent, Ty Lewis and Danielle Ripley!


Applications are now open for Miss Tees Valley 2017!



By Miss Tees Valley Org, Sep 20 2016 01:34PM

Miss Tees Valley 2015, Rebecca Ridsdale, has just completed a modelling assignment ahead of Breast Cancer Awareness month, commencing on October 1st. The campaign, entitled ‘Fight Back against Breast Cancer’ was part of the Supermodel England competition in which Rebecca will represent the Tees Valley at the national final in November. Rebecca said, “This was the best photoshoot that I’ve ever taken part in.”


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same.


Every year nearly 60,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK, that’s the equivalent of one person every 10 minutes. 1 in 8 women in the UK will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the UK. Nearly 12,000 people die from breast cancer in the UK every year.


Rebecca joined the other Supermodel England national finalists for the shoot at Bede Tower, Sunderland! For more incredible images from the shoot, visit our facebook page: www.facebook.com/missteesvalleyofficial


By Miss Tees Valley Org, Aug 21 2016 02:00PM

With exactly 2 months to go until our Miss Tees Valley 2016 Live Final we are ECSTATIC to announce that our incredible Miss Tees Valley 2016 finalists have collectively SMASHED the £10,000 fundraising milestone for the brilliant Zoes Place Baby Hospice, Middlesbrough!!!


WOW!!


The third year in a row that we have smashed a five-figure total!!


We never cease to be amazed by the PHENOMINAL determination, effort, creativity, bravery and sheer HARD-WORK of all of our finalists for such a superb local cause.


This year we have seen a Sky Dive from finalist Rachael, a zip wire from Ellie N and Annie, a sponsored walk from Ellie T, a bake sale from Amber, family fun days from Terri, Caprice and Katie, a tombola from Hannah, a charity car wash from Natasha and a charity night from Jamie Leigh and a talent show from Abbie- just to name a few!!!!


We would like to congratulate every single one of our Miss Tees Valley 2016 finalists and everyone who has supported them/donated so far!!


We can't wait to announce our final fundraising total for 2016 at our Live Grand Final on October 21st!!!

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