A TRADITION giving young girls the chance to represent their community is returning to Cheadle after almost 20 years.
Evangeline Stanley, aged 10, will represent the town as carnival queen – a title which has been reinstated alongside the event this summer.
The role will observe a customary format with Evangeline and her retinue undertaking a raft of fund-raising events throughout the year as well as making appearances within the town and competing at Queen of Queens events across the Moorlands.
Mum Leanne Stanley said: “She was thrilled when she got the news and she’s very excited to represent Cheadle.
“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience to be a great part of her community, supporting and highlighting the town as well as raising funds for good causes.”
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