Liverpool schoolgirl, Ava makes the semi-finals of Little Miss Teen Great Britain 2017

It’s no secret that us Liverpool girls love a bit of glamour and one city schoolgirl has been chosen to represent all things scouse and sparkly as a semi-finalist in this national competition.

Ava Jessica Hall, age 12  from Woolton has beaten stiff competition from across Great Britain to be named as one of the semi-finalists in this years Little Miss Teen Great Britain.

Woolton schoolgirl Ava, age 12

The Little Miss, Miss Junior and Miss Teen contests are about much than just beauty. They were created to be a positive and confidence-building experience for young girls and teenagers age 11-19, where they can make new friends and every contestant is made to feel like a queen! Most importantly, the organisers open the doors to fun and exciting opportunities for the winners. The competition celebrates the girls’ individual successes and achievements all with a touch of glamour.

Ava and a group of contestants will compete for the crown in a spectacular grand final to be held at The Globe in Blackpool in October. The winner of Little Miss Teen Great Britain will walk away with some incredible prizes – including £250!

Ava is so excited to have made the semi-finals of Little Miss Teen Great Britain 2017

The weekend of Little Miss Teen Great Britain is set to be full of fun, with the finalists enjoying a Beauty Queen Challenge Day, a pyjama diva party and much more!

Ava said: “Making it to the grand final would be a dream come true – fingers crossed I will be able to represent my hometown and win the Little Miss Teen Great Britain crown.”

Little Miss Teen Great Britain

Ava and family raising funds for Claire House Children’s Hospice

But before the fun begins Ava is on a fundraising mission. As a young carer for her older brother Jack who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy, Ava is working hard to support the competition charity Together for Short Lives, which supports hospices and families all over the UK, including Claire House Children’s Hospice who provide much needed respite for Jack and his family.

For her next challenge, Ava has gained the support of family and friends and is setting off on 16th July to climb Moel Famau in Wales. Help Ava reach her fundraising target by checking out her Just Giving page here.

We want to wish Ava the best of luck and we’ve got our fingers crossed she’ll be rocking a crown in Blackpool later this year.

To find out more about The Little Miss Teen Great Britain competition head to www.missteengreatbritain.com or check out the official Facebook page here.

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