Contestants in this year’s Miss Rutland competition have come up with a range of ways to help raise money.
The competition, now in its second year, will take place on July 4 at Rutland Water Golf Course.
This year organisers have chosen to support Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People. And contestants are trying their hardest to come up with ways of supporting the charity and boost their chances in the competition.
Chloe Jardine-Price, 27 from Melton, has raised £1,000 by holding a Purple and Silver Party at the Genny B.
She said: “I would love for the town to support me in this as I have a lot to offer. Melton no longer holds a Miss Melton Mowbray competition but I would love to try and bring it back if I win.”
To vote for Chloe text MISSRUT 05 to 64343.
The public vote is open until midday on Saturday. Visit www.missrutland.co.uk to find out more about the finalists.