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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

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Eden Valley woman named Miss Cumbria

A 22-year-old from the Eden Valley has been crowned Miss Cumbria.

Deborah Ingram, of Long Marton, near Appleby, beat 44 others to take the prize at a glamorous evening at Carlisle Racecourse.

Second place went to Shema Haque, 22, of Penrith. And third place went to Alice Simpson, 18, of Percy Road, Longsowerby, Carlisle.

The final included themes of sports wear, day wear/party wear, evening wear and eco outfits.

Mark Jones, Miss England regional organiser, said: “It was out of this world. Simply amazing.”

Deborah will now be entered into the Miss England Final, taking place in June next year.

The competition was run in association with The Lanes Shopping Centre.

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