|Britainís Missing Top Model|
|Are you or someone you know beautiful, disabled and convinced itís time the world took notice? Britainís Missing Top Model (working title) is an exciting new prime time series for BBC 3 looking for disabled models who have what it takes to succeed in the world of fashion and beauty.
The show will follow eight beautiful women, whose dreams of modeling have never been realised because they live with a disability, as they prove they have what it takes to be a model. In league with a panel of expert judges, the girls will be challenged to prove themselves more than capable of holding their own in the world of High Street Fashion.
It is not only the girls who will be challenged - through putting the models in boundary pushing situations, by showing the mainstream fashion world accepting a disabled model in her own right, producers aim to prove that society is ready to break one of its final taboo's. The ultimate prize at the end of the show will be a modeling contract, a photo shoot with one of the world's most well known fashion photographers and a feature in one of Britain's best selling fashion magazines. It is not just a modeling competition- the project is commissioned by BBC Factual and Learning and through taking the form of a reality show will challenge, highlight and ultimately seek to change our perceptions of beauty.
If youíre female, aged 18-30, and think you could turn peopleís perceptions on their head contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 0207 067 4865
|UWI Patrons of Festival Arts Chorale will be staging the following events for Semester II:|
|20 April - 'Voices and Steel'
26 April - 'Mid-Semester/Post Easter Concertí
26-29 June - 'The Sound of Music' Fourth Annual Musical Production
|Info:||uwifestivalartschorale.spaces.live.com or email email@example.com|
|HE Mrs Glenda Morean Phillip, High Commissioner for Trinidad and Tobago|
|Her Excellency, Glenda Morean-Phillip, High Commissioner for T&T has been re-assigned to become Ambassador to the USA. A group of T&T nationals, their descendants and the many friends of T&T and the High Commissioner herself have devised a way of recognising the efforts she made in engaging with the community and Caribbean Diaspora and bringing to her role as Ambassador here in Europe an innovative and refreshing approach. They have agreed she should be presented with an Award and, to this end, have commissioned her portrait by T&T's celebrated artist, Ainsley Yearwood.
The portrait is to be presented to the High Commissioner on behalf of everyone in the T&T community at an event. Individuals, community organisations and trading companies and businesses serving the T&T community here and in Trinidad are asked to demonstrate their thanks to the High Commissioner by making a donation towards costs. All donors will be invited to be a guest at the presentation ceremony likely to be held at the High Commission.
If you would like to make such a donation please do so to the following account:
Trinidad & Tobago Professional Network UK HSBC
Sort Code: 40-05-16
Acc. No. 31719890
P.O. Box 1EZ
196 Oxford Street
London W1D 1NT
|Info:||Please confirm your donation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org|