September 25th, 2016

City teenager to put newly discovered confidence to test in Miss Coventry beauty pageant

City teenager to put newly discovered confidence to test in Miss Coventry beauty pageant City teenager to put newly discovered confidence to test in Miss Coventry beauty pageant
Updated: 4:48 pm, Mar 22, 2016

A COVENTRY teenager will put her newly discovered confidence to the test at the annual Miss Coventry competition later this month.

Nineteen-year-old Chloe Mann struggled with confidence throughout her teenager years and bravely admitted to being the subject of bullying at her school.

However, in a remarkable turnaround, Chloe will soon tackle Miss Coventry – following up from her Miss Nuneaton victory last year.

Currently a student apprentice at the Midlands Academies Trust (MAT), Chloe described the Miss Coventry competition as “life changing” and that people shouldn’t make assumptions about those that take part.

Chloe said: “I started taking part in these competitions when a friend did it.

“I kind of wanted to take part but I had no confidence in my ability and I’d go red and start stuttering when speaking in front of people.

“I’ve made friends for life since signing up and I love helping out all the different charities.”

Chloe has two fundraising events coming up where she’ll be raising funds for Beauty With A Purpose – a worldwide charity which provides aid to disadvantaged children all over the world.

Chloe said: “I’ve been speaking at events and doing things I never could’ve imagined myself doing several years ago.

“All my nights are spent working on my effort to become Miss Coventry – whether that be working, meeting people or boosting the profile of my social media accounts.”

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