Junior Miss Cumbria: Confidence, Sport, and Performance

Hey All,
Hope you’re all keeping well.


I haven’t really been up to much in the run up to my exams as I’ve been busy studying hard. Although this weekend we brought the Hockey Season to an end, which we celebrated at The Shepherd’s Inn with a presentation evening. It was a fantastic night had by all including both the men’s and women’s Carlisle teams alongside family and friends.
I like to see what other people wear, so here’s a little picture of my outfit from Saturday night!

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Maisie, myself and Emily ready for presentation evening.


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The younger girls and our coach Kath.


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After a lovely weekend on Monday night I went to see The Full Monty at The Sands Centre in Carlisle. It was such an amazing night and a great laugh. My face hurt from laughing so much. It was a great night including cast members Gary Lucy, Louis Emerick and Bobby Schofield who were fabulous.



Quick ‘cheeky’ picture with Louis Emerick after the show.


I love going to see shows and musicals, because I grew up as a drama queen with a passion for dancing and acting!

I just love being on stage as well as watching other people perform. I think over the years performing arts have helped me grow in confidence, which I highly recommend to anyone wanting to build their confidence skills. This is because it not only allows you to perform in front of others but lets you get to know more people and make new friends.


I’ve performed in the West End three times now in the last 5 years, 3 of my proudest moments.


Thanks all, look forward to my first Vlog in a few weeks.
Love Alice x x x x x x