September 28th, 2016

Belbroughton beauty shows support for football clubs and charity

Belbroughton beauty shows support for football clubs and charity Belbroughton beauty shows support for football clubs and charity
Miss Worcestershire contestants, including Laura Beth Morgan, and players from Worcester City. Picture by Katie Can Photography. s
Updated: 3:17 pm, Feb 19, 2016

MISS WORCESTERSHIRE Laura Beth Morgan, who is from Belbroughton, has been showing her support for the county’s football clubs and a local charity.

Laura, joined other Miss Worcestershire finalists at Aggborough Stadium and Miss Black Country Jade Secker, to show support for Worcester City who triumphed 2-0 over North Ferriby United.

Laura met the players, the team mascot and representatives

A great photo opportunity was utilized with the players, the team mascot and representatives from ASPIE, a social self-help group for adults with Asperger’s syndrome.

Laura led Worcester City FC out and their young supporters on to the pitch for the handshake, then took her seat in the VIP director’s box to watch the game with lunch and drinks provided by the club.

World Powerlifting Champion Gary Phillips and Nicola Guiver from NG Total Health, Laura’s fitness co-ordinators were also in attendance.

They devised the sports round for the Miss Worcestershire competition this year and were at the event to show their support to the Worcester City FC and the girls.

Gary and Nicola will be putting Laura through her paces in upcoming months in the run up to the Miss England finals.

Laura congratulated the players on their tremendous win and said she had a great day enjoying the club’s hospitality.

She will also be heading down to Bromsgrove Sporting’s Victoria Ground on March 12 to get behind the Rouslers in their top of the table clash with Coventry United.

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