Young ‘royals’ to head Rose Queen parade

Two little girls from Whaley Bridge will learn what it’s like to be a royal when they head the town’s Rose Queen Festival parade on Saturday 27 June.

Seren Adlington

Seren Adlington

Seren Adlington, eight, and Katie Fairs, six – both pupils at Whaley Bridge primary school – will represent the festival’s ‘royal family’ for the event’s 40th anniversary.

Katie Fairs

Katie Fairs

Seren said:  “My hobbies are kickboxing, climbing, drama and singing.

“I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, our budgies and dogs.

“I am looking forward to representing Whaley Bridge  and waving to everyone from the float.”

Katie said: “I enjoy ballet and tap dancing and I am also in the Rainbows at Whaley Bridge and performing in the New Mills musical ‘Honk’. I look forward to seeing you on Carnival day.”

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