Pelsall Carnival Committee is on the look-out for the 2013 Carnival Queen and Princess.
The competition to find the new queen and attendants takes place at the Pelsall Community Centre on Sunday, April 28, from 1.15pm, and winners will be expected to take part in the carnival procession on Saturday, July 6, 2013.
Only girls living in Pelsall girls can enter the Carnival Rosebud and Carnival Princess contests. Rosebuds must be aged between six and ten, while princesses should be 11-14.
The contest for Carnival queen is open to anyone between 15-25, although professional models are ineligible to apply.
Various prizes are up for grabs, including £100 for the winner, £50 for the runner-up and £25 for the third place entrant.
Last year, Kathryn Cox, from Pelsall, was crowned Queen, while Eve Gollins, also from Pelsall, was Princess. Antonia Dodsworth, from Rushall, and Jess Watts, from Bloxwich, were Maids of Honour, while Megan Hayes and Tianna Beech were the Rosebuds.
To be in with a chance, download the carnival queen form. Print it off and send to Carnival Secretary Ian Rhydderch (address on form) by April 20.