LOCAL SHOWGIRLS: A DYING TRADITION?

LOCAL SHOWGIRLS: A DYING TRADITION?

The Showgirl competition is an avid tradition in our towns across the Central West, but entrant numbers are dwindling in many local competitions. Reporter Paige Totman travelled to Trunkey Creek and Blayney to investigate why.

Tune in to our Living West news bulletin at 4:10pm this Friday to see what she discovered – streamed live on the SeeSeeEye website.

Trunkey Creek local Karen Edwards  Image: Leilani Vakaahi  Edit: Laura House

Trunkey Creek local Karen Edwards
Image: Leilani Vakaahi
Edit: Laura House

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