Let the egg see the bacon - one of the single women on ITV’s dating show is still looking for love and will be the judge at a charity fun night.
Victoria Elliott from Chesterfield will be finding the best Mr Heart Throb to help raise vital funds for Ashgate Hospicecare.
She made an impression with Paddy McGuinness, the host of Take Me Out, when she proved she was successful at planking.
Now she is going to be casting her eye over Derbyshire’s finest in the hope of finding the hunk of 2016.
Charlotte Gratton, events fundraiser at Ashgate Hospicecare said: “Events like this really put the fun in fundraising. It’s great to see the community coming together and helping local people by raising funds for Ashgate Hospicecare.”
Victoria is joined on the judging panel by Annette Gibson, ward sister at Ashgate Hospicecare, reigning Champion Scott Timbrell and Chesterfield Netball Club’s Amy Revell.
Each contestant being judged will be sponsored to take part and the money each contestant raises will make a big difference Ashgate. Last year this event raised over £5,000.
The contestant line up includes, Paul Mahmood - production director at TM Steels, Chris Maloney - director of North South Training, Dave Trickett - landscape gardener who is taking part in memory of his daughter Kimberley who was cared for by Ashgate Hospicecare. Logan Clark and bus driver, Rob Hall. To vote for your favourite visit North South Training’s Facebook Page.
The event will take place at the Proact Stadium on Friday, February 19 at 7.30pm. Spectator tickets are £10 each, with all profits going to Ashgate Hospicecare to help patients and families across North Derbyshire.
Get tickets to the event, call TM Steels on 01246 572137 or email MRHT@nstraining.co.uk