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WANNABE models could become prom queen (or king) of the catwalk as part of an up-coming fashion show.

Teenagers are needed to show off ball gowns and suits at a trade show at Hellaby Hall Hotel near Rotherham.

And auditions to find suitable candidates have been thrown open to anyone interested, as long as they’re 15 - 18 and willing to be put to the test at Ice Sheffield on Saturday.

The Prom Show has been organised to raise money for dementia music charity Lost Chord. It takes place on March 27.

Details at www.schoolpromshow.co.uk

Torchlit tour

CHRISTIANS can mark this year’s Candlemas festival with a torchlight celebration - at a graveyard.

A guided tour of Sheffield General Cemetery, in Sharrow, will be held to mark Mary’s purification 40 days after Jesus was born.

It will take in nine listed monuments and a broad range of night-time wild life which now lives at the Victorian burial ground.

Takes place February 2, 7.30pm. Meet at the Gatehouse in Cemetery Avenue (torches not provided). For details: 0114 268 3486.

Beer mat chance

EVER looked at a beer mat and thought ‘I could design something better’?

Now’s your chance.

Sheffield’s Sensoria film and music festival is running a competition to create a new range - with the winning design made and distributed to pubs across the city.

Get drinking and drawing before the deadline on February 17.

Winner gets a case of ale and a festival pass. Details at www.sensoria.org.uk