Tooting based model Patrycja Rebech has been crowned Miss London and Miss Poland at the 2018 Miss Motors event.
The prestigious Miss Motors event takes place each year before the Monaco Grand Prix. This year it was held in Tottenham Court Road on the 22nd of April and was presented by Dannie Aston and featured singing by Jade McQueen.
It also had celebrity guests including Chelsea Singh from Big Brother, Sandi Bogle from Goggle Box, and Jordan White from TOWIE.
Patrcyja’s 3rd place podium placing means she will go to Monaco along with the other winners for the 2018 Grand Prix.
Patrycja said, “I am so happy to be going to Monaco and I just want to thank my sponsor Russell Spencer from Westech Media who work so hard to promote me and for making this to happen.”
Patrcyja who is a well-known model in Poland having been published in numerous magazine and appeared on TV, moved to London a couple of years ago to further her career.
Patrycja was sponsored by London based promotions company Westech Media – www.westech.media
Russell Spencer the company’s executive manager paid tribute to the model saying
"We are really proud to have sponsored Patrcyja Rebech and this great event. Patrycja is not only beautiful but dedicated and very hard working. She definitely deserves this success.”
Russell also paid tribute to Bernice Catterall who organised the event.
“I would just like to thank Bernice and her team at Static Management works tirelessly to put on such a great event, we are really proud to have been a part of it.”
When Patrycja isn't modelling she likes to train at the gym and is currently studying at college to follow her second dream of opening her own beauty business with a friend.
Inspirational dementia champion Terry Eccott has become an Ambassador for Care Campaign for the Vulnerable.
Care Campaign for the Vulnerable was founded six years ago by Jayne Connery, following her mother’s experiences in the care sector. It now has more than 55,000 supporters on social media, with many sharing their own experiences of family members’ inadequate care.
It is due to the overwhelming support that the organisation is now able to offer a new advocacy service. This will offer support and advice for families and carers who have been affected by inadequate care for their loved ones as well as volunteer advocates who are available to speak up on the behalf of the families.
Terry, who is also an official Ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Society, was introduced as an Ambassador at an event held at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Gerrards Cross, which was supported by Care Protect and attended by care professionals and advocates including TV personality Russell Grant.
At the event Terry also presented Jayne with a personal Dementia Ambassador award.
Jayne Connery said: “Many people are described as inspiring, but Terry truly is. His work highlighting the challenges of living with dementia and fighting for better care and more funding for the sector is vitally important.
“When he contacted me to learn more about our important work and then agreed to be an ambassador it was humbling.
“Care Campaign for the Vulnerable was started to champion safety monitoring in communal areas in care and nursing homes for peace of mind for both vulnerable residents and their families and carers.
“Five years on, following huge success, we now offer a free advocacy service to help support families and carers.
“My main aim now is for everyone to work together; care providers, care professionals, families and care workers to tackle one of the biggest challenges we face as a society, caring for those who can no longer care for themselves.
“Dementia is now overtaking cancer and heart disease as the biggest killer in the UK but families and carers tell me that the support and understanding for people living with dementia is far less and the financial stress far greater.
“There is much more to be done and through our work we will keep pushing to promote mandatory safety monitoring into the care sector, and provide support to families and carers finding their way around a system that is currently failing many vulnerable residents, families and carers.”
Terry Eccott said: “Jayne’s voice is very important within the care sector and something I am proud to support. As the population ages there are going to be more and more people needing care and support and it’s up to us all to fight for a care system that really does care.”
Russell Grant added: “As a Patron of Alzheimer's Research UK the fantastic work Jayne is doing is so needed and necessary to support those who are vulnerable until we secure a cure".
Pic caption: left – right Terry Eccott, Jayne Connery and Russell Grant
Westech Media Opens New Office In Essex
Westech Media has opened a brand new office in Essex!
As part of its plan to better serve its Essex based clients, the media agency has now opened a new office in Leigh on Sea in Essex.
The company which helps individuals and businesses with their promotion has a team of three experts whom will now work between their London and new Essex office as well as on-site with several of their clients.
"Several of our customers are based in Essex, in addition, several of our team also live in the county. Therefore it was important to us to have a base near to our clients where they feel we can better assist them," said Russell Spencer, Executive Manger of Westech Media.
The new offices include a reception area, window bar, lunch area, conference and meeting rooms as well as team workspaces.
Westech Media is a media agency dedicated to helping individuals and businesses with their promotion, marketing and advertising.
They offer a range of services from search engine optimisation, website design and social media management.
If you are an individual or a business who needs help with their promotion and marketing you can contact them via their website: http://www.westech.media