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04 July 2008

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Young Quaker sets equality agenda in new TV show - preview

Oliver Robertson talks with Jessica Kellgren-Hayes, a young Friend who stars in a new BBC programme

A young Quaker from Bristol is starring in a new television series helping women with disabilities break into the fashion industry


  • Jessica Kellgren-Hayes, a Friend and former pupil at Sidcot Quaker school, is one of eight aspiring models appearing on Britain's Missing Top Model, which began on Tuesday
  • Over the five-week series, the women will walk down catwalks at fashion shows, take part in photoshoots and even attend a ball, competing to be photographed for a spread in a glossy magazine
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