Time is running out for hopeful ladies to apply to become Tulip Radio’s Tulip Queen and Amy Cook from Deeping St Nicholas is hoping that she can become South Holland royalty.
Amy (30), is a former Butlins red coat and Haven funstar but feels like she never left.
She said: “I sometimes forget that I don’t work there anymore when I talk to random people wherever I am.
“I can talk to anyone about anything and everything.
“Even if I have never met a person before, I talk to them as a friend I have known for years.”
Amy, who enjoys dancing, shopping and raising money for charity, loves keeping fit and is a children’s sport coach at One Touch Football and is studying for a degree in crime forensics.
Becoming Tulip Queen would be as important to Amy’s son as it would be to her. She said: “I would love to be Tulip Queen so my son can look back and be proud of his mummy.”
The Tulip Queen will be chosen by judges on November 28 and will go on to turn on the Christmas lights in Spalding later that night with Santa.