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PUBLISHED: 11:49 10 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:28 05 July 2010

Extreme are competing to win this year's Sunrise Talent contest

Extreme are competing to win this year's Sunrise Talent contest

ENTRIES for The Sunrise Talent contest close next Friday, so now is your last chance to enter.

With more than 20 acts lined up to take part from solo singers to dancers, and gymnasts to bands, its set to bring a variety of stars to the fore.

ENTRIES for The Sunrise Talent contest close next Friday, so now is your last chance to enter.

With more than 20 acts lined up to take part from solo singers to dancers, and gymnasts to bands, its set to bring a variety of stars to the fore.

The first heat will take place on Sunday, November 16, a second heat will follow on Sunday, December 14, and the third on Sunday, January 25. The final, which is yet to be arranged, will take place in February.

Amongst the hopefuls is solo singer Al-Angelo Bernal, teenager Ella Hart, gymnastic and dance act Jake Soanes, band Disjointed and gymnastic trio Extreme, made up of Rebecca Codling, Ami Reynolds and Alisha Raven.

Singer Alfie Bailey will also be pitted against the likes of Hollie Hacking, Leon Lambert and Lauren Ridley.

The competition is taking place at the Hotel Victoria on Kirkley Cliff, and as well as claiming the overall title, the winner will receive a cash prize of £500, while the runner up will receive £250, third £100 and fourth £50.

Entry costs £10 and funds from the contest will go to the Prince's Trust.

The competition is jointly organised by The Journal, and editor Russell Cook said he was keen for as many acts as possible to take part.

He said: “Sunrise Talent is an opportunity to propel people into the limelight and get their face recognised across Waveney, and perhaps beyond. Judging by the success of acts such as Lowestoft boy Lil Chris, who has now secured his own weekend television show; it proves that this area can produce credible stars.”

Those acts keen to take part should fill in the form on this page and send it, along with the entry fee and a photograph, to Sunrise Talent Contest, The Journal, 147 London Road North, Lowestoft, NR32 1NB.

Cheques should be made out to the Prince's Trust and the closing date is Friday, October 17.

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