PEEBLESSHIRE health spa Stobo Castle has chosen a new Face of Stobo.
Ayrshire 19-year-old Chloe Campbell, pictured, triumphed from more than 350 entries across Scotland.
Stobo Castle managing director Stephen Winyard said: “It is fantastic that Chloe has won this competition and we feel she is a great representative of Stobo’s health and wellbeing ethos.
“We wanted someone who would appeal to our wide customer base and Chloe is not only a beautiful girl, but she also has a great personality which makes her the perfect fit.”
The business student from Kilbirnie will front an advertising campaign worth in excess of £100,000.
And she wins a portfolio shoot with Peebles photographer Kenny Martin and a three-night stay in Stobo’s best room.
She said: “It was thrilling to hear that I had won the Face of Stobo competition. I look forward to working with Stobo over the coming year.”
A regular photographer of models, Mr Martin was one of the judges of the competition.
He said: “Chloe just seemed to suit the whole profile of Stobo. She seemed to understand what was needed from somebody who is going to be the face of Stobo.
“I only had five minutes to take three different shots with the final six models. It was great fun. I’ll be doing a portfolio with Chloe when we can set up a time to suit us both.”
Stobo’s new face is studying for an HND at the City of Glasgow College and has done some modelling over the last three years.
Last year’s winner Lauren Tempany has moved onto the international catwalks, working for Alexander McQueen and Julien McDonald.