ROYSTON VASEY NOTES AND NEWS
Since Annie mentioned her prizewinning posterior HERE I have had a number of enquiries as to which prize it one. Well it won the big one, the Venus Kallipygos Trophy. For the benefit of those hat did not see the original report I reprint it below:—-
Preston Woman Wins Prestigious Trophy.
Annie 52 from Preston today won the The Venus Kallipygos Trophy against strong competition. Annie has a holiday home in Royston Vasey which qualifies her to take part in the event.
The Trophy was presented by The Dreadnought Corset Company for the annual Kallipygian competition. It goes to the lady who in the opinion of the judges has the shapeliest and most active posterior. The judges were Mr A.C.Pitt-Rivers, Dr Bradbury Winter and Master Li. Unfortunately Master Li could only take part in the judging of the contour section as he became over excited in the mobility section, where the competitors have to rotate their posteriors in time to music, the sight of the twins rear ends gyrating in unison was too much for him and he had to be sedated by Dr Bradbury Winter. In second place was Heufimia Winpenny and joint third the Butterfield twins, Viola Augustina and Rubina Augustina.
The Trophy, a small replica of the statue by Clérion (1686) was presented by old Mrs Bagshaw who boasts the largest posterior in Royston Vasey if not the shapeliest.
The winner said that she owed her success to a stringent diet of chocolate and swinging a golf club, which developed her prize winning wiggle. She added that when she managed to connect with the ball she would add walking as well.
( Note:- callipygian is defined as “having shapely buttocks )
The Venus Kallipygos Trophy