Mr and Miss England Diary!

 

 

 

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Mr & Miss England Finals 2013 !

 

Both the Mr and Miss England finals took place over a 4 day period in June 2013 in Torquay, cialis Devon. The Mr England finals were held on 15th June where Mr England Jordan Williams won the title along with the Miss England Eco show and the Miss England Final was held on 16th June 2013 where Kirsty Heslewood won the title. Here is a four day photo diary of the event which details how the new Miss & Mr England winners where chosen and the various rounds they had to go through .

Two weeks before the national finals took place 12 Miss England finalists were selected by top photographer Alan Strutt & invited to a special Beach Beauty shoot on Torre Abbey Beach Torquay

Click here to see a report in the Daily Mail from the Beach Beauty round !

 

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Miss England contestants arrive and check into the Imperial Hotel ! All of the contestants have been invited to bring charity gifts for the Rowcroft Hospice Charity to hand in on arrival and hand in their Beauty With A Purpose donations. These gifts were then aucitioned by Rowcroft & raised almost £3,000 for the Rocroft Hospice!

 

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The Miss England team (l-r) Mary, Lisa(Choreographer) ,  Angie Beasley(Director) 

 

 

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Contestants start to arrive and check in to the different check points accross the room.

 

 

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As all of the contestants are checked in they get a quick brief from the Head of Hair and Makeup Andrew Minarik.

 

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Contestants posting for pictures for the photographers before their departure to rehearsals!

 

 

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The girls waiting outside of the Imperial for the coach to take them away.

 

 

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All aboard the coach to the Drum Inn .

 

 

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The girls have arrived at the Drum Inn for a much needed lunch!.

 

 

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Time to grab some food before the rehearsals !

 

 

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The contestants taking some pictures with the managers and Charlotte Holmes.

 

 

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The girls board the coach to the Riviera for rehearsals

 

 

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Miss England 2013 Charlotte Holmes and Miss Charity Queen 2012 Kitty Williams following the coach.

 

 

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The girls watch the top 20 talent DVD's and watch Miss Coventry Charity Queen perform live before heading back to the Imperial for a good nights sleep in preperation for a long day of rehearsals and bootcamp to come. Devon was given 24 hours notice to come to the final due to a dropout and she ended up taking the title of Miss Talent 2013!.

 

 

 

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The boys have arrived ! The male contestants head off to Occombe farm for the cook off with local celebrity chef Giovanni.

 

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Mr England boys with the chef Giovanni.

 

Meanwhile a handful of the girls are chosen to go out and explore Genting Casino !

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Here the girls are pictured with the Genting Casino manager & Official Judge Denis Raven .

 

 

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The girls are like giants in the Babbacombe Model Village

 

TIME TO BURN !

Regiment Fitness take the The Miss England Bootcamp !

 

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After a grueling 2 hours of non stop training, 6 girls were chosed as the top 6 for Miss Sportswoman 2013 !

 

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Here are the top 6 with Miss England 2012 Charlotte Holmes and the guys from Regiment Fitness.

The top 6 for the sports round were:

Miss Birmingham Rachael Barker

Miss South Yorkshire Ashley Powell

Miss Essex Angela James

Miss Coventry Jodie Duckworth

Miss Cambridgeshire Kirsty Bentley

Miss Leeds Jacqueline Columbine

Meanwhile the boys are still cooking away with Giovanni

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The top6 Miss Sportswoman girls were then invited to meet the 10 Mr England guys and have a tasty lunch at Giovanni's kitchen at Occoombe Farm.

 

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Here are the girls outside of Ocoombe Farm on the tractor !

 

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Just before their very own gruelling sports round the male contestants took some time out to visit the shores of Torquay to do a shoot for The Sun newspaper & Montana Tan with Scotlands very own Jennifer Reoch. ( a former Miss Scotland)

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After the shoot the boys went back to the hotel and got ready for the sports round.

 

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After a couple of hours of carrying tires, jumping ropes, situps, pushups and running the boys are shattered out but ready to get back to prepare for the Civic Reception and Dinner. Its tough at the top boys !

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Here the boys are pictured with the Regiment Fitness guys who put them through their paces.

 

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In the evening all of the Mr and Miss England contestants were invited to a Civic Reception and Dinner courtesy of Torquay's Deputy Chairman, councillor Julien Parrot.

The night was a huge success including a charity auction of the gifts some of the contestants donated and the top five male and female talent contestants performed their chosen songs to the guests.

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The male and female contestants start taking pictures  with the Chairman Julien Parrot in front of Shania Twain's old Cadillac !

Below are Director Angie Beasley and photographer Sachin Sagar.

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At the reception...

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Above are Genting Casino manager with Miss Devon, Miss Birmingham, Miss West Midlands and Miss Dorset.

Below are all of the wonderful gifts the contestants donated for the auction.

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(l-r) Presenter and organiser Mark Jones, Director Angie Beasley and chairman of Rowcroft Hospice ------

 

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Before the guests started to tuck into the deliciously prepared food, Mary Kate McKay Miss Preston Guild 2013 said Grace.

 

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The hall was packed full of people !

 

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Miss Hippodrome, Miss Cheshire and Miss Liverpool Runner up chose to sing covers of their

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(L-R) Miss Greater London performed her own edition of Michael Jackson's 'Bad' and Miss Kent performing a comedy act.

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Miss Coventry Charity is performing one of the songs she wrote herself above.

 

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(l-r) Mr Bedfordshire performing the rap that he has written himself and Mr Rugby a tribute to Michael Buble.

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Mr Newcastle singing a song he wrote himself above.

 

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(l-r) Mr England (who had not yet won), Miss Staffordshire, Mr Mercia, Miss Sussex and Mr Coventry with Miss England 2012 Charlotte and guests.

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Charlotte Holmes with Sachin Sagar.

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Charlotte Holmes with our very own photographer Kumar Chan.

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(l-r) Miss Torquay Amy, Miss Preston Guild Mary Kate, Miss Buckinghamshire Kirsty and Miss Cumbria Debbie.

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(l-r) Miss Bolton Lucy, Miss Northumberland Stephanie, Miss Harrogate Olivia and Miss Hampshire Hayley.

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(l-r) Mr Bedfordshire Robert, Miss Bedfordshire Aisha, Miss Dorset Emily, Miss Leeds Jacqui, Miss Leicestershire Ruth and Mr Leicestershire Linford.

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(l-r) Miss Derby Jade, Miss Scarborough & District Laura, Miss Cornwall Rosalie, Miss Nottingham Juliett, Miss Chesterfield Melanie and Miss South Yorkshire Ashley.

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(l-r) Miss Liverpool runner up Jess, Mr Liverpool Josh, Miss Liverpool Jade and Miss Lincolnshire Olivia.

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(l-r) Miss Essex Angela, Miss Cornwall Rosalie, Miss Scarborough 7 District Laura, Sachin Sagar, Miss East Anglia Sophie, Miss Dorset Emily and Miss Durham Lauren.

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(l-r) Miss Derby Jade, Miss Cornwall Rosalie, Miss England 2012 Charlotte, Miss Scarborough & District Laura and Miss Nottingham Juliett.

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Miss Worcestershire Preeti and Miss Asian Model Nikki.

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(l-r) Mr Liverpool Josh and Miss Essex Angela.  (l-r)Miss Liverpool Jade and Mr Leicestershire Linford.

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(l-r) Miss Liverpool Jade and Sachin Sagar. Miss West Midlands Ruby and Miss England 2012 Charlotte.

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Miss East Anglia Sophie, Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Essex Angela.

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Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Prashanth Kumar. Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Staffordshire Jessica.

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Miss Devon Leanne, Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Torquay Amy

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(l-r)Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Eco 2013 Grace. Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Beach Beauty 2013 Nena

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Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Talent 2013 Devon

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Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Liverpool Runner Up Jess. Miss England 2012 Charlotte and Miss Every Model Magazine Charlie

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Charlotte and Miss North West Tayla. Charlotte and Miss Lincolnshire Olivia

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Charlotte and Miss Mansfield & Sherwood Frest Alice. Charlotte and Miss York & District Maryann

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Charlotte and Miss Hampshire Hayley. Charlotte and Miss Bolton Lucy

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Charlotte and Miss Sussex Jade. Charlotte and Miss Hippodrome Alice

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Charlotte and Miss Leeds Jacqui.  Charlotte and Miss Preston Guild (2nd Runner Up) Mary Kate

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Charlotte and Miss North London, future Miss England 2013, Kirsty Heslewood

 

After a wonderful evening packed with good food, great company and lots of laughter it was time to head back to the hotels in preperation for tomorrows Miss Eco and Mr England final..

 

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Early morning rehearsals begin with Karan Pangali and Lisa Powell.

 

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The girls perfect their dance moves in preperations for the final show.

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Lisa and Karan take some time out of rehearsing to take pictures.

 

The boys take to the stage to rehearse for tonight's Mr England final

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Our fabulous hosts Miss Scotland 2011 Jennifer Reoch and Mark Jones

 

The boys start the show with the cowboy round!

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Mr Avon Valley Aaron Wachi

 

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Mr Newcastle David Stoker

 

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Mr Rugby Jordan Williams

 

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Mr Liverpool Josh Gordon

 

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Mr Leicestershire Linford Martin

 

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Mr Coventry Luke Bellamy

 

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Mr Cleveland Nathan Briggs

 

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Mr Bedfordshire Robert Dawe

 

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Mr Gloucester Yaseen Jaffer

 

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Mr Mercia Mo Benatin

 

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The judges are introduced and Mr Engand 2011-13 then sings Happy Birthday to Linda Hill from the Torbay Council.

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The judges included

Dennis Raven - General Manager of the Genting Casino Torquay

Jackie Turner Miss England 2003

Rhys Powell - Senior Sales and Marketing Manager at the MTPA Office in the UK

Pat Minarik - Official Miss World Adjudicator

Gwyn Gibbons - General Manager of Puma Hotels

Hitz Rao - Photographer

CJ De Mooi - Actor, appeared on Eggheads

Linda Hill - PA to Chairman and Executive at Torbay Council

Angie Beasley - Director of Miss England Limited

Click here for more info about some of the judges

 

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Mr England 2011-13 sings Happy Birthday to Linda Hill one of our judges!

 

The girls take to the stage and preview their Eco outfits and talk to Jennifer about what they are wearing. They have created these outfitrs completely from scratch using recycled materials. Check out how creative their ideas are!

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Miss Mansfield & Sherwood Forest Alice and Miss Hippodrome Alicia

 

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Miss Torquay Amy and Miss Essex Angela

 

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Miss Manchester Arabella and Miss South Yorkshire Ashley

 

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Miss Cheshire Charlotte and Miss Every Model Magazine Charlie

 

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Miss Kent Constance and Miss Cumbria Debbie

 

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Miss Coventry Charity Devon and Miss Dorset Emily

 

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Miss Wiltshire Georgina and Miss Greater London Grace

 

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Miss Hampshire Hayley and Miss Berkshire Holly

 

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Miss Bedfordshire Iesha and Miss Leeds Jacqui

 

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Miss Liverpool Jade and Miss Derby Jade

 

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Miss Sussex Jade and Miss Staffordshire Jessica

 

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Miss Coventry Jodie and Miss Nottingham Juliett

 

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Miss Warwick & Leamington Spa Karla and Miss Bolton Lucy

 

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Miss Buckinghamshire Kirsty and Miss Cambridgeshire Kirsty

 

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Miss North London Kirsty and Miss Scarborough & District Laura

 

The boys are welcomed back on stage in their chosen sportswear.

 

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Aaron and David

 

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Jordan and Josh

 

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Linford and Luke

 

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Nathan and Robert

 

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Yaseen and Mo

 

 

The rest of the girls get onto the stage to showcase their Eco outfits.

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Miss Rugby Lauren and Miss Devon Leanne

 

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Miss Somerset Louise and Miss Oxfordshire Lydia

 

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Miss Preston Guild Mary Kate and Miss York & District Maryann

 

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Miss Hertfordshire Monica and Miss London City Nena

 

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Miss Asian Model Nikki and Miss Lincolnshire Olivia

 

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Miss Worcestershire Preeti and Miss Birmingham Rachael

 

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Miss Cornwall Rosalie and Miss Sunderland Rebecca

 

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Miss West Midlands Ruby and Miss Leicestershire Ruth

 

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Miss East Anglia Sophie Whitaker and Miss 24 Carat Steph

 

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Miss North West Tayla and Miss Newcastle Rachelle

 

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Miss Nuneaton Chantelle and Miss Swindon Ela

 

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Miss Cleveland Henrietta and Miss Liverpool Runner Up Jess

 

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Miss Chesterfield Melanie and Miss Brimingham Runner Up Natalie

 

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Miss Harrogate Olivia and Miss Northumberland Stephanie

 

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Miss Middlesex Shabana and Miss Durham Lauren.

 

Lets welcome the boys back in their evening wear!

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After the evening wear round the boys quickly went backstage to get into their Montana Tan swimtrunks !

 

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After the underwear round the top Eco contestants were all called back on stage to preview their outfits one last time and for the announcement of Mr England to be made.

 

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(l-r) Miss Birmingham Rachael, Miss Devon Leanne, Miss Hippodrome Alicia, Miss Greater London Grace, Miss Cventry Jodie and Miss South Yorkshire Ashley.

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(l-r) Miss Cornwall Rosalie, Miss North London Kirsty, Miss London City Nena, Miss Sussex Jade, Miss West Midlands Ruby and Miss Kent Constance.

 

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Jennifer questions Roland on his time as Mr England for the past 2 years in preparation for the Mr England winners scores to be adjudicated.

 

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Montana Tan's Joanna is called up on stage to help present the Mr England awards.

 

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2nd Runner up goes to Mr Newcastle David Stoker.

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1st Runner up goes to Mr Cleveland Nathan Briggs.

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MR ENGLAND 2013 IS MR RUGBY JORDAN WILLIAMS

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Jordan with the judges he wowed with his talent , good looks , cooking & fitness skills and his Charitable endeavours !

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Jordan and Sachin

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Jordan with Joanna and Marie from Montana Tan

 

 

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As the guests start to arrive for the night of the final, a pre judging Aftershock scene is taking place in the hall next door. All of the judges and VIP guests are invited to a champagne reception where the 60 contestants walk through in their aftershock dresses.

 

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The judges sit and wait as the contestants get ready for pre judging.

The judges are as follows:

Linda Hill

Jackie Turner

Dennis Raven

Rhys Powell

CJ de Mooi

Charlie Kaufman

Gwyn Gibbons

Pat Minarik

Hiro Harjani

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Miss England 2012  Charlotte Holmes stuns as always in her preperations to hand over the coveted crown later that evening.

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THE SHOW BEGINS.

The first round of the Miss England final is the  Aftershock scene.

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Karan Pangali and the dancers lead the girls on at the beginning of the scene.

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Miss Beach Beauty 2013 Nena France during the Aftershock London Top Model scene.

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Shabana and Kirsty.

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Jess and Juliett

 

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Ela and Jess.

 

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Wow dont they all look amazing in the red & white dresses by Aftershock which all the girls got to keep !  A gift from Hiro Hajani one of the main judges for Miss England 2013 !

 

The next round was the evening wear round, girls came out in doubles and showcased their beautiful evening dresses to the judges and audience whilst the newly crowned Mr England Jorda serenades the audience with his amazing voice and tribute act to Michael Buble !

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Alice and Alicia

 

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Amy and Angela

 

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Ashley and Arabella

 

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Charlie and Charlotte

 

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Debbie and Constance

 

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Emily and Devon

 

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Grace and Georgina

 

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Hollie and Hayley

 

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Jacqui and Iesha

 

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Jade Bulmer and Jade K

 

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Jess and Jade

 

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Juliette and Jodie

 

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Lucy and Karla

 

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Kirsty B and Kirsty

 

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Laura and Kirsty

 

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Leanne and Lauren

 

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Lydia and Louise

 

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Maryann and Mary Kate

 

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Nena and Monica

 

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Olivia and Nikki

 

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Rachael and Preeti

 

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Rebecca and Rosalie

 

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Ruth and Ruby

 

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Stephanie and Sophie

 

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Rachelle and Tayla

 

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Chantelle and Ela

 

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Jess and Henrietta

 

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Natalie and Melanie

 

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Stephanie and Olivia

 

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Lauren and Shabana

 

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Mir and Miss England 2012 looking stunning hosting for the evening after a quick dress change.

 

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Charlotte and Roland talk to Jordan about winning Mr England and his preperations for the forthcoming Mr World

 

The sportswear round commences in the Mauritius vest tops

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Karan Pangali dances with the girls to Gentlemen by Psy

 

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Karan Pangali performs for the audience as the girls change into their evening dresses for the top 15 to be announced.

 

AND THE TOP 15 ARE

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Miss Beach Beauty Nena France won a trip to Mauritius courtesy of MTPA with Alize Lily Mounter Miss World Beach Beauty 2012 and Alan Strutt celebrity photographer

 

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Aftershock Top Model Jessica Landells with Hiro

 

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Miss Sportswoman 2013 Jodie Duckworth with Miss England 2012 Charlotte Holmes

 

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Miss Eco 2013 Grace Levy with Dennis Raven Genting Casinos general manager and Miss England 2009 Katrina Hodge

 

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Miss Talent 2013 Devon Mayson with choreographer Lisa Powell

 

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The Fresh Photographic award was presented to Kirsty Heslewood by Charlie Kaufman and Miss England 2008 Laura Coleman

 

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Miss Popularity Preeti Sindhu and Miss England 2003 Jackie Turner

 

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Miss Charity Queen 2013 Chantelle Anna Lisa and Miss Charity Queen 2012 Kitty Williams (left)

 

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Miss Every Model Magazine Charlie Machin

 

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Miss Liverpool Runner Up Jess Page

 

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Miss Newcastle Rachelle Graham

 

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Miss West Midlands Ruby Bowater

 

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Miss Preston Guild Mary Kate McKay

 

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Miss Sussex Jade Power

 

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Miss Devon Leanne Ward

 

 

After the top 15 are announced the Mauritian dancers perform traditional mauritian dances for the audience and judges.

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After the Mauritian dancers finished performing the top 15 were invited back on stage to describe themselves in three words and from that the top five were chosen. After the top 5 wre chosen they were asked to answer some questions by the judges.

The top 5 were:

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Charlotte Machin

 

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Jessica Landells

 

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Nena France

 

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Mary Kate McKay

 

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Kirsty Heslewood

 

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As the votes are being adjudicated for the top 5 Charlotte and Roland talk to Khadeer and Rhys from MTPA.

 

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During the evening there were raffle tickets being sold for the prize of a trip to Mauritius. Over £2000 was raised for the Mauritian Disability link childrens charity alone from the raffle and the happy guests above were the winners of the holiday.

 

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Charlotte embraces her final moments on the thrown as Miss England.

 

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Miss England Director makes a final speech before the top 3 are announced.

 

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Joy: Miss Preston Guild takes the place of 2nd runner up.

 

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The stunning Nena France, Miss Beach Beauty 2013 takes the 1st runner up place..

 

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Kirsty's disbelief as her name is announced as the winner of Miss England 2013

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Kirsty and Director Angie

 

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Celebratory fireworks for the newly crowned winner Kirsty!

 

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Mr England joiins his Miss England with her celebrations

 

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Kirsty  with members from the MTPA.

 

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Kirsty with L-R - Giovanni ( Chef) Linda Hill -Judge -  Right of Kirsty - Bill ( from Torbay Tourism Association) l & Teresa ( Giovannis wife)

 

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Kirsty and Dennis Raven from Genting Casino

 

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Charlie Kaufman from Fresh Academy with Kirsty

 

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Kirsty and Jo from Montana Tan

 

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Mr Newcastle, Kirsty and Jo

 

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Kirsty with choreographer Karan Pangali

Below with Mr Richard Hunt with wife Angela

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Miss England sleeps rough to raise awareness of homelessness

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The concept of World Homeless day emerged from online discussions between people working to respond to homelessness from various parts of the world. The Inaugural World Homeless day was marked on the 10th October 2010 and is held to educate people about homeless issues celebrate and support good local work and highlight local issues. 

Miss England slept rough on the streets of Cambridge this week as temperatures dipped to 4C to highlight the plight of the homeless in the UK.

  

READ CARINA'S MOVING DIARY BELOW ! 

 

Carina Tyrrell, try a Cambridge University student doctor, medical slept under a city bridge near Midsummer Common in Cambridge in the run up to World Homeless Day.

The 24-year-old was among an estimated 40 people who slept on the streets in Cambridge last night and among 2400 people nationwide.

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Read the Daily Mail online story here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2783642/Miss-England-Cambridge-student-sleeps-rough-raise-awareness-homelessness-looks-immaculate-tiara-makeup-night-streets.html 

 

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Diary by Carina Tyrrell

"Sleeping Rough in Cambridge"  

My understanding of homelessness has changed since beginning to work with the homeless 2 years ago, as a student doctor and as president of the Cambridge University Global Health society. Initially, I would have described someone who is homeless as sleeping on the street, old, male, with drug and alcohol and mental health issues, with little will power to help themselves. This perception could not be more disillusioned.

Having helped homeless organisations, such as the national charity Coram, and the Cambridge based charities Jimmy’s Night Shelter, Wintercomfort, Cyrenians and now Emmaus, I am beginning to understand the depth of the homeless problem. I have observed what these organisations do and have also tried to help first hand. But this only gave me a superficial understanding of homelessness. For World Homeless Day, I decided to sleep rough on the streets of Cambridge to try and appreciate the hardship that the homeless endure.

 

Setting off from the warmth of my home with three layers on the bottom half and five layers on the top half of my body, I headed to the streets of Cambridge empty handed. My first port of call was Jimmy’s Night Shelter. They are the only provider of emergency accommodation in Cambridge, supplying 20 beds. I arrived at the large oak doors, rang the doorbell, and waited apprehensively. I was asked how I could be helped, and replied that I was looking for accommodation. Nervous as to what their reaction would be, I was buzzed in. The friendly receptionists explained that unfortunately all beds were taken and that I should try again tomorrow. They kindly offered me a sleeping bag, blanket, mat and emergency pack. I explained I had never slept rough and did not know where to go or what to do. I was directed to a bridge off the park Midsummer Common, as it was scheduled to rain that night.

 

Leaving Jimmy’s I began to feel scared, wondering if I had made the right decision to leave the comfort of my home. As I walked across the dimly lit park, stories of night stabbings, arguments between homeless people wanting to share a patch, and the reaction of the police, began flooding into my mind. I endured, knowing that for some people who are homeless, there is no backup plan to return home.

 

Arriving at my “home” for the night, I was delighted to see that the spot was not being shared by anyone else. Under the bridge it was damp, dark and dirty. Could I smell urine, see spiders, a bit of toilet paper? I decided not to think too much and unpacked my bedding. I opened my emergency pack from Jimmy’s – toilet paper (that white thing on the floor probably was indeed toilet paper from someone else’s pack…), candles, a lighter, a hat, hand warmers, pen and paper, cutlery, condoms, deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste, tissues, etc. I decided I would hold off going to the toilet and, after having put toothpaste on the toothbrush and realized I had no water for rinsing my mouth, I gave up on that too.

 

Midnight, I climbed into the sleeping bag and pulled the blanket over me.

I could smell dogs and cigarettes, remnants from a previous tenant. I tossed and turned, trying to get comfortable. Every position felt like the concrete was making itself known to me and my head was only comfortable facing upwards, but then I was worried what might drip or fall down onto my face. I turned sideways and tried to close my eyes. In the distance I could hear voices and laughter – students on a night out with alcohol in their system? I prayed they would not get any closer. Then I heard movement in the water – swans. Only two metres from the waters edge, I recalled how vicious they can be. It seemed that noises were amplified and I could not ignore a single one.

 

I decided I would just have to switch off and think of warmer happier times. I began dreaming of being at a friend’s house, laughing as we played the piano and sang together. Her dog came by wanting to join in the fun. I could hear him rustling around the furniture. Rustling. The sound was almost too real. I opened my eyes – just a few metres away stood a fox. My whole body tensed as my eyes focused on the creature confirming it was a fox. My lectures on rabies came back to me in a flash. I would call an ambulance and get post-exposure prophylaxis. I decided not to move, hoping the fox would ignore me. The fox darted here and there, sniffing along the water’s edge. My eyes followed its every move. Whilst wishing it would go away, I was admiring its elegance and beauty. I had never seen a wild fox so close. It scampered away and I was able to breathe, not realizing I had been holding my breath! 

I looked at my watch – 1am. Only an hour had gone by?! How was that possible? Surely it was more like 4am? I tried going back to sleep but this time I struggled. Every few minutes I would open by eyes to pan my surroundings. The fox had stirred me somewhat. 

I must have dozed off as suddenly my body tensed again before I realized why. Something was pulling at my hat! I closed my eyes and could not move, even if I had tried. It was that fox again and I would be going to Addenbrooke’s, not as a student doctor but as a patient! The creature moved round to my face.  My heart pounding, I opened my eyes. It was a cat. I breathed a sigh of relief, but still felt relatively uneasy being at ground level with an unknown cat standing above me. I moved to get up and the cat darted away. 

That was it. I was not going to be able to sleep.

It was now 2am. I felt scared and vulnerable. I was constantly on edge and my body could not relax. Every movement was difficult as my body was so stiff. My eyes and ears were capturing and analyzing everything – I felt drained. 

3am, the rain started. Despite being under a bridge, big drops started falling from cracks in the construction. I tried in vain to reposition myself to avoid the drips but the water seeped through all my layers and I felt a chill on my back. 

4am and I began to appreciate the term “chilled to the bone”. As much as I tried to curl up and keep warm, I could not. My homeostatic mechanisms set in and I could not stop the shivering. I took out my phone – my app told me it was 4°C. I was sleeping in a fridge. Why had I decided to do this just as the autumnal weather set in! My experiences of being in the mountains, being buried in the snow in avalanche training, and camping, were nothing like this. I began thinking of how the homeless endure much more severe weather night after night. 

It seemed that every time I looked at my phone, only an hour had gone by.

Finally, around 6am, the city began to stir. Still dark, I witnessed the cyclists passing by on their way to rowing practice or to work. Most ignored me, some glanced at me. The most recognition I received was by a black dog that ran by with a log in its mouth, his jaw stretched round his precious find. He paused to look at me before following his owner. He brought the first smile to my face after the long night. I realized why you see the homeless with dogs. They are non judgmental and bring a smile to your face and company when no- one else will. 

7am and I received the first human acknowledgement. Two gentlemen came up to me and asked if I was ok. They introduced themselves – the Street Outreach Team. Offering me tea or coffee from their rucksacks, they explained that they wanted to help me find safer accommodation. They offered me a map of the services available around Cambridge for the homeless. They suggested I get a warm breakfast from Wintercomfort and directed me, saying they would see me there later. I have never enjoyed a cup of tea so much! My mouth had been so dry and I could feel the tea warming me from the inside. 

Still a bit dreary, I packed up my bedding. As I unzipped my sleeping bag, a large spider ran out! How did it find its way in there?! Not being a fan of spiders, I shivered wondering if there were any others nestled inside my hat, scarf and coat! I was glad to vacate my “home” for the night and leave behind the danger of rowdy humans, animals and insects. 

I walked over to Wintercomfort to find a queue of people at the front door waiting for the 8.30am opening. I was not sure what mood my neighbours would be in after also sleeping rough, and if they would favourably consider a newcomer who was not actually homeless. Someone asked “Where were you?”. Getting to grips with the question, I answered, “Under a bridge off Midsummer Common”. I asked “And you?”. I explained my background and reasoning for sleeping rough. Soon everyone was chatting with me and I felt welcomed. 

I heard many stories and realized that being homeless is not only about sleeping on the streets. Homelessness includes tents, cars, boats with no facilities, and even friends’ sofas. Some had slept with nothing but cardboard on the streets (and they certainly did not have as many layers as me!). Others had been in a tent for months. One lady explained she could only sleep in toilets because of feeling so vulnerable. I was able to truthfully say, “I understand”. But being moved on 3-4 times she could only get a few hours rest at a time. Others had slept in hostels or council accommodation, but still came to Wintercomfort for breakfast and lunch because they had no other way of getting or affording food. I asked about dinner. They said Wintercomfort closes at 3.30 pm and so their lunch is also their dinner. 

Looking around, I was surprised by the higher than expected number of females and the average age of those queuing (20s-30s). Through helping the national charity Coram, I have learnt that in the UK 80,000 young people experience homelessness every year. More shocking is to consider their vulnerability to violence and sexual exploitation. By calling Coram’s free helpline from most providers (0808 800 5792), the charity can provide secure accommodation and ongoing support, whether a young person is homeless or feels they can no longer live at home. 

The people I met are homeless for a variety of reasons. The stories they shared with me, made me realize that we live in a fragile community. It only takes unfortunate circumstances to find yourself homeless. One man had recently moved to Cambridge with his wife and children looking for a new job. An argument with his wife meant he was kicked out of the house. With no job, few contacts, and little savings, he found himself homeless. One young man has a job but simply does not earn enough to allow him to pay for accommodation. Others suffer from mental health issues through no fault of their own, and struggle to find work and accommodation. I have been teaching health classes at Wintercomfort, and one person explained that they had been exposed to family violence at the time they were attending school. Finding it difficult to pay attention in the classroom, they left with no examination certificates. With the help of Wintercomfort, the person is trying to obtain a degree in English. A few of those sleeping rough explained that they have degrees and one is attending university. 

These are not people who cannot be bothered to try. They are not unsuccessful or unintelligent. They are not unkind. They are not all alcohol and drug dependent. They are not all adults. I believe our views of homelessness need to change. 

As 8.30am approached, I counted around 20 people in the queue. I was getting hungry and tried to imagine what it would be like not knowing if you were going to be able to eat that day. We were let in two at a time. Being a newcomer, I would have to do an assessment after breakfast. I was given a coupon and entered the communal area where I helped myself to tea, coffee, and cereals, and was given a full English breakfast! Sitting next to other rough sleepers, I was quickly integrated. We chatted about the night before and quickly moved on to other topics – Cambridge, the weather, animals, politics etc. People coming in were greeting friends and there was chatter, laughter and warmth about the place. Smiles were seen all round as we tucked into our breakfasts. The community atmosphere was incredible. Everyone was so kind, despite me being new. I spent most of my day at Wintercomfort, receiving information on accommodation from the Street Outreach team, health care services (the GP Access Surgery specifically meeting the needs of the homeless), benefits, literacy and numeracy classes offered at Wintercomfort, and much more. The staff were kind and considerate, helping me with my questions but not being judgmental or forceful. 

I decided to head back to Jimmy’s to see if they had a bed available that night. I was elated to hear that they had a bed for me and was entitled to it for 28 days, during which they would help me to find stable accommodation. Cyrenians offers the homeless long-term accommodation in Cambridge and it was suggested that I could ask for their help. I had to go through another assessment with questions about my background and medical and social information. I was given an access card to my room and told dinner was ready. Entering the communal area, I could not tell if the people there were homeless guests or volunteers. Across the room I saw a familiar face from Wintercomfort. The rough sleeper I had met earlier told me that all but two in the room were homeless. I was amazed. 

I lined up for dinner and was delighted to hear it was a roast dinner which they serve every Sunday! The cook has been volunteering at Jimmy’s for 17 years and comes in every day to make dinner, even during holiday periods! The volunteers are fundamental to Jimmy’s, and the time they dedicate to helping others is truly commendable. Sitting at the dinner table, I made friends. Knowing that I was in a safe environment for the night, with warm food and kind people, I really felt like part of a family, made up of the homeless, volunteers, and staff. Being at Jimmy’s really felt like home. 

The homeless guests told me that Jimmy’s is always accessible for guests and that I could use the computer facilities, books, attend talks and art classes that are offered, and much more. The television is only on after dinner. 

I was taken up to my room – a bed with a duvet and pillow, and a bathroom with a toilet, washbasin and shower. Sitting on my bed, I felt relieved that I was somewhere warm, safe, comfortable and homely, where I could stay a few nights without having to worry about the rain, the cold, visiting animals, the danger of others on the streets, the lack of food and toilet facilities. I was finally able to relax and close my eyes knowing that I would not have to open them until the morning. 

That night I actually went home to my own bed in order to leave the bed at Jimmy’s for someone in need. It was hard falling asleep, not because I was uncomfortable or frightened, but because I was thinking of those who were having to sleep in a location that was not their own home. I urge you to consider what it would be like being homeless. I encourage you to reconsider what homelessness is and who the homeless are. I hope that many of you will want to help and can donate sleeping bags, blankets, clothes, food, and / or money, to your nearest homeless shelter. With winter approaching, they will be truly grateful for your generosity.

Thank you on their behalf.

Carina x 

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2016 National Final Judges

 
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The final for Miss England 2016 will be held on the 20th-21st July at the Southport Theatre and Covention Centre Floral Hall.

 The winner will represent the nation in Miss World Final with a chance to win $100,000.

Miss England 2016: National Final Judges
 
Judges include; 
 
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Southport BID Manager

Andrew and the BID (Business Improvement District) board work closely with Southport Tourism to help provide an enhanced visitor experience.

 

 

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Dr Carina Tyrrell 

Dr Carina Tyrrell is a former Miss England and Miss UK, placed 4th at Miss World 2014, and a Beauty with a Purpose ambassador for the Miss World Organization with whom she travelled for humanitarian causes.  A Doctor and women’s rights advocate, Carina is passionate about global health, equality, and encouraging women and the youth to follow their dreams, collaborate, and become the leaders of tomorrow. 

 

 

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Jonathan Pass 

Jonathan Pass is the owner of the stunning Nottinghamshire venue Kelham Hall & Country Park.  Jonathan has plans to add a hotel health spa shops and restaurants and bars in the already beautiful venue.  Kelham Hall has been the chosen venue for the Miss England semi final for the past 3 years in the fabulous Dome, which hosts spectacular weddings & events throughout the year.

  
 
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Lisa Little 

Deputy General Manager

Ramada Plaza Hotel

Lisa is Deputy General Manager of the Host Hotel and sponsors for Miss England, The Ramada Plaza.  A face within the industry in Southport for 14 years Lisa has strong experience in the hospitality and customer service industry.  Lisa is passionate about hospitality and also the local community.

 

 

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Colin Laphan

Colin is CEO of the Pierre Rene Professional makeup company and the ADCreativ Hair & Makeup team. He is also founder of the National Make Up Awards which is in its 6th year. Colin began his creative journey in the 1990's working with such fashion luminaries as Alexander McQueen, House of Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana, Vivienne Westwood, Issey Myake and Julien Macdonald. With the ADCreativ team he has recently been involved in the annual productions of the NTA's, Inside Soap Awards, London Fashion Week, Miss England and Miss World.

 

 

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Dr. Stephen Dixon

Steven is a Sky News journalist and presenter.

Watched by millions across the world, he has covered many of the biggest stories of the last decade. As Type 1 Diabetic he works closely with Diabetes UK and JDRF UK and also alongside Muscular Dystrophy UK. He has also worked with Miss England 2008 Miss England 2015 as well as judging Miss Gibraltar 2011 and 2016, and he passionately believes in the self respect and self confidence these pageants can give young women.

He says "I'm thrilled to be involved in Miss England 2016 but it's going to very difficult to judge!"

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Halo Hair Extensions sponsors Miss England

Miss England is proud to announce the new

Hair Award sponsor for 2014

 

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Halo Hair Extensions is incredibly proud to announce it is the newest sponsor of the Miss England Awards. With a rich history since 1928, the Miss England ceremony has been a wonderful opportunity for young women to actively participate in charitable opportunities at a both a national and international scale.
 
 
Halo began its journey in the United Kingdom. Based in the heart of Yorkshire, Dee and John Russo set themselves a goal to develop a truly branded experience that offered affordable luxury for customers - both retail and salon.
 
 
We introduced “The Halo” - a revolutionary new design that offered hair extensions without clips, glue or tape. Using the patent pending adjustable miracle wire, the Halo has became a much loved accessory across the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.
 
In 2012 we won the “Best Instant Extensions” at the UK Hair Awards, and the “Best Colour Range” at the Your Hair Awards. In 2013, we won Best Instant Extensions again!
 
 
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Halo & Miss England 2014

 
 
Halo selected one lucky winner at the Miss England final held in June in Torquay
who was fast tracked through to the final 15 as the Halo Hair award winner
 
 
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Miss England trip to Mauritius

 
 
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A PHOTO DIARY TO REMEMBER THE BEAUTIFUL ISLAND OF MAURITIUS

Thank you to the MTPA for arranging the fantastic memorable trip 

Miss England Carina Tyrrell, cialis sale Amy Willerton, cialis Miss Leicestershire Holly Desai,

and Miss Lancashire Mary-kate McKay visited the beautiful Island of Mauritius

in September 2014. Here are some photos from the amazing trip 

 

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An amazing experience with Aquaventure with an undersea walk session to Longbeach

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Miss England enjoying the underwater experience!

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An underwater Indian Ocean hokey cokey!

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A trip to Grand Bassin considered the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius 

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Miss Lancashire - Mary-kate Mckay having her Red (blessed)

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Blessed Beauties! at the Grand Bassin

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Holly & Mary-kate exploring the Grand Bassin

 

 

 Visit to La Rhumerie 

 Situated in the vicinity of the "Coloured Earths of Chamarel", one of Mauritius' most popular tourist attractions and the place to visit while in Mauritius, the road leading to the Rhumerie is lined with vast plantations of sugar cane growing side by side with pineapples and other tropical fruits.

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Mary-kate & Holly visit La Rhumerie 

 

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Holly & Mary-kate tasting the traditional Mauritian Rum

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A fine selection of Mauritian Rum

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Time for team England to meet again at the 

Vallee des Couleurs

An amazing adventure park with the main attraction being the fascinating 23-coloured earth whose origin dates back to millions of years following the eruption of the Bassin Blanc volcano - its ashes, which bear witness to that event, are unique in the world!

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 All the girls meet again 

L-R   Carina Tyrrell   Holly Desai   Mary-Kate   Amy Willerton

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Ready for action Amy Willerton and Mary-Kate

 

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Miss England on the zipwire at Vallee des Couleurs

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 Miss Leicestershire - Holly on the zipwire 

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Miss Lancashire - Mary-Kate on the zipwire 

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The girls feeling their inner peace!

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Miss England goes for a drive through the Vallee des Couleurs 

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A special moment for Miss England as she plants an Ebony tree in Mauritius

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This Ebony Tree was planted by Carina Tyrrell Miss England 2014 in Mauritius

 

 

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These are evergreen plants that are erect and can reach up to 20m. PipOl Capture — in Mauritius.

 

 

Mauritius Diary - Day 4

A visit to Adamas - Diamonds are forever! 

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Adamas is a jewellery haven located on the tropical island of Mauritius a 'gem' in the Indian Ocean.

Adamas has an intricate and special history spanning two continents, nearly two centuries and many generations of a family devoted to the beauty and magic of diamonds

 

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Holly and Mary-kate at Adamas Jewellers

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Mary-kate admiring the jewells

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Holly admiring the pearl range

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Mary-kate propose's to Holly

 

 Behind the scenes - Adamas photo shoot

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Mary-kate having her make-up applied

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Mary-kate looking beautiful!

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 Amy Willerton - behind the scenes

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Carina Tyrrell - behind the scenes

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Holly Desai - behind the scenes

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Holly looking stunning! 

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Carina Tyrrell - Miss England on set striking a pose

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Mauritius Diary - Day 5

Photo shoot on Long Beach Mauritius

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2745407/Amy-Willerton-works-curves-cleavage-heavy-white-bikini-girlie-getaway-Mauritius.html 

photo's by Alan Strutt

 

Mauritius Diary - Day 6

LUNCH WITH MTPA MAURITIUS MINISTERS AT PORT LOUIS

 

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Carina thanking Mauritius for a fantastic holiday! at La Pirogue

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Big thank you to Clive Vacher from La Pirogue for their kind hospitality  

MISS ENGLAND'S VISIT TO GEORGE CHARLES FOUNDATION 

 The Georges Charles foundation in Pointe aux Sables.

The centre takes care of sixty handicapped children aged between 6 and 30.

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Miss England with many of the children at the George Charles Foundation

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Happy memories for many of the Mauritian children

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Doctor Carina giving a Nurse's set to this little girl, complete with stethascope 

 

 

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 Mary-kate meeting the children at the George Charles Foundation

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Carina meeting some of the teachers at the George Charles Foundation

 

A trip to Jeetoo Hospital

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Carina chatting to one of the doctors at Jeetoo Hospital

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 Carina having a look around Jeetoo Hospital and meeting more of the staff

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Carina intrigued with the hospital equipment          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Mr England Jordan Williams, Miss England Kirsty Heslewood
and Miss Beach Beauty Charlotte Machin visited the beautiful island of Mauritius in
October 2013
 
 
Check out what they got up to in the video and diary bellow!

 

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MISS ENGLAND MOVIE by Hysteria Films
 
 
  

Mauritius Diary - Day one

After settling in to the Ambre Hotel , everyone went for a lovely welcome meal on the beach !

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Here are Jordan and Kirsty pictured on Ambre Hotels beach just a few hours after landing in Mauritius.

  

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The lovely table set up on the beach

 

Mauritius Diary - Day two

Kirsty and Jordan spent the day relaxing at the Ambre hotels spa

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After the spa treatments Jordan, Kirsty and Charlie went to play beach volley ball with the local guests. Can you spot where they are in the picture?

 

 

Mauritius Diary - Day three

The team visited Hotel Le Tousserouk to play golf. They were taken via boat onto a remote island where they also did some parasailing!

 

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That night Kirsty, Jordan and Charlotte performed a traditional saga dance which was choreographed by the head entertainer at the hotel, Desiree

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Mauritius Diary - Day four

Kirsty , Jordan, Charlotte and the team had lunch at Le Chateau Labourdonnais. A mansion that belonged to a very wealthy family in Mauritius in the 1800's.

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They later went to the watch the horse racing. The biggest racing event of the year is the " Champ De Mars" in Mauritius where Kirsty presented a trophy to one of the winners...

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Mauritius Diary - Day five

The team visited Ile aux Aigrettes, a secluded island which is a sanctuary for different animals such as tortoises, fruit bats, different species of birds and the nearly extinct pink pigeon. The staff aim to look after the animals until they are free to be set into the wild.

The island was once home to the famously extinct Dodo which is why the Dodo is a symbol of Mauritius as it was last seen there before it's extinction.

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Here are Jordan and Kirsty with their mums Viv and Kerry !

 

There is one special guest on the island that they met. A 90 year old, 200kg  tortoise called Big Daddy!

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The team then made their way over to Domaine de l'Etoile to do some horse riding and quad biking.

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Pictured here is Kirsty on the 20 year old horse Flash.

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Mauritius Diary - Day six

The team had a relatively relaxing day at the Long Beach hotels spa. Here are our three winners pictured with the spa staff. Thank you to the wonderful spa for the treatments !

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Mauritius Diary - Day seven

Kirsty, Jordan and Charlotte visited the famous glass gallery in Mauritius and made their own glass hands to go in the 'Hall of Fame' which is also featuring the hands of Alicia Dixon, Jacqueline Wilson and Richard Branson !

Here are there hand prints  below

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Mauritius Diary - Day eight

Today was the most important of all.

Kirsty, Jordan, Charlotte and the team made their way to Saint Louis to the MTPA HQ for a press call. It was great to see the team in Mauritius  behind the trip and being able to thank them all for letting us have the opportunity to visit such a beautiful place.

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Then they all went to visit a childrens charity home -with Cader Hossenally- The Mauritian Disability Link not far from Port Louis.

This was an emotional but enjoyable trip for everyone .

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Mauritius Diary - Day nine

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The team had a relaxing day on the beach before packing and going back home to the UK.

We would like to thank everybody who made this trip possible, all of the staff at both hotels catered to our every need and treated us like gods ! We cannot wait to go back as soon as we can to the beautiful  island of Mauritius !

The team stayed in Mauritus at (click for details of hotel)  ; Ambre Hotel Long Beach

 

 

Miss England 2012 - Charlotte Holmes visits Mauritius!

http://www.missengland.info/website-news/301-miss-england-charlotte-holmes-visit-to-mauritius

 

Miss England 2011 - Alize Mounter visits Mauritius!

http://www.missengland.info/website-news/292-miss-england-alize-lily-mounter-in-mauritius

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

   

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