Mr England Winner

Mr England Winner



Mr England 2017


Jack Eyers

Jack, Mr Dorset  2017 is now Mr England 2017


winning the title at Resorts World Birmingham in The Vox Conference Centre

on the 14th July 2017

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Read Jack's Story here in The Telegraph, The Metro and The Independent

and see Jack's interview with the BBC Sunday Morning Live

Check out Jack's First interview as Mr England with Stephanie Hill Miss England 2017

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Mr & Miss England 2017, Jack Eyers & Stephanie Hill


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(L-R) Zachary Oldershaw - Mr Nottingham and 2nd Runner up, Mr England 2017 - Jack Eyers, Jack Heslewood - Mr Hertfordshire and 1st Runner up.


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Jack Eyers - Mr Dorset 2017

Photo credit - Dan Collins, Third Avenue Photography


On Friday 14th July 2017 Jack Eyers became the first Amputee to win the title “Mr England” .

Jack will be representing England on the international stage in 2018 and we are now looking for companies to support his bid to become the next Mr World .

We are looking for financial sponsors for endorsing products,  gym , male grooming and sports sponsors for Jack .  Already Envoy London are making Jack a bespoke wardrobe to compete in the Mr World final with and have invited him to the Hameedia Mansion in Columbo Sri Lanka to choose his wardrobe in the autumn of 2017.

Already the BBC are looking at following his journey in 2018 with a special documentary about his bid to be the next Mr World


Jacks Bio in his own words

My Mr England journey began in 2016 when I was at the NEC clothes show representing Models of Diversity giving a motivational talk and Q&A with Caryn Franklin about body confidence. Moments after this I was approached by two Miss England talent spotters saying they are looking for the next Mr England and I should apply... at the time I didn’t think anything of it, little did I know where it would lead a year down the line…..



About me: when I was 16, I had elective surgery to amputate my leg above the knee, because of a condition I have had since birth. Before my amputation, I considered myself as disabled and restricted by my condition. However, since my amputation, my so-called ‘disability’ has actually opened many doors and I proudly take every opportunity that comes my way to prove that my loss of limb does not hold me back in any way. The path to recovery was hard and painful, but I could never have imagined the world of new possibilities that lay ahead; I now live life to the full.


Throughout my childhood and teenage years I struggled with confidence and feeling different. Growing up I didn't have role model or anyone to aspire to that looked like me, I want to change this for the young people living with a disability today. Now I have learnt to embrace my disability and accept it as part of me.


Over the last 10 years I have built a large following on social media, where I have become an inspiration and role model for other amputees and less-abled people across the world. Some of my media successes to date include making a fitness YouTube video that went viral with more than a quarter of a million views, being the first amputee to take to the catwalk for New York’s fashion week, featuring on UK Ninja Warrior breaking barriers and changing the perception of ‘disability’, and I was featured on Men’s Health as a cover model.


I have worked in the fitness industry for the last 7 years; working alongside clients (both able-bodied and less-so) inspiring and encouraging them to reach their personal goals. I have a theory that when you have an amputation (or any life-changing operation) you are reborn. Like I child, you need to start from scratch; learning how to walk, climb and balance. The best way to practice this and develop your motor skills is through challenging your perceived ‘comfort zone’ using exercise and sport.


Now as Mr England I plan to take my career to a new level, by combining my personal training skills with my passion for adventure, sport and fitness. I have an ambition to set-up ‘embrace the challenge rehab workshops’ that focus on opportunities to learn from and connect with others by taking part in physical challenges and being inspired to change negative mind-sets. Over the past 10 years I have been on a journey of self-discovery, I have put myself out there time and time again and learnt to take risks and push myself; ‘embrace the challenge rehab workshops’ would be my opportunity to develop a package and programmes for people to follow and support them on their own personal discovery journey.






 Thank you to Mrs Bow Tie who have kindly given all the Mr England finalists an England Bow tie for the Final.


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 Jack was sponsored by Revo at the Miss and Mr England 2017 Final.

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The winner of Mr England will recieve the following prizes:

A chance to represent England in Mr World 2018




A trip to Sri Lanka to choose the clothing from the Envoy Mansion and

A wardrobe of clothing from Envoy London

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A professional photoshoot and portfolio from Third Avenue Photography

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A 5 day TV presenters course with TV training 




The Top 3 will recieve

A chocolate gift from Lindt 




ALL Finalists will recieve

A bow tie from Mrs Bow Tie




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