More than just a pretty face

Along with taking part in the traditional Catwalk Style Contest, Miss England contestants who reach the final are encouraged to:

  • Raise funds & awareness for Beauty with a Purpose
  • Arrange sponsored gifts to donate to charity
  • Take part in a creative ECO fashion round
  • Compete in a sports round
  • Complete a general knowledge quiz
  • Take part in a beach beauty shoot
  • Submit a short video for the talent round

Miss England celebrates the achievements of women and we are looking for a positive role model to inspire others. Miss England is so much more than a beauty contest.

Scroll down to see some of the different rounds in the contest.


Miss England is keen to promote the importance of staying fit and healthy. At the Semi & National Final, contestants are invited to take part in a Sports Round to find the fittest girl in the Contest.

You can see a video here of the type of fitness you can expect, should you make it through, so you better get fitness training.

The 2017 Sportswoman title was won by Jen Atkin from Ulceby – Jen inspired thousands of women in 2017 by losing 8 stone in weight and getting fit!  Her story was shown in the Daily Mail & The Sun.

Eco Round

In 2007, the Miss England National Director, Angie Beasley invented the Miss England ECO Round.  In this qualifier, contestants are invited to source an outfit made from recycled materials & make the outfit look stylish on the catwalk. Often the girls purchase clothing  from charity shops or gather recycled materials to come up with some wacky and wonderful creations!

Click here to see some of the outfits: Stephanie Hill went on to win Miss England after being voted as Miss Eco in the final of Miss England. Watch her Eco video here and find out how she created her outfit!