Miss World – England 2014 

We are proud that Miss England Carina Tyrrell’s ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ project reached the Top 10 in the Beauty with a Purpose round in Miss World . Watch here to see her presentation

Miss World – What is Beauty with a Purpose 

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Miss World – Watch the incredible talented Toni Anne Singh from Jamaica win Miss World 
When Doctor Bhasha Mukherjee was crowned Miss England she decided she wanted to support Diabetes UK after revealing her father suffered & nearly lost his sight from the condition.
Diabetes then invited Bhasha to be an ambassador for the charity and appeared on one of their campaigns.
After raising over £1100 for Miss World Beauty with a Purpose & The Chronicl Sunshine fund , Bhasha then chose her own project to support Diabetes

In between shifts working as a, doctor at the Pilgrim Hospital in Boston Bhasha decided to travel to schools, community centres and temples educating youngsters and families about the importances of eating healthy.

Bhasha has become an ambassador for Diabetes UK and believes Prevention is Better than cure

See Bhasha’s entry to the Beauty with a Purpose round in Miss World here ;

To find out more about Bhasha’s chairty work please click here

The 2020/21 finalists raise over £40,000 between 34 finalists –

Click to meet the Top 14 fundraisers Amazing work during a pandemic !





Meet “Beauty With A Purpose” a Horse !

When ladies enter the Miss England Contest, we encourage all contestants to raise funds & awareness for Beauty with a Purpose, the Miss World charity, founded by Miss World Chairwoman & CEO, Julia Morley.

A fundraising contest is often held at regional heats, sometimes involving local charities. Using the Beauty with a Purpose slogan, a top fundraiser is recognised at her heat for her dedication to charity work & named ‘Miss Charity’. Collectively the funds raised enough money to buy a horse for a disabled riding school in Derbyshire !

Milly Everatt Miss Lincolnshire raised over £5,657.50 (with gift aid) for the charity by Sky Diving , bag packing in local supermarkets and bake sales and holding a Disney themed party where Milly dressed up as the Sleeping Beauty . Miss England 2017 Stephanie Hill,  a keen equestrian introduced the Miss England contest organiser to the Mid Derbyshire Riding school who were in need of a horse !

Miss England Director  Angie Beasley said “ Its fantastic to see funds raised by Miss England contestants being used in such a positive way, thank you to all those who made this happen” .

Here is a link to their website: https://midderbyshirerda.wordpress.com/

In the national final of Miss England, the contestants are given the task of raising funds and awareness once again. The top fundraiser is then named ‘Miss Charity’ & fast tracked through to the final 20 from all 50 finalists. If ‘Miss Charity’ does not win the national ‘Miss England’ title,  she is invited along to a special fundraising presentation, highlighting the incredible work carried out by the Charity.

Over £1billion has been raised across the World by Miss World Beauty with a Purpose for disadvantaged children and youngsters which is quite remarkable. The founder of ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ Julia Morley, was awarded a Variety Humanitarian Award for her incredible work in 2016 and continues to fund amazing causes around the world every year.  Miss World becomes a Global Charity Ambassador for the cause to highlight the amazing work the charity does.

The Finalists were encourage to raise funds and awareness for the Sunshine fund based in the North East which helps Disabled children.
Miss World Vanessa ponce De Leon from Mexico attended the event and presented a cheque to the Sunshine fund as the Beauty with a Purpose Ambassador.
Pratistha Raut was the top fundraiser in the Miss England final  raising a staggering £9,999 for the charity & Beauty with a, Purpose.

Here are some of the projects that the Miss England competition has funded

Miss England Final held at Resorts World gives back to Birmingham

L-R: LoveBrum Co-Founder ;  Tim Andrews, LoveBrum Chairman with members of the Villa Rockets , Angie Beasley & Stephanie Hill & Trustee, PJ Ellis at LoveBrum’s annual Christmas party, Miss England presented funds raised by Miss England contestants to TWO  two local projects.Villa Rockets, an independent football club were given £4,000 to purchase a brand-new wheelchair .

Also supported was DMS Heart of England Music School, showcased in September’s ‘education’ round.  The independent music school was founded 30 years ago, aiming to extend and outreach musical education to children and families, that may not otherwise have funding or access to music lessons in their curriculum.  With the £2,000 donation provided by Miss England contestants, they have now purchased and supplied eight new keyboards to underfunded and disadvantaged schools in the surrounding local area. pictured is Leigh Perry, DMS Heart of England Music School Principle and Trustee with Tim Andrews and Miss England Stephanie Hill 

Clive Morley, Villa Rockets Team Manager: “Thank you so much for this donation. It is truly amazing!  We’re actually meeting up with the Aston Villa Foundation later who publicise a lot of what we get up to, so we’ll try and get them to circulate the news about our new chair and who helped us get it.  Once again thank you for your generous donation. It is greatly appreciated.” 

Tim Andrews pictured with Stephanie Hill said “On behalf of LoveBrum, we’d like to say a huge thank you to the wonderful team at Miss England and Beauty with a Purpose Foundation for providing the additional platform to support our projects that may not otherwise have received LoveBrum funding in 2017.  Each donation will go such a long way to supporting children in the Birmingham area.”


Shirpur Water Project – India with Miss England & Miss UK winner Carina Tyrrell & Miss World Rolene Strauss

Carina Tyrell Miss England 2014 & Rolene Strauss visited various Beauty with a Purpose projects around the world.

Carina was the highest scoring UK contestant in Miss World 2014 placing 3rd runner up. Like Rolene ,Carina was a student doctor at the time

The pair received a warm welcome to Mumbai and Shirpur India as Beauty with a Purpose funded a water conservation project.

Julia Morley CEO of Miss World visited the water project with Miss World and Miss England/UK to see the difference that Beauty with a Purpose has made.

Miss England 2014 Carina Tyrell highlights homelessness across the country

Doctor Carina Tyrell  from Cambridge who won Miss England 2014 highlighted homelessness in Cambridge by sleeping on the streets of Cambridge

Carina appeared on the front page of the Cambridge News and several national newspapers after braving the cold outside for a whole night !

A much needed breakfast was then provided by Wintercomfort for highlighting the issue

Read the story in the Daily Mail here

Coram, Britain’s oldest charity receives £50,000 from funds raised by Miss England contestants!

£50,000 was presented to Coram in 2014 from funds raised by Miss England contestants! Coram is Englands oldest charity which helps homeless people and families get through tough times along with children who have traumatic events occur their lives.  www.coram.org.uk/news/coram-receives-heartfelt-pledge-miss-england

Shivam’s Wheelchair Appeal

Elizabeth Grant Miss England 2016 meets Shivam from Leicester at the wheelchair distributor  in Loughborough .

Video footage available

Elizabeth presented £7,500 to Shivams Wheelchair appeal on behalf of the Miss England 2017 semi final contestants

Here’s Shivam with his brand new wheelchair .

The Miss England competition & boxer Anthony Joshua  helped Shivam raise enough funds to buy a new wheelchair

Shivam Nathwani Desperately need a new Specialised Wheelchair – His brother Pritesh put out an appeal to raise funds in Leicester.

The Miss England Semi finalists funded this Campaign with a Remarkable £7500!

To see the press article click here 

The Miss England competition has raised over £500k for Variety (The Childrens Charity) over the last 10 years

A Variety Heart was awarded to the Miss England competition for the outstanding fundraising done by the contestants at a Variety Christmas event in London . Over £500k has been raised for Variety Childrens charity by Miss England contestants over the last few years which has enabled the charity to buy specially adapted wheelchairs and mini buses for disabled youngsters

Kirsty Heslewood, Miss England 2013 was awarded Freeman of the City of London for her incredible charity efforts.  She continues to support many great causes & is a hardworking Charity Ambassador. This is one of many coaches presented by Miss England winners around the country

Over the last 8 years Miss England & Miss World have continued their support for Brent Knoll school in Lewisham South London .

Kirsty ran the London Marathon 2014 for Variety Children’s Charity

Kirsty at Guild Hall London with Brother Jack – Mr Hertfordshire 2017 + Mr England Deputy & Sister Karina – Heat Organiser/Choreographer

Specially adapted mini bus and sensory equipment for Brent School in Lewisham with funds raised by Miss England Contestants

Miss England 2012 , Miss World and the top Fundraiser of the year Kitty Williams present a minibus to Brent Knoll School

Julia Morley meets the top fund raiser of 2016 Miss Worcestershire Laura Beth Morgan who raised over £10k for Beauty with a Purpose which funded

Julia Morley CEO Miss World , Angie Beasley Miss England Director along with Miss World & Miss England in 2012 to present the school with a specially adapted minibus for the children to use.

Over the last 8 years Miss England & Miss World have continued their support for Brent Knoll school in Lewisham South London .

In 2012, a mini bus was presented to the school from funds raised by Miss England contestants 

Watch the video of the presentation here.

Miss England contestants fund a holiday home at Finlake Holiday Park for disadvantaged children and families

The Torbay Holiday Helpers Network took possession of a fabulous luxury caravan in the delightful Finlake Holiday Park on Friday 8th August after it was donated by the Miss England charity “Beauty with a Purpose” which was set up by Miss World organiser, Julia Morley. Each year the Miss England competition supports this charity and money raised during the finals of the competition is then donated to a cause within the competition host area.

Those present at this celebratory event also included Julien Parrott, Chairman of Torbay Council, Simon Wills from Babbacombe Model Village who has generously donated £500 to help kit out the caravan for the imminently arriving families.

Miss England 2013 Kirsty Heslewood and the team from Miss World and the Miss England Director attended the presentation of the Memory Maker Holiday Home which is now used every year by the charity .

Memory Maker Holiday Home Donated in 2013 to Torbay Holiday Helpers Network. Helping families with seriously ill children.The event was also attended by Kris German from Harris Leisure Pools who very kindly provided a fabulous hot tub at cost price for the caravan and is providing chemicals free of charge. After the opening ceremony everyone was given a tour of the caravan

Landmarks Specialist College receives £26k for a new sensory room

Landmarks benefited from funds raised by Miss England contestants through Beauty with a Purpose with a Sensory room. The students love the tranquil surroundings and relaxing area in the college

Stephanie Hill was invited to proudly open the sensory room which cost £26,000

Stephanie is now an ambassador for the college and was invited to open the christmas fayre in 2017

Natasha Hemmings supports various causes during the Miss England 2015 reign

Natasha Hemmings Miss England 2015 meets Buzz Aldrin

Natasha sings with Miss World from China at the Julia Morley humanitarian awards

Natasha Hemmings Miss England 2015 pictured with members of Salvation Army giving out Poppies

Natasha supported breast cancer research during her reign along with other charities

The charity provides vital cancer research facilities and clinical trials at the Leicester Royal Infirmary.

During 2018 , Miss England contestants in the east Midlands region raised over £7,800 By  doing raffles and fundraising at Miss England themed events .

“Stephanie Smith” a contestant in the Northamptonshire heat of Miss England 2018 who sadly lost her father to Cancer presents a cheque with Joshua Beasley (19) who works in the Miss England office who also lost his father to Leukemia in 2016 at the Sanctuary Workshops in Leicester .

Megan Elliot, Miss Leicestershire 2016 said “There are so many people who’s lives have been affected by Cancer and I’m proud to be at this presentation as its also affected my family.

Angie Beasley (Director Of Miss England with Richard Clark from Hope Against Cancer