Constance Iloghue was born in Lewisham, London and is a Former pupil of St Stephen’s Primary in Deptford and St Ursula’s Convent, Blackheath…
She now works as a Family Support Worker and Contact Supervisor, supervising contact between parents and foster children, and writing reports that contribute to the courts decision on the welfare of the child. ” My platform is to help children and adults with complex needs and eventually create my own charity based on supporting these people, both in the UK and in developing countries”
Constance is proud of her Nigerian hertitage . Both her parents where born there. “I see myself as a Champion of diversity, and my win would be a “celebration of British women from different ethnic backgrounds” she said after winning the Miss England Virtual semi final Eco Fashion round …
Constance created her Wear it Green themed eco dress made from a tablecloth and
Christmas tree !
Watch how Constance created her winning outfit in the Miss England Virtual Semi Final here
CONSTANCE WON THE ECO AWARD AFTERING MAKING 1400 TREE PLEDGES AT 50P A TREE !
Kelly Levell, founder of We Do Ethical is delighted to welcome Constance as a brand ambassador and commented:
“Constance has made a significant difference in helping us to end global warming through collecting 1400 tree planting pledges. Her eco outfit was made from 100% recycled green items that she found around her home during lockdown. This placed her in the top 10 for the semi finalists eco award.”
You can join the Miss England finalists pledge to plant trees to save our planet by becoming carbon neutral today, just visit the Crowdfunder:
Constance also impressed the judges after raising over £1,300 for the Miss World Beauty With A Purpose charity –
“I am also studying BSc Social Sciences at University College London, where I was the elected course representative 2019/20 and I am a student ambassador, aswell as a member of a few societies. I volunteer for the Igbo Cultural Support Network as the welfare officer and I had started to organise a Youth Development weekend, centred around stimulating team-building activities and personal development when lockdown intervened.”