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Could you become a role model for others to look up to?

by Danielle Thompson (May 2020)

COULD you become a role model for others to look up to?

You can enter the Miss Liverpool City Region Heat of Miss England Contest online now!

This year, due to the coronavirus situation, many role models, like Miss England 2019, Bhasha Mukheriee, have turned to inspirational work. She has swapped her pageant crown for her scrubs as she returns to work as an NHS doctor during the crisis, while former Miss Southport, from 2016, Chloe Brown, is now working as a student nurse on the wards.

You don’t have to be a nurse or a doctor to take part in Miss England, but someone who wants to do good within the community and be a role model to others.

The lockdown has leaded to huge changes in the way the Miss England and Miss World Contest will be run. Many of the Miss England Heats, around the country, have had to be cancelled, due to the lockdown and social distancing, but not Miss Liverpool City Region, as it will now be held online for the first time.

The Miss Liverpool City Region contest was due to be held as an event this month, but as it has been moved you can still enter, if you want to take part. The closing date is May 14.

Miss Liverpool City Region is a local heat of the Official Miss England Contest and is open to those aged over-16 and under-26, on December 30, 2020.

Should you enter this heat, you need to send three videos, which will be uploaded to the Miss England You Tube Channel, as follows:

1. An introduction video to introduce yourself, lasting less than 1 min, giving your name and age plus something interesting about yourself or your occupation, your hobby and your dreams for future.

2. A catwalk video, to see how you walk, do your best, indoors or outdoors, but remember do not to break lockdown rules.

3. A talent video (1 min) – This does not have to be singing or dancing it can be anything including art, drama, cake making, dressmaking, poetry, gymnastics, playing an instrument, magic trick etc.

To enter you must work, study or live within the Liverpool City Region, providing you meet the rules of the contest, which can be located on the official www.missengland.info  website and later this week on the titles official website www.Miss-Liverpool-City-Region.com For more information email [email protected]