Miss England Final 16-17 May:
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Header image by  @Greyfelena_
provided by The Firework firm  & flowers by @artflowerdesignuk 
Milla’s red dress @simplydivine 
A Curvy lifeguard from Cornwall Milla Magee was crowned Miss England by the outgoing queen Jessica Gagen (aerospace engineer)  in a glittering ceremony at the Grand Station Wolverhampton.
The venue hosted 40 finalists for a two day event after the culmination of months of competition involving various qualifying rounds such as  fundraising for Balls Against Cancer a local Wolverhampton charity , sports , ethical fashion & promoting Watermans Hair who chose Milla as their best influencer before she was crowned Miss England.
Between the 40 finalists ,over £42k was raised  split between
3 Miss England nominated charities  with the top fundraiser Charlotte Grant raising over £7,020 for BALLS TO CANCER 

Milla with a magnificent bouquet of flowers from @artflowerdesignuk Image @bamboophotolab red dress Simply Divine


“Winning Miss England is the Biggest honour of my life. I truly believe in the competition and everything it stands for to inspire young girls and women to be better versions of themselves. Miss England teaches the contestants  to represent their communities as part of the process.

I have learnt so much along my Miss England journey already, without it I would never have been able to start my Beauty with a Purpose  project GOFARWITHCPR
My  project is aimed at getting CPR and First Aid compulsory into the school curriculum. To EDUCATE our future generation and equip them with the skills to help SAVE LIVES.

I will be working hard to make my dream of bringing CPR and first aid training into our school curriculum up and down the country, this skill should be taught to everyone growing up, wherever you live, as the skills to save a life are universal.

Milla wins the Miss England title sponsored by Watermans Hair photo by @bamboophotolab

I am so proud to join forces by volunteering with our local St John’s Ambulance, as well as talk with my local MP to get ministers talking about a way forward.
I want to say Thank you to his Royal Highness ‘Prince William’ who I had the pleasure of meeting last week for supporting my ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ project GOFARWITHCPR and understanding the importance of CPR training, to leave a positive legacy for our future generations.
I hope I can make a difference! “
First runner up was Charlotte Grant Miss Liverpool .
Second runner up was Melissa Butcher from Lancaster.
On the night , a large panel of judges including Matt & Gail Waterman owners of Watermans Hair , Celebrity photographer Dar Bardot, Celebrity photographer  Alan Strut,  Scott Henshall & Eric Way of Henshall Way,  agreed Milla should win the title and the chance to represent England in the 72nd Miss World final.

Gail Waterman with Milla Magee the new Miss England-  Fireworks by @thefireworksfirm flowers @artflowerdesignuk photo @bamboophotolab