Miss England Finals
Social Care Student
Alex is a social work student who advocates against domestic abuse following her pledge to help others overcome the debilitating experience that she has suffered in the past. The ‘green’ challenges to plant trees that she has taken part in so far includes the green slime bath plunge, only eating green foods for 24hrs and a 5k run across her local nature reserve. She is a strong minded and caring individual who will never give up.
Student at AUB studying Fashion Design
I have had the pleasure of being Miss Dorset for a year already, during which time I raised £9486 for charity. Last year I went travelling in Bali where I completed my open water diving license which then allowed me to do a dive clean. I also cleaned any littered beaches I came across which I have continued doing in England. I am an Officer Cadet at Southampton UOTC which has improved my leadership skills and allowed me to challenge and develop myself whilst at university. I am also going to Uganda next year to help build a playground for a local school to allow children to play which helps with their cognitive development.
Miss Birmingham 2020
I’ve always had a passion for the arts, drama and theatre, especially musicals like Legally Blonde - I’m basically Elle Woods, just not blonde and I don’t go to Harvard...yet. Raised £623 for Beauty with a Purpose .
The welfare of my community matters to me: I was the elected Chair of Reading's Youth Cabinet, and lead our campaigns on mental & sexual health awareness and opening up entrepreneurship opportunities for young people in Reading. I take pride in contributing to the NHS which offers healthcare free at the point of delivery. I believe in the universal right to free healthcare, and so organised and lead a 7-day healthcare camp in Maubin, Myanmar: we aimed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in this population.
Miss Liverpool Popularity
Gym & beauty salon owner
My biggest passion is to help women of all ages fall in love with themselves. I strongly believe you should love your body any shape and size. I have competed in the IFBB bikini competition in Holland placing in the final, before doing my competition I was a size 16 and over. I believe you can achieve anything you set your mind too. I am CEO of an exclusive ladies only Gym and also own a Beauty Salon both are called I AM WOMAN. My gym is continuing to help a whole range of different charity’s raise money for amazing causes. From a young age I have went to theatre school for dancing, acting and singing.
Miss North West Charity Queen
Photographer/business-owner. Owner of Stretton Studios and online charity shop Eleanor's Box
I am an ambassador for the charity NRAS, I own a Local Heroes Award for Young Achiever of the Year and I raised £9,000 during the Miss Cheshire heats
Elizabeth raised over £200 for the National Autistic Society earlier in the year with an acoustic gig . An interesting fact about Elizabeth is that she served as an elected member of the UK Youth Parliament at age 16 and has continued her youth advocacy throughout University.
Student & Part Time Model
I have travelled across the world to many different countries including China, India, Malawi, Sri Lanka and The Bahamas doing charity work with different teams, and have managed to raise over £10,000. I am a fashion design student and a part time model and have recently started my own swimwear line whilst studying at university.
Field Sales rep
I had been let go from 2 jobs in a row, just as I had moved into my new flat. I had no confidence in jobs, or in myself and now I work for Coca Cola in Central London, speaking to amazing people from all over the world!
Salford University- TV and Radio Production
Alongside university I have 2 part time jobs. My first job is at Manchester United, waiting on in the directors room. I have to deal with high end clients which means I have to use my professionalism to serve their needs to a high standard. Also working in a team is a great transferable skill, as “teamwork makes the dream work”. I do really believe that a strong working team allows for so much for success. My second job is as a makeup model at Miki Makeup Academy. This job has given me so much more confidence and self worth as a young women. It has made me believe in myself me so much in and out of makeup. I feel empowered when I am working in such an amazing female team- Girl power!
Marketing Content & Campaign Manager for a Multi-Million Pound Leisure company. Have my own Business as a Personal Trainer at a female only boutique gym in Cheshire. Also Co-Founder of an online fitness brand, Better Together Fitness, where i run free live exercise classes for all the community.
I won Miss Beautiful Smile and Miss Eco Dress in the Miss Cheshire Final.
Works for Lush Beauty Retailer
Isabelle is a passionate vegan finalist who works for leading cruelty free beauty retailer Lush, at the Bournemouth international training store. She spends her weekends scuba diving and litter-picking at Bournemouth beach clean ups, to tackle plastic pollution in a bid to help save our marine life.
Miss Black Country 2020
Bachelor of Science Graduate & PE teacher
I was nominated and attended the BBC Sports Personality of The Year Award in 2020 alongside being awarded a 'COVID-19 Hero' status for her voluntary contribution to supporting non-profit organisations and less vulnerable throughout the pandemic.
Fashion Model & Aerospace Engineering student
I signed to my first modelling agency at 15, and have since worked throughout the UK, Europe and Middle East for brands including Grazia Magazine, MaxMara, Remington, M&S, ASDA, boohoo.com and Soap & Glory! I'm now also half way through my degree in Rocket Science, and hope to be able to use my platforms to advertise opportunities in STEM careers to young girls.
Miss London 2020
HR Systems Officer
Ive lost alot of weight in the last two years ! Visiting Vietnam has changed my life and view on the world as I met people out there and taught me loads of things- eye opener. Total Amount Raised for Beauty with a Purpose by April : £365.00
Student and business owner
I study a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree at Harvard University, I am looking to major in international relations. As well as this, I run my own eco swimwear company. L.A. Rush is an eco-lifestyle brand with purpose, bringing sustainable swimwear to women infatuated with the ocean. Our swimwear is crafted from regenerated nylon recovered from our oceans, and 10% of profits are donated to Healthy Seas, who are an ocean conservation charity. I love to be active and some of my interests include scuba diving, skiing and tennis.
As a Cyber Mentor to young students facing challenges such as online bullying, I had an incredible opportunity to feature on a BBC Panorama documentary on Cyber Bullying and raising awareness on the matter.
Miss South Kensington
Second Year Medical Student at Imperial College London.
I spent 10 years performing at a London theatre company that works with a range of people with all sorts of abilities and disabilities. I represented them at the Savoy Theatre in a gala performance. Working alongside so many fantastic disabled performers inspired my campaign to support the disabled community during the pandemic. In addition, going to one of the top 10 global universities that aims to benefit society through excellence in STEM, I am a huge advocate for girls pursuing STEM subjects and courses.
As well as being a model, I am also a dancer and actress. I was a Finalist and Golden Buzzer Act on Britain’s Got Talent. This incredible experience brought lots of other amazing opportunities such as appearing on the TV shows; This Morning, Good Morning Britain and CBBC, as well as being invited to Buckingham Palace to have afternoon tea with the Princess! Because of these experiences I gained a high social media following which I have tried to use in a positive way to inspire others. I was an ambassador in a ‘This Girl Can’ campaign encouraging young women in my local community to take up sport. I have performed at numerous charity events, including a sell out show in the Liverpool Empire Theatre where all the proceeds were donated to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. I was also fortunate enough to be hired as a catwalk model for the top designer Zeynep Kartal, which raised money for the Christie Hospital, a cancer charity. I recently achieved four A*s at A Level, one being in Maths. I therefore created a YouTube revision series in order to pass on my knowledge and support other young students.
Miss All African Colours
Health Technology Consultant
I’ve had a love and passion for the performing arts from a very young age. I attended drama school, where learnt contemporary dance, music and drama, throughout my childhood, and I’ve been a part of productions at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
Still in full time education, part time job as a dance teacher & aspiring engineer
Aspiring engineer Tia raised £220 for the Y Sponsor a House Campaign in Miss Leicestershire 2020 . Tia's own sister also won Miss Leicestershire 2017 and crowned her as the winner in her own backgarden during lockdown
Miss England is usually held annually to find the next representative to go forward to Miss World , the most famous beauty contest in the World ! The winner has been joining Miss Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland in the Miss World contest since 2000. Before then, only 1 winner , Miss UK would participate in Miss World .
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic , the Miss England contest final has been postponed four times ! The 2020/21 final is now scheduled to be held on Friday 27th August 2021.
Most of the finalists will be chosen virtually on the Miss England App . Organisers hope to have 40 – 45 contestants in the next national final .
The winner of Miss England will represent the nation in the 70th Miss World final due to be held in Puerto Rico Carribbean in December 2021 .
See more info about Miss World here www.missworld.com
The finalists will be raising funds for the Miss World Beauty with a Purpose charity which helps disadvantaged children across the world and to prepare for the various rounds in the Miss England contest !
The reigning Miss World is Toni Ann Singh .
Follow Miss World on Instagram @missworld
3 days ago
GET TO KNOW THE NEW MISS ENGLAND REHEMA MUTHAMI IN A SPECIAL Q & A on the MISS ENGLAND APP OUT NOW !
Q1. What made you enter Miss England?
“Miss England is my first ever pageant I have entered, so this is still very much a new space to be in! As a young girl the glitz and glam of beauty pageants fascinated me, but I’d never had the opportunity to enter the pageant space.
As an adult I began to start following the pageant space more and learning the sentiment of Miss World and the focus on philanthropy through Beauty With A Purpose. This peaked my interest as someone that believes in giving back and helping those that are less fortunate. So whilst going through a period of trying to “find myself” and also step out of my comfort zone, I thought that entering a pageant leading to Miss World would be the perfect thing to do.
So I applied to the Miss England contest with the aim of not only building myself, but also with the mission to use my personal experiences to help others and make a difference.”
Rehema was crowned Miss England 2021 on Friday 27th August 2021
Download the Miss England App for FREE from Google Play or the App store now and read Rehema’s answers on the Miss England App !
The Plastfree Eco Queen is Poppy Gerrard Miss Liverpool City Region !
1 week ago
The Plastfree Eco Queen Award was presented at the recent Miss England Grand final at the Heart of England Conference & Events Centre in Coventry .
Poppy Gerrard , the reigning Miss Liverpool City Region won the award with her incredible dress made from Chocolate box lids and sweet wrappers to highlight plastic waste .
“My Eco dress has been created in collaboration with the wonderful @doesliverpool @jackiesees @kassimaker
It was great to teach a Primary School Year 4 class who helped me with the sewing of my dress whilst learning about our planet and the Maths behind the dress design.
My dress has a geometric Maths theme (due to my love for the subject), and is completely made out of recycled plastic CHOCOLATE BOXES collected from the festive season and laser cut into shapes @qualitystreetuki @cadburyuk
The wings, which light up and have a Heroes Chocolate box edging, symbolise what we are trying to protect by living environmentally friendly – NATURE
Poppy will be showing off her winning outfit on the Plastfree Stand at the next Pharmacy show at the NEC on October 17th –
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To read the report on the Miss England Plastfree Eco Queen and see the top 12 Eco outfits at the event check out the Plastfree article on the Miss England App which is FREE to download where you can see the video of Poppy Creating the outfit !
Miss England Finalists raise over £40,000 for Beauty With A Purpose
3 weeks ago
One of the qualifying rounds in the Miss England final is the CHARITY fundraising round , where the Miss England finalists are given the task of raising awareness and funds for Beauty with a Purpose, a global charity owned by Miss World.
The top fundraiser for 20/21 is Alina Green , the current Miss Dorset who created a host of unique fundraising events and managed to raise a staggering £10,991 for the charity.
What is Beauty with a Purpose ?
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1st Place – Miss Charity is …
ALINA GREEN MISS DORSET
Alina reached the Top 10 shortlist in the Miss England Grand final
During lockdown and the pandemic , Alina organised a Virtual Dog show , swam with the sharks and created handmade facemasks and participated in lots more novel daring charity events!
Heres some of Alina’s images from her fundraising !
We asked Alina how she managed to do this ;
“I did a range of exciting fundraising activities to help me achieve the amount I have raised, it stared with making reusable masks from upcycled materials, and a lockdown virtual dog show to help cheer people up!
Then then I completed the fastest Zipline in the world, a shark dive where I swam with sharks and other marine life, and a wing walk which really got my adrenaline going! I have also done a charity raffle, lots of car boot sales selling my second hand items and furniture upcycling.”
Amazing effort in these difficult times .
Alina also won the Climate Queen award for making the most Tree Planting Pledges for
WeDoEthical.Org at the Miss England 2021 final.
INCREDIBLE FINALIST & A TRUE BEAUTY WITH A PURPOSE
Despite the pandemic, the Miss England contest carried on throughout lockdown, without any financial sponsors funding the event!
The Miss England contest became the first virtual contest of its kind to have its own app developed by Choicley which is FREE for anyone to download.
13 further finalists each received a star in the fundraising round which counted
towards a top 20 place in the final .
The top 3 will be nvited by the Miss England office to attend a special Beauty with a Purpose fundraising photoshoot and dinner very soon !
The top 14 fundraisers in the 2021 final are pictured in this article with details of how they raised the funds !
Well done to all the finalists who took part in this round.
2nd Top Fundraiser is
Miss North Yorkshire Charity Queen
Jennifer Carless raising £3255
Jennifer Carless ( pictured above) organised a charity fitness training day,
Miss England Sportsround style with NB Personal Training Ltd !
” Nikki ( pictured with Jennifer above) from NB Personal training trained me for the Miss England Sportsround” said Jennifer .
Amazing work Jennifer who was also recognised as the WASUP QUEEN at the Miss England final by Professor Gatrad for her incredible work supporting his World Against Single Use Plastic.
Miss North West Charity Queen
Eleanor Farr raising £2,675
Eleanor said ” I raised the money the same way I raised the £10,000 during the Miss Cheshire heats.
During lockdown, I worked incredibly hard creating an online charity shop called Eleanor’s Box. I went around my local villages collecting donations to sell for charity online and literally worked every day photographing the items to sell, building an online presence, packaging sold items and posting them. My charity shop slowed down a bit once lockdown lifted as I guess people weren’t online shopping quite as much.
So I held a cash raffle for BWAP and We Do Ethical which raised £180 to be split between the two charities.”
4th place Miss Tameside Alexandra Taylor raised £2570
Alex said “I have raised £2570 for Beauty With A Purpose charity. To raise the money I did a sponsored 30 mile bike ride, in hail and snow, with active rheumatoid arthritis, using a disabled friendly bike. This was the first time I had been on a bike in 10 years since my diagnosis.
I have also done weekly fancy dress Tours of Tameside, where I travelled round the 9 districts, rain or shine, in fancy dress with my charity bucket.
I have done charity football matches and car washes.
I have also done a lot of promotional deals with local businesses, offering them promotion in exchange for charity donations. I have done weekly raffles and live auctions, in collaboration with different companies, who have kindly donated prizes each week.
I have also been working in collaboration with Nationwide. They have aloud me to fundraise in store, with an independent from branch matching any donations received.
I have also raised £1400 for Women Aid with my talent round entry and £850 for One Women At A Time charity.
I also pledged 640 trees to We Do Ethical. “
5th place Miss Lewisham Constance Iloghalu raised £1,755
Constance works as a Family support worker but managed to do fundraising around her work. ..
“I raised funds through the 5K charity run that I did. Running 5K every day, I also did bake sales, and other sponsored challenges. I also received donations based on the volunteering work that I did, such as writing to elderly residents in care homes.”
6th Place Miss Cheshire Heather Gaulton £1617
“I ran charity Bootcamps every Wednesday in August where all the money raised went to BWAP.
I also ran a raffle to win group training session with myself and provided drinks and refreshments where I also spoke about Plastfree and gave everyone a package to take away to raise awareness.
I have recently set up a donation point at my gym where people can drop their old gym clothes, trainers, that they don’t use. I will be rehoming these to women and girls facing barriers to fitness. Helping women and young girls look after their physical and mental well-being whilst looking after the planet. “
7th Place Miss London Jessica Kang £1,599
“One of my fundraising projects was making these handmade scented candles and selling them for BWAP- I sold just over 40 candles!!!!”
Jessica won the Miss Asianna Award in the Miss England national final .
8th place Miss Ealing Rebecca Sinnarajah £1, 573.50
Rebecca said ” I have raised £1573.50 for Beauty With a Purpose charity. I did many bake sales, cycling/running around the park for a week to raise money. I also held a mini event where people can come and get their henna done. I’m so happy that I’m able to raise money for such a great cause.”
9th place is the new MISS ENGLAND Rehema Muthamia
representing Bedfordshire and Miss All African Colours who raised £1437
“I did a Bungee jump with UK Bungee Club at the O2 arena location. I was completely petrified and screamed the whole way down!
It was an amazing experience though.” Rehema is the winner of Miss England 2021 !
10th place Miss Lincolnshire Rebecca Jay Fearn £1435
To raise money for the BWAP as part of the Miss England final, I held a virtual clothes sale, selling clothes I no longer needed but were too good to be thrown away.
This idea for fundraising came to me when I was moving house and thinking about what i could do with all the clothes I no longer wanted. Not only did this offer an opportunity to raise funds for beauty with a purpose it also encouraged buying second hand clothes and discouraged the use of fast fashion.
I also used my own business and entrepreneur mind set help raise money for beauty with a purpose by donating 5% of each sale to this wonderful charity.
And hosted a virtual quiz night for my friends donating 100% of ticket sales to BWAP.
11th place Miss Birmingham Bella Hakim raised £1,373
Bella has been painting childrens faces to raise funds for Monster Mayhem childrens amusement centre , did a 5k run and a charity event at Bombay Pickles indian restaurant in Birmingham , all to raise funds for Beauty with a Purpose !
12th Place Miss Popularity Liverpool
Chelsea – Lea Stokes raised £1368
Chelsea- Lea said “. I raised my funds for BWAP by holding an ladies only charity event bringing 50 women together at the pioneer in Liverpool, all local acts together and local businesses giving prices for the raffle, we raised an amazing £1078 after paying for our venue and evening dinner. It was amazing seeing local acts come together to support an amazing charity which helps disadvantaged children. I then raised £235 from fitness classes and my family members.
Myself and my sister in law also raised £1340 for sky diving from 15’000ft for Zoes places who provide respite, palliative and end of life care for babies and infants aged 0-5 years with life limiting and life threatening conditions.
Myself and my gym members raised an £406 for the Walk all over cancer campaign, we walked 10,000 steps a day, with losing my school friend to cancer on Christmas Day and family members this was very close to my heart.
With my little brother losing his best friend at 17. I wanted to support children mental health, The Josh Hemming Foundation from one fitness bootcamp we raised £394 in 45 minutes”
13th place Miss Lancashire Jessica Gagen £1360
“To raise funds for Beauty with a Purpose I took upon the challenge of running 5k everyday, rain or shine around Liverpool in fancy dress. I did this for 8 weeks solid without a day off, starting on the 1st of July and ending on the 25th of August! My outfits included a pirate, dragon, cheerleader, cave woman, dinosaur, Where’s Wally and so much more! As a result I’m now known locally by the nickname Fancy Dress Jess, and adding to the 40 days I did in spring on the run up to Miss Lancashire, I’ll have done 96 days in total! I’ve ran the majority solo, and I let my Instagram followers choose my outfit the night before by creating a vote on my story, so I’m clueless as to what I’ll be running in until I’m about to go!”
14th place Miss Middlesex Keflyn Sachar £1276
Keflyn, won the Beauty with a Pupose award in 2020 , and the Asian Face of Miss England award in Miss England 2021 said
“Discovering my life purpose to serve others selflessly during my Miss England journey, ignited a fire in me to dedicate my time to give back to my community in unlimited ways, I completed over 20 charity projects in 2020 alone! Each month of 2020, I undertook a different humanitarian project and continued to raise funds throughout 2021, which I am so grateful for.
Being a Cyberbullying Mentor, I felt the need to implement the Mental Health Check-Up, providing free mentoring sessions open to everyone, spreading positivity and hope, offering support, advice and solutions and simply listening and being there for others in times of self-isolation. I also baked Miss England themed cupcakes at the peak of the epidemic and distributed them to our NHS Heroes. To offer support to the most vulnerable in our society, I personally done grocery shopping for the elderly and shielding patients and sanitised it thoroughly before delivering it to them. On World Kindness Day, I launched Campaign Amore to offer mindfulness sessions to those whom were affected due to the lockdown restrictions. I visited many local charities, foodbanks and homeless shelters to learn what they do, work with them in the future and donate food and clothing to them.
During October half-term, I teamed-up with a local restaurant to provide free schools meals for the whole week to students of my High School and served them first-hand, donating the rest to the homeless. During the week leading up to Christmas I volunteered to prepare 40,000 meals across 4 days and on Christmas Eve, I distributed Christmas presents and hot meals to the homeless and residents of Grenfell. My philanthropic work continued into 2021, I sold 100% organic cotton T-Shirts with inspirational quotes, inspired by organisations such as: PlastFree, WASUP and We Do Ethical.
I will cherish getting through the first ever Virtual Miss England Semi-Final and becoming a Miss England Finalist and now, winning The Miss England Beauty With A Purpose 2020 award in what’s been the toughest time for so many of us!”
Miss England Director Angie Beasley said ” This is incredible work by these inspirational Miss England finalists, a BIG THANK YOU to all for their efforts in the Beauty with a Purpose round of the competition.
Considering the year that everyone has just been through , to stay so positive and take time out to do fundraising in such difficult times is incredible , every finalist who managed to donate their time and efforts for this worthy cause should be very proud of themselves !”
MISS & MR ENGLAND 2021 ANNOUNCED !
3 weeks ago
Congratulations to the new Miss & Mister England 2021 –
Rehema Muthamia – ( 25) a Health Technology Consultant from Bedfordshire & Liam Ulla (27) founder of New Century Chauffeurs from Dorset who won the Climate King Award organised by We Do Ethical and the talent award showcasing his skills as a British Amateur Kite Surfing Champion !
The long-awaited event took place on Friday 27th August 2021 at the Heart of England Conference & Events Centre Coventry. Due to the pandemic, the Finals were postponed 4 times!
43 Miss England 2020/2021 Finalists came together following a series of qualifying rounds held across the summer. These included the Beauty with a Purpose fundraiser , Sports , Talent , Bare Face Top Model, the Plastfree Ethical fashion round and a Peoples Choice vote held on the Miss England App, free to download ! Results of the rounds and placings will follow soon!
The co-hosts Jordan Williams, Mr England 2013, and Natasha Hemmings, Miss England 2015, took everyone on a journey, to recognise the efforts of the contestants.
Rehema will represent England at the 70thMiss World in Puerto Rico on December 16th
and wins a host of prizes from various sponsors
To see these prizes please click this link: https://www.missengland.info/prizes/
Liam will have the opportunity to represent England in the next Mr Global contest and be the brand amabassador for Envoy London, clothing partner for the official sponsor.
Both winners have already been invited on a trip to Sri Lanka by the owners of Envoy London to visit Sri Lanka as soon as restrictions allow !
The competition was broadcast on a livestream by The Video News Factory
Hosted by Model & former Miss Leicestershire Megan Elliott
the article in the Daily Mail
More updates coming soon !!
Photo by Studio NI Photography
Boston resident in the running for Miss England crown
2 months ago
A 21-year-old graduate and model from Boston is one step closer to being crowned the Miss England queen, after recently being named “Miss Boston”. Mia Rothwell has also placed in the top 12 shortlist of the Bare Face Top Model round , the no make up round in the contest ! This round is taking place on the 2nd August at the Hotel Rafael in London .
Mia is a former student of Giles Academy and Boston High School, and has graduated in International Business and Arabic at the University of Westminster. Mia was crowned Miss Boston in May 2021, after being named 1st runner-up in the popular Miss Lincolnshire competition which was featured on the local BBC News channel !
Mia hopes to use her title to encourage mental health awareness.
Mia said: “The Miss England competition has been an exciting and different challenge for me, both physically and mentally.
Following in the footsteps of the current reigning Miss England, NHS Dr Bhasha Mukherjee, it is a huge honour for me, and I’m determined to continue to ensure that Boston is recognised for it’s potential in the contest. Winning this competition would be a dream come true, and help me with my passion to improve mental health awareness, particularly in younger adults and teenagers.”
Bhasha Mukherjee became the first woman in history to be the longest crowned Miss England, will have carried the title for 2+ years, due to the postponement of the 2020 competition following the outbreak of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Bhasha was crowned Miss England back in 2019, and the following day, started her work as a Junior Doctor at Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital .
Phil Green, organiser of the Miss Lincolnshire competition said: “The calibre of the women who enter the Miss Lincolnshire competition on a yearly basis gets better and better, and it’s certainly becoming harder to pick a winner to represent the county for the Miss England Final. Rebecca, who was crowned earlier this year as Miss Lincolnshire excelled in her talent and interview rounds with the judges, with Mia coming a close runner up and also goes through to the Miss England competition as Miss Boston.
“Both Mia & Rebecca have become an asset for the county and their individual towns, and I am delighted to see them continue further throughout the competition.”
The annual Miss England competition was due to be held at the Heart of England Conference Centre in Coventry, however due to the ongoing enforcement of restrictions by the Government due to the new Delta variant of Coronavirus, organisers decided to move the date back to August 2021.
The heats and regional finals for Miss Lincolnshire were held through social media earlier in the year, due to the lockdown restrictions resulting in the forced cancellation of in person finals.
Most recently, Miss England finalists have participated in a new virtual round, brought in for the 2021 contest following the pandemic, named “Explore the Nation, where each contestant showcases her town, city or country in an attempt to boost local tourism.
To vote for Mia in the Peoples Choice vote , download the Miss England App and head to the VOTE section to claim a free Daily vote .
To contact Mia please contact Nathan at Elite Media
Elite Media Co
Tel: 01205 500042
The Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport NEC
3 months ago
The Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport NEC is set to become the host hotel for the glamorous Miss & Mr England 2021 national final.
This is a smart Birmingham Airport Hotel NEC with The inspire Leisure Club, newly refurbished open lobby and a business conference centre.
44 Miss England Finalists and the top 3 Mr England finalists will get chance to enjoy the fantastic facilities at this centrally located hotel. (From A42 exit the Motorway at J6, follow A45/Birmingham for approximately 1 mile. The hotel is located on the right hand side at the first set of traffic lights)
At this hotel you can enjoy
– Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi throughout
– The Inspire Leisure Club free for all resident guests
– On-site parking
– Starbucks To Go Café
– Kids stay and eat free (subject to availability)
Comfy beds, blackout curtains and the perfect pillow from a menu ensure a sound night’s sleep. A handy desk and free Wi-Fi let you catch up with work or brew a tea or coffee and relax. Our new Open Lobby offers a relaxing place to meet and proudly serving Starbucks Coffee. Whether having morning coffee, lunch, snack, quick meeting or just a drink we offer a menu full of variety, with satellite television and complimentary wireless internet access.
The Inspire Leisure Club has an indoor swimming pool together with an invigorating steam room & Jacuzzi.
The General Manager says that the Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport NEC is perfect setting for business, pleasure, and leisure. Our newly refurbished Open Lobby is informal and relaxing with a selection of fabulous dishes in a stylish setting.
Entertain friends and family with specialty nights or full a la carte menu with a warm welcome.
We also have ample outdoor seating so you can enjoy a spot of al fresco dining on warmer days.
Thoughtful touches and discreet charm make your stay at Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport NEC different right from the start.
Holiday Inn® Birmingham AirportNEChotel is just 8 miles (10 min drive) from the Heart of England Conference & Event centre and is offering great rates for families and friends of the contestants.
To book direct for the host hotel please contact Reservations department:
0121 780 6700
For more info check the website here
Ruby Lemon at Miss England Finals
5 months ago
Miss England 2021 Final – Venue and date announced on the Miss England App
6 months ago
The date for the much anticipated Miss England final has been announced on a promotional video created by the Video News Factory on the Miss England app .
Download the app to see the promotional video -(FREE to download ! )
Organisers hope its 4th time lucky having postponed the final 3 times previously due to the pandemic .
The final will have up to 45 Miss national finalists in the contest from all over the country who have mostly been chosen over the last 12-14 months virtually! A Mr England contest is also being organised on a smaller scale with just a shortlist of 3 in the final round following the Mr and Miss England Sportsday on 6th June which includes the interview rounds .
A Miss & Mr England winner will be selected at the finals. Miss England will be invited to represent the nation at the 70th Miss World planned for Puerto Rico. Mr England is being invited to participate in Mr Global in Thailand later this year .
The Miss & Mr England final will be held on Friday 27th August 2021 as a red carpet style show starting at 5pm with dinner at the beautiful Heart of England venue in the centre of the country !
Whos excited for this ? Limited tickets are available – for prices and more info email [email protected]
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An England representative will also be selected to go forward to the Mr Global contest in Thailand later this year alongside Miss England !
20/21 Finals announcement!
1 year ago
The Nations Entry to the 70th Miss World
Finalists from across England have already reached the final stages with some regional contests having to postpone their events until as late as April 21 due to regional lockdown restrictions.
Therefore the next Miss England National date is TO BE ANNOUNCED , once everyone knows the way forward but is most likely to be held early Summer of 2021
The Finalists so far will have much longer to prepare for the ten rounds which include the Beauty with a Purpose fundraising round. “Miss England contestants around the country have already raised over £30,000 for charity and made 10,000 tree planting pledges in 2020 which isn’t bad considering the situation “ said Angie.
Another exciting round which the finalists can prepare for at home is the
PLASTFREE ECO QUEEN
See Plastfree on their website and on AMAZON
Miss England contestants have also promoted various campaigns during the pandemic including attending Canal & Beach Cleans with Wasupme and planted 10,000 trees through the WeDoEthical Tree Planting Campaign .
Over the years the Miss England contest has celebrated all kinds of entertaining themes. Never before has the contest included such DIVERSE women and fashion from many different backgrounds & communities .
“Bhasha Mukherjee has already been an exceptional Miss England & will continue with her reigh. Not only has she served her country as an NHS doctor throughout the pandemic, she has also brought a diverse feel to the contest due to her heritage which truly reflects England today” said Angie.
Bhasha said ” Beauty With a Purpose is at the heart of the Miss England & Miss World contest. My own BWAP project will continue to focus on the prevention of Diabetes & good health. Since I won Miss England I have become an ambassador for Prolongevity & Diabetes UK promoting health education and I’m now working on a Stop Smoking Campaign for October. I hope the Miss England Finalists can use this extra time and raise lots of funds for Beauty with a Purpose. This will make a difference to the lives of youngsters across the world”.
Bhasha is now set to be the longest serving Miss England in the history of the contest. By the time the next winner is crowned she will have held the title for over 20 months!
For more details about the main campaigns which Miss England supports ;
You can join the Miss England finalists pledge to plant trees to save our planet by becoming carbon neutral today, just visit the Crowdfunder:
Get involved with your community and promote WASUP – World Against Single Use Plastic visit www.wasupme.com
ISOBEL WINS MISS BLACKCOUNTRY
1 year ago
ISOBEL WINS MISS BLACK COUNTRY
Isobel Crowned the new MISS BLACK COUNTRY 2020 during Lockdown.
ISOBEL LINES (20) a Sports Science Student from Wednesbury was crowned as Miss Black Country 2020 on June 3rd. She is the FIRST ever Miss Black Country to be virtually chosen due to the current COVID-19 outbreak.
During lockdown, Isobel continued her charity and community work, raising thousands of pounds for charities including; Papyrus, NHS and Beauty With A Purpose. Isobel has also been volunteering for the Midlands International Aid Trust, distributing PPE (Face Visors) for local care homes and keyworkers including Acorns, Aldridge Nursing Home and the YMCA Carters Green.
After successfully winning the Miss Black Country title, Miss Lines accepted the Chief Ambassador role for the charity project WASUP (World Against Single Use Plastic). Since her involvement, Isobel has launched the project in Worcester and has also been visiting local schools within her community, presenting educational sessions upon the dangers of plastic pollution. You can visit WASUP via: www.wasupme.com
Isobel is also a Mental Health a Suicide prevention ambassador, raising awareness for the cause after her school friend Viren Patel from Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School passed away. ‘’During school, we were never taught about Mental Health, I believe this pays a strong role in my friends’ death. Thankfully, as of September, it is compulsory for schools to educate students on Mental Health following the National Curriculum changes’’. ‘’I wish to use the title as a platform to normalise Mental Health and help as many people who have suffered with what I have’’ Isobel added.
Since sixth form, Isobel has suffered with Acne, something which she believed may have impacted her chances within the competition. In 2019, Miss England introduced the ‘BARE FACED ROUND’ to encourage women to feel confident within their natural skin. For Isobel, this was a challenge as her natural skin was a mentally pressurised topic. However, both last year and this year, Isobel opened up about her struggles and submitting the images after almost deciding not to.
Isobel has been competing in Miss England for 4 years and has collectively raised over £10,000 for charity but had NEVER won a regional title. She first competed for Miss Black Country at 16 years old. In 2019, she was successful in reaching the Finals after placing Top 5 in Miss Birmingham and winning the Publicity round. This year, Isobel returned for one final time, competing in the Midlands Heat and was finally successful. ‘’I am beyond overwhelmed. Competing for 4 years and raising over £10,000 for charity has been an incredible journey but finally winning a regional title means so much to me. It feels like a massive weight off my shoulders. This is evidence that hard work and determination will always pay off’’.
Away from Miss England, Isobel is a well-known Equestrian rider, specialising in Showing and has competed at the Horse of the Year Show for 8 consecutive years and Royal International for a decade. HOYS is hosted at the NEC, Birmingham, neighbour to the Miss England Finals venue. She is also the Chairwoman (2 years) of the University of Worcester’s Equestrian Club and Student’s Union RAG committee as well as working at the YMCA charity in West Bromwich.
Isobel will represent the BLACK COUNTRY at the next MISS ENGLAND FINALS.
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OTHER MEDIA ISOBEL HAS APPEARED IN INCLUDE
Rehema Muthamia the new Miss England
Rehema Muthamia won the Miss England 2021 crown and will now compete at Miss World in Puerto Rico
To see what prizes Rehema has won please click the picture
HOW WE CHOOSE MISS ENGLAND
ALL FINALISTS ARE INVITED TO ENTER THE OPTIONAL ROUNDS TO TRY AND MAKE THE SHORTLIST AT THE NATIONAL FINAL !
The winning contestant of each round ( BELOW) will automaticaly go forward to the shortlist .
If a contestant wins more than one round , the next highest scoring contestant wins a place in the shortlist . Scores are calculated by Stars !
If a finalist reaches the shortlist in any one of the rounds below , they gain a star . If they gain a top 3 postion they gain TWO stars . The finalists with the most stars qualify for the shortlist on the night of the final .
Once we have a shortlist , points go back to ZERO & it is the FINAL judging panel ON THE NIGHT who elect the next Miss England 2021 !
1. FUNDRAISING – we are raising funds for the Miss World charity Beauty with a Purpose – Which helps disadvantaged children across the world . See the Beauty with a Purpose page on our website to see some of the projects we have supported . The top fundraiser will be fastracked through to the top 10. Funds raised for this charity and Miss England nominated charities only will be considered in this round . Set up a fundraising link here
2. BARE FACE TOP MODEL – This is the no make up round in Miss England. Yes the finalists need to submit an image of themselves MAKE UP FREE . – One winner of this round will be selected who in the judges opinion is the most natural beauty ! CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BARE FACE MISS ENGLAND FINALISTS WHO HAVE ENTERED THIS ROUND SO FAR
3. TALENT ROUND – Entries are submitted by video from the finalists , then a talent shortlist will be chosen by the Miss England team . A Top 10 shortlist are then invited to prefilm for a livestream event and a top 3 invited to perform at the final ! CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LATEST NEWS ON THE TALENT ROUND
4. SPORTS ROUND – A physical sports contest ! This event takes place at the Heart of England with Lee Stuart a former Royal Marine Commando and the imfamous Go Commando Bootcamp & Rapid Fit Online Training Platform
Check out the Miss England APP to see the latest news about the Miss England Sportsround – We have a Miss & Mr England Sports winner from this round, watch the video from the sportsday !
5. PLASTFREE ECO QUEEN – In association with PLASTFREE … Contestants create an outfit and make a video with the theme #plastfreeecoqueen. The video must show how it was made from recycled materials with informative information . The shortlist will be selected and one winner will win the National Plastfree Eco queen title .
6. Peoples Choice vote – This is the contestant who gains the most public support in the contest on the Miss England App vote. The winner and the top 10 highest scoring votes gain a star towards their total .
7. Explore the Nation – The finalists go head to head and show us the best of where they live on Thursday June 24th. Catch this round on the first Miss England Livestream here LIVESTREAM INFORMATION A shortlist of ten has been announced on the livestream with the winner of this round announced at the final! Click here to find out who the TOP 10 in this round are and watch their intro videos to find out more about their locations .
8. Climate Queen – A Tree Planting Pledge challenge for all the finalists with WeDo Ethical
9. Flawless Photographic contest – All the finalists are invited to a shoot at Flawless Photography and make over studios with the option to puchase images after the shoot ( No obligation to buy) . Photographers at Flawless then decide who is the most photogenic in this round . The entries to this round are being shown on the Miss England App after the closing date in a special Flawless feature .
10. Publicity Queen – Awarded to the contestant who generates the most positive publicity for the 2021 Miss England contest during their time in the contest !
OTHER AWARDS ON THE NIGHT –
World Against Single Use Plastic – WASUP – Are awarding one MISS ENGLAND finalist with a special award for their efforts promoting their campaign during the competition
Asian Face of Miss England – Will be awarding TWO Asian finalists of their choice with special awards on the night to promote their future campaigns