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I have a true passion in helping charities especially coming up with some crazy fundraising ideas (my favourite one to do is a ice skating challenge). Ice skating is one of main hobbies that I love doing so using that as part of fundraising is extra special. I volunteered for The Marie Curie Hospice for 5 years and gained the passion even more to help within the community. At the moment I’m using social media to help and promote Chronic Illnesses, Body Image and Tube feeding. Unfortunately I’m fed through a feeding tube that is fitted into my stomach due to a gastro disease. I love to write especially a few years ago when I wrote my very first book to help families deal with bereavement as I shared my own personal experience and I’m extremely thankful that the book was able to help families. I’m due to publish my second book which is all about living and battling a chronic illness. I have my own mental health programme out called Staying Strong and also about to launch my own foundation.
Musical Theatre Student
I have just graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) Degree in Musical Theatre from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London where I was a Leverhulme Arts Scholar. I hope to progress onto a Masters Degree in Classical Singing and Opera in the near future. As a Classical Crossover Singer I have been fortunate enough to support over 35 different charities with my singing and perform for multiple charitable organisations every year. Most prominently, I sing for The British Heart Foundation raising funds for defibrillators to be installed into public spaces. During Lockdown I performed weekly Live Streamed Concerts in aid of The Trussell Trust and The British Red Cross. I also performed in a Live Stream Music Festival Weekend alongside other Liverpool based performers were we managed to raise Over £20,000 for Claire House Children’s Hospice. I am a regular busker in Liverpool and London and I do this not only to raise funds for my performing arts training, and now my Masters Degree, but to spread some joy and music to the streets. I hope to inspire and encourage other young people to be proactive in pursuing their dreams. I teach singing lessons to students as young as three years old and offer free lessons to underprivileged children so they can have the opportunity to learn to sing. I was also a soloist on BBC One’s TV Series ‘All Together Now!’. In addition to singing I am a Tap Dancer and enjoy making tutorials to help people to learn to Tap!
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.
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.
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BEACH CLEAN FOR MISS LIVERPOOL FINALISTS
7 months ago
DONATE YOUR HAIR AFTER LOCKDOWN TO LITTLE PRINCESS TRUST
9 months ago
Pat Hughes the organiser of the Miss Liverpool City region contest is setting up a campaign in Liverpool to encourage everyone with long hair , when they come out of isolation to have it cut and donated to The Little Princess Trust. (charity no. 1176160 }
The Little Princess Trust is a charity that make real hair wigs FREE for children & young people up to 24yrs that have lost their hair due to Cancer or other illnesses. As so many children/adults hair grown excessively, due to lockdown rather than have it cut in a salon and put in a bin how beneficial it would be to have it cut and donated to Little Princess Trust. Hence making someone else who lost their hair very very happy. As the hair has to be cut in a certain way (as per Little Princess requirement ,so all kept as one pony tail/plait) we are working with Montebello Training Station in Broadgreen Rd Old Swan Lpool L13. That way all hair donations kept hygienically , donors name taken so certificate can be sent and everything sent off all together.Everyone who donates receives a thank you certificate from The Little Princess Trust.
The 1st person who will be donating her hair, which is now very very long is a young lady who lost her hair due to stress when her partner/childrens father died in an accident on holiday, then her 2yr old neice died also she has for several years until her nan died recently Run with Nan the 5k run for C.H.I.Cs charity which is the Childrens cancer charity at Alder Hey Hospital.
MISS LIVERPOOL CONTESTANTS HELPING
This young lady is a friend of a Miss Liverpool beauty pageant contestants. As the organise Miss Liverpool City Region heat which is a local heat of Official Miss England/Miss World contest . 4 contestants are doing fund raising (to help pay cost of making the wigs ) for The Little Princess Trust as their hair is not long enough to donate. 2 arranging a sky dive and one a singer who busks in city will donate money she raises .Another contestant The Echo on line has mentioned as she lost 8st in weight and was bullied at school she is going to do 5k at her 8st weight then do 5k with an extra 8st (so her old weight ) on her back. Miss Liverpool is not just outer image but the inner person and someone who is a good role model, charitable and a good representative for our region. We are currently auditioning for this years contestants. So if interested girls 16yrs – 26yrs can apply via Miss England web site”
PLEASE SEE THIS FLYER FOR DETAILS OF WHEN WHERE AND HOW TO BOOK APPOINTMENT FOR FREE CUT (DONATION ) Followed then by a FREE styled cut and blow dry
Miss Liverpool story in Champion Newspapers
11 months ago
Could you be a role model for Liverpool https://www.champnews.com/story.asp?id=GN4_ART_1672352
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]
Finley Unsworth is currently Miss Liverpool 2019
Finely won the Miss Liverpool title at The Bentley on the 7th June 2019. She competed at the Miss England Grand Final in Newcastle !