Miss England 2022 Final

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01Alanta

Existing Title
Wildcard

Age
16

Height
5ft 6

Occupation
Student

Interesting Fact
I am Jadon sanchos biggest fan and I got his shirt in wembely last year. Also would like this pictures instead of the ones on there currently

02Alice J

Existing Title
Miss Black Country

Age
26

Height
6ft

Occupation
Paramedic

Interesting Fact
I can eat a large dominos pizza and cookies in one sitting!

03Amrita

Existing Title
Miss Birmingham

Age
26

Height
5'4

Occupation
Specialist Pharmacist Critical Care

Interesting Fact
On 07/08/22 I swam 100 laps in 75mins for my charity swim for BWAP! For the past 10 years my mother and I have been a part of the Indian Ladies club. It is a club which helps the Indian ladies diaspora in the UK mingle with one another and form beautiful friendships. A lot of the ladies who attend the events are elderly and have no family of their own in England. So when it comes to the big Indian festivals such as Diwali and Vaisakhi they have nobody to celebrate with. Therefore, as a club we try to hold events every year for these special festivals giving the ladies an opportunity to make beautiful memories with the other members and not feel alone. I attend every event so that I can show the ladies our generation of young Indian ladies have not forgotten them and want to maintain the link! This club has done wonders for the Indian ladies mental well being and I am proud to be a young Indian lady and a part of this wonderful club

04Anita S

Existing Title
Miss Manchester

Age
21

Height
5'7

Occupation
Recent biomed graduate, Master's of Research student hoping to become a R&D scientist

Interesting Fact
Losing both my parents as a teenager, I have experienced a lot of hardships. In the process, I have learned to be grateful for life, counting my privileges and became very empathetic towards the underprivileged, eversince I had a close brush with my change in fate. My experiences have made me wise, courageous, independent and extremely resilient. Miss World through Miss England would provide me with the platform to use my voice and opportunities to raise awareness and increase access to healthcare in rural areas around the world including menstrual equity and mental health. I have been a swimmer, basketball player, athlete and trained in Indian vocals, having directed two Model UN conferences. Self taught in both Indian classical and western dance, I have represented Manchester and my school in dance competitions.

05Anjali

Existing Title
Miss London

Age
23

Height
5”8

Occupation
Drug Discovery Scientist

Interesting Fact
With a balanced passion for Science and Charity work, I am a Postgraduate in Drug Discovery and Pharma Management from University College London (UCL) and have been involved in educating underprivileged children in Science/Maths/English through Angel Express Foundation for the past 6 years. I strongly believe that every child has a right to quality education which can ensure their bright future. Currently I am working as an NHS Volunteer with Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital, London.

05Anjali

Existing Title
Miss London

Age
23

Height
5”8

Occupation
Drug Discovery Scientist

Interesting Fact
With a balanced passion for Science and Charity work, I am a Postgraduate in Drug Discovery and Pharma Management from University College London (UCL) and have been involved in educating underprivileged children in Science/Maths/English through Angel Express Foundation for the past 6 years. I strongly believe that every child has a right to quality education which can ensure their bright future. Currently I am working as an NHS Volunteer with Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital, London.

06Ava

Existing Title
Miss Hinckley 22

Age
16

Height
5ft 5

Occupation
Business owner & Model

Interesting Fact
I am a horse rider ,I own a popular equestrian fashion brand that i started when i was 14 and also opened the first equestrian brand in a mall! I own other brand such as skincare and apparel! I love animals!

07Corel-Jo

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
21

Height
5ft 9

Occupation
Fine Art Student

Interesting Fact
I want to join the Met Police

08Demi-Nicole

Existing Title
Miss Stockport

Age
17

Height
5ft 9

Occupation
I am a student studying Law, Business and History. I am part time working as a business admin, however I also work as a barista/mixologist in a bar.

Interesting Fact
I play the violin. I love learning History as it teaches us a variety of different things, including the past, present, and future. I want to inspire others to learn about history as it can teach you many of things including your heritage and roots. As my roots are varied from Irish, African, Scottish and English.

09Emily

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
25

Height
5'0

Occupation
Level 3 Business qualified, recently set up own virtual assisting company, working in a hotel and studying computer science in University. Also trained in phlebotomy.

Interesting Fact
Singer and song writer, diploma certified in music performance, I am striving to inspire through my music and want my talent to have meaning for people to relate to. I have Irish roots with my grandad being a Dubliner and have 11 younger siblings. I’ve raised £550 for Beauty With A Purpose, continuing to raise towards this and other causes. I took part in a BBC documentary The Truth About Your Teeth with my family and I have a certificate for being on the BBC’s first pilot digital media course Make It Digital. I have done a lot of performing in younger years, the Voice Factory, CBSO Children’s Chorus and Musical Theatre Youth Programme to name a few. I’m able to do accents and do a brilliant Scouse. Something cool is that my cousin’s Auntie is Roisin Conaty from Impractical Jokers! I speak Czech as my partner and his family are from there, I have been multiple times and recently spent 4 weeks in the country. I love experiencing other cultures & have a passion for travelling and exploring different parts of the world. I aspire to be an advocate for mental health, something I resonate with, and raise awareness on GI/digestive conditions to educate those unaware and help people suffering to get the support they need, women especially as pain is often dismissed, having lived with GERD and CVS myself. I have plans to create a foundation providing mobility aid to help those less fortunate in the elderly and disabled community, and ideas within that to support mobility and independence. I have achieved two work awards in recent years, Marsha Hicks Apprentice of the Year 2020 & Highest Impact Consultant 2021.

10Emily C

Existing Title
Charity Queen London & Miss Chelsea & Westminster

Age
24

Height
170 cm

Occupation
Chemical Engineering Master’s Graduate

Interesting Fact
“I was U16 Surrey Chess Champion, and I taught 18 novice men how to row in one year! I have also completed a wingwalk and a 91 km cycle to raise money for the prevention of Young Suicide, which is a cause that is particularly close to my heart. Aside from this, I have a massive passion for travelling and have visited over 30 countries! I encourage and inspire others to travel and embrace charity work through my Instagram @emily_cossey "

11Gabby

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
25

Height
5'9

Occupation
TBA

Interesting Fact
I am studying Spanish at University! I love studying Spanish and it started when I lived and worked in Spain looking after children! :)I am an enthusiastic passionate and dedicated person. I study a joint honours degree in Arts and humanities and Spanish. I have travelled many places and worked abroad taking care of children and teaching them English. My dream is to travel the world and help build schools and homeless shelters. I have supported many charities including cancer research as my family have last someone very close to us. I walked 30,000 steps every day in March to raise money. I have also modelled for a fashion show to raise money for St Barnabas. I want to help and support people going through mental health and recovering from traumas in their lives as I have suffered myself and watched people suffer around me. I want to speak out and use my experiences to help others, now that I’m getting back on track in my life I am stronger and healthier.

12Georgia

Existing Title
Miss Liverpool City Region

Age
25

Height
5ft 5ins

Occupation
Dancer

Interesting Fact
I played the lead in A professional production of Snow White and the seven dwarfs which I performed in front of thousands of people over the Christmas period.

13India

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
21

Height
5ft 4

Occupation
Estate Agent

Interesting Fact
I was born with a condition called micropothalmia in my left eye. I’d love to inspire other young girls with similar conditions!

15Jess

Existing Title
Miss Cheshire

Age
21

Height
5'6

Occupation
Student

Interesting Fact
I love to sing and I am proud to be an anorexia survivor

16Jessica

Existing Title
Miss Lancashire

Age
26

Height
5"9

Occupation
Aerospace engineering student

Interesting Fact
As well as being an internationally signed model, I’m studying for a masters degree in aerospace engineering and have dreams of becoming an astronaut one day! I’m passionate about showcasing opportunities in STEM careers to girls and did so last year by running 5k for 96 days consecutively in Fancy Dress as part of my BWAP fundraising, eventually placing 2nd in the 2021 Miss England Final!

17Komal

Existing Title
Climate Queen / Heat 1 winner

Age
23

Height
5'7

Occupation
Application Support Analyst

Interesting Fact
I used to be a Cheerleader where my position was Base. I also enjoy modelling and dancing. I studied Computer Science at University where I was able to see the lack of women within the STEM industry so I am a passionate advocate for women in STEM! I am supporting Pencils of Promise which is an organisation that builds schools and increases educational opportunities in the developing world, and since experiencing being restricted in accessing the technology industry, I understand how important it is for all children in the world to believe that they can access any field, whether it be business or technology and beyond. I have also become more and more aware of the importance of looking after our world for generations to come, which is why I support WeDoEthical as this organisation helps reduce pollution for a greener planet! I was able to collect a total of 1,350 tree planting pledges so far! And I will continue with efforts to collect many more!

18Leah

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
21

Height
173cm

Occupation
Sports Science Student

Interesting Fact
I am a second dan black belt in jujitsu. I am graduating with a 2.1 this July in Sports , Health and Exercise Science

19Leigh

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
24

Height
170

Occupation
Business development manager

Interesting Fact
I can say thank you in over 14 languages

20Lida

Existing Title
Publicity Queen Semi-Final Winner

Age
26

Height
173 cm

Occupation
Public Relations

Interesting Fact
As a Forner Afghan refugee. I now understand seven different languages and speak 5. I went through a mental health breakdown; the cause was because of cultural boundaries and restrictions for a young woman like myself in 2021. For six months, I used to read books in three different languages, and I found that it gave me sanctuary and strength. Ever since, I have wanted to empower the younger female generation so that we can reign nobly in the entertainment industry by being models, actresses or singers and being morally correct.

21Melisa

Existing Title
Bare Face Top Model London

Age
20

Height
168cm

Occupation
University Politics student in Kings College

Interesting Fact
Born and raised in London I am the only child. I am a runner and fitness enthusiast. I enjoy visiting the British Library during my free periods in college. I’ve had the privilege of global travel, which has taught me about diversity, race and religion. I also enjoy writing fictional pieces in my own time. Studying politics in hope to become an aspiring diplomat, global politics is of keen interest to me, both personally and as an aspiring diplomat. I would love to focus on getting more women in the political field due to high male dominance in world politics. I was recently invited to attend a photoshoot in Paris with a top photographer in which I posed makeup-free. My aim is to continuously promote natural beauty to help encourage and empower other women in making them feel comfortable in their own skin with no makeup on.

23Milly E

Existing Title
Miss North East Lincolnshire

Age
22

Height
5ft 8

Occupation
Farmer

Interesting Fact
I am one of 6 siblings from a large farming family where we work for my dad day to day. I recently learned how to make sushi and plan to open a takeaway service that I hope to build to a restaurant one day. This year I have walked London Fashion week and York fashion week. I am an artist, a showjumper I also love to travel. I’m a farmer and love spending time outdoors with my animals.

24Neha

Existing Title
Miss Surrey

Age
27

Height
5ft 10

Occupation
Law Graduate & Child Social Worker

Interesting Fact
I was one of the organisers of Britain's First Asian Woman Festival which was about championing the empowerment of ethnic minorities and celebrating multiculturalism. I am also part of Like-Minded Females Network where we organise various events that empower, celebrate, and connect women from different backgrounds. I have an Undergraduate Degree in Social Work and a Post Graduate Degree in Law. I am currently working as a Child Social Worker so that I can achieve my career goal which is to be a Children Guardian for the Family Courts. I have aspirations to work for the United Nations to advocate for children rights across the world.

27Paige A

Existing Title
Miss Lincolnshire

Age
23

Height
5ft 4

Occupation
Business Administrator

Interesting Fact
Im a TWIN !

28Rachel

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
25

Height
5ft 8

Occupation
Car Mechanic

Interesting Fact
Ive done mechanics since school and worked my way up to working at a dealership

29Rafaela

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
19

Height
171cm

Occupation
Musical Theatre Performer

Interesting Fact
I enjoy kickboxing, running and ice skating. I am currently learning Spanish and love to horse ride when I get the chance. I speak fluent Portuguese and volunteer as an English teacher in Brazil helping children over most summer holidays. I plan to travel to as many countries as I can to learn different cultures and languages and share my love for music through performing with others as a form of music therapy.

30Sujaana

Existing Title
Miss Coventry

Age
21

Height
160cm

Occupation
Biomedical science student

Interesting Fact
An interesting fact about me is that I built a private tuition business which I started when I was 16, this has abled me to provide free education to struggling children in Srilanka.

31Tia

Existing Title
Miss Leicestershire

Age
20

Height
5’6

Occupation
Receptionist

Interesting Fact
I would love to be an advocate for children and adults that struggle with dyslexia. Having dyslexia myself I know how challenging it can be however since school, I have gone on to do an Engineering access course as well. In autumn 2023 I hope to go university in Manchester with experience in not one but two scientific fields.

32Briana

Existing Title
Miss England Finalist

Age
16

Height
5ft 8

Occupation
Student

Interesting Fact
I am a ABRSM Grade 7 Flautist and I am currently doing my A-Level qualifications in Law, Psychology and Music. I aspire to be a Forensic Psychologist.

The Miss England National final was held two days – 16th & 17th October 2022 at the Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport sponsored by Dentakay Dental Clinic 

In the lead up to the final ,  national finalists were invited to participate in 10 qualifying rounds to try and reach the shortlist at the final .

The rounds which offer a fast track place in to the top 12 on the night of the final include ;

Sportsround – 1st  October – This is tough check out the 2021 MISS ENGLAND SPORTSROUND 

Cetuem Bare Face- The no make up round – where contestants are encouraged to post a photo of themselves MAKE UP FREE on their own social media to promote natural beauty click here to see the finalists who have entered this round already sponsored by Cetuem Skincare

Artero Beautiful Hair round Saturday 8th October – 10 x Best hair entries will be invited to Salon International

Eco round – Ethical Fashion round in association with WASUP

Talent round – Finalists can submit a video of themselves to the Miss England office . The top 10 will be invited to showcase their talent at the Head office of SOLARAIR SEQUIN WALLS  A top 3 will then be invited to perform at the Miss England National 2 day final

Beautiful Brows Social media queen –  In association with Beautiful Brows

Beauty with a Purpose Fundraising round – Contestants are invited to raise funds for the Miss World charity as part of the competition .

Click this link to find out the results 

 

 

Event details

Date
October 17, 2022

Organiser
Miss England Team

Email
[email protected]

Phone
07919423003

My route to the Miss England Final – by youngest 2024 finalist Alexandria Crystal

4 days ago

My Route to the Miss England Final-  words by Alexandria Crystal ( 16) – the youngest  in the 2024 Miss England competition who was presented with the Miss Inspiration award at the Miss England semi final at Viva Blackpool .

 

“No-one is more surprise that I to be a Finalist in the Miss England Competition, my mum had entered me in secret. Since then involvement in this competition has surpassed my exceptions and given me some amazing opportunities and skills.  It is not all glamour and it is certainly not how some people perceive it.  Those who sit in the audience often have no idea about the vast amount of effort and work the contestants have put in. Talent rounds, eco rounds, sport, fund-raising for charity, promoting good causes, blogging are all in a days work for a Miss England Competitor.

Photo by David Dresser

Alex with Grant Harrold

Through it all I am personally rallying the corner for the dyslexics amongst us, my younger brother and I both being dyslexic. Dyslexia is a neurodiversity, millions of people across the world are affected by it, by using my Miss England platform I want to change peoples understanding and perception of what it actually is.  There is still a lack of good understanding in the teaching profession which which needs addressing, when I interviewed Matt Hancock MP as part of my campaign he discussed the  introduction of his  private members bill to address the need for compulsory screening in schools alongside compulsory teacher training for neurodiversities.

Not only has my campaign taken me to Westminster it also resulted in a visit to the Lansdown Club to interview Grant Harrold, aka The Royal Butler (former butler to the King) who is an ambassador for the British Dyslexia Association.

Dyslexics have some unique thinking abilities and see things differently often making them excellent in creating arts, engineering, code breaking and sports, yet the language used around dyslexia is still negative with only an element of the educational profession focusing on the strengths. 

We need more research, greater awareness and a completely different approach to the subject.

On the count down to the competition final I am not slowing down, there is still lots of preparation, more fund-raising for Beauty with a Purpose and Balls to Cancer, campaigning to be done, not least promoting beauty positivity for all. 

Photo of Alex  by David Dresser

What cannot be sidelined however is the reality of being one of the youngest ever finalists which means over the next few weeks I am also sitting my GCSE’s!”

Get to know more about the new Miss Manchester

2 weeks ago

Vanessa Tendo Naddamba Miss Manchester 2024

Born in Uganda, and moved to Liverpool in England at 9 years old to to live with her Mother and siblings , Vanessa Tendo Naddamba is a 24-year-old who has always strived to do the best she can in everything she does.

The eldest daughter to all her 6 siblings Vanessa ensures she sets the best example not only at home in her private life but also for the generation at large that looks up to her. Wearing many hats she is a project manager by profession, a sports enthusiast, and also a singer and a lover of everything that empowers women.

 

Before she came to England, Vanessa attended boarding school at Gayaza junior school in Uganda and recently went back home to give back in 2023 as Miss Uganda Uk where she advocated for soft skills to be embedded within the Ugandan education system, a 2-month mission that was highly successful as it was welcomed by both children and adults alike.

Now a Masters graduate and in her desired profession, Vanessa continues to trailblaze for young girls especially young black girls in the UK. When it comes to her settling in the UK Vanessa recalls having a very welcoming experience “my mum had already set up my place in school and the children and teachers learnt about my country before I joined. It made me feel so accepted and I feel it really helped assimilate with ease.” 

While her primary school experience was positive she did recall experiencing some challenging times in high school. Although confident in herself and her abilities in high school, when she started, she soon found that the system did not seem to share this ideal in-fact, at the beginning of her high school journey she was placed in what was called at the time “the learning zone” this particular cohort of students were the ones that were deemed as “struggling students” that needed extra support when studying. Now, on the surface level this seems fair enough, as there is support that is given to a student in need, except this was not the case for Vanessa, she was a very capable student and even the teacher in the learning zone could see this. She recalls once asking why she had been placed where she clearly did not belong and the teacher at the time hinting that this was due to her background and where she had come from.

 ‘I did not really understand the significance of this until I got older. Did it offend me at the time, yes a little bit but it also did not get to me as I already knew what I was capable of on my own and I also had a mother that nurtured that confidence in me every single day. I remember thinking to myself well you might not think I’m clever enough, but I know I am and I can only work to prove that. Which I did as later that year I had been taken out of it.’ 

‘However now that i understand, this could have had a negative impact and is actually a terrible way to group students in terms of their capability in education. Many children already suffer with low self esteem, low motivation in studying especially when they do not know what they want to do in life yet in terms of careers, some do not have the support they need at home to be able to realise their potential early on. While I do not disagree with identifying that a child needs more support and doing the needful to provide that; I strongly believe that allocating  capability bands due to prejudice does not help the child fulfil their potential, it does the opposite, you really risk a self fulfilling prophecy occurring as the child ends up believing whatever limitation you have placed on them as a teacher or even as a system which can perpetuate inequalities further’ 

Winning Miss Manchester 2024

 Vanessa’s high school years were not terrible, but they definitely were some of her most challenging days, ‘definitely character building’ she says. What kept her going was her trust in herself and her ability to still achieve what she wanted to achieve in life on her own accord. Now grown up and she sees how her confidence has carried her through some of her toughest moments, Vanessa advocates for self sufficiency and self development for children to help them get through their own challenging times. Her soft skills campaign is very relevant to bridging the gap in inequalities in education.

Having been participating in pageantry for 6 years now with her newest title as Miss Manchester 2024 set to go to compete in Miss England, Vanessa’s goal has remained consistent over the years and that is to empower through education. She aims to inspire young minds and bridge the gap in inequalities by working with the underprivileged in the city with some charities she is already in partnership with.   She would like to Encourage every girl to have the ability to wear different hats and take up space in the world and fields we would not normally be in.

Vanessa said ” What I would want anyone to take away from my story is to continue to believe in yourself despite what limitations other people try to put on you” …

Read Vanessa’s winning story here in the Manchester Evening News 

Vanessa will be representing Manchester in the Miss England National final sponsored by Watermans Hair  on 16th & 17th May 2024 at the Grand Station Wolverhampton.

For tickets to support Vanessa in the contest  visit here 

Miss Manchester , Lancashire & Cheshire crowned

4 weeks ago

On Sunday 17th March we saw the return of the highly anticipated Miss Manchester event organised by Sean Maloney.
Presented by celebrity makeup artist & director, Sean Maloney & pageant coach & Miss Grand United Kingdom, Sofia Myers, 20 finalists took to the stage for their chance to be crowned Miss Manchester, Miss Lancashire and Miss Cheshire.
With 4 exciting rounds on stage consisting of opening number & little black dress, Deville sponsored round, fun fashion & gown, our finalists wowed the star studded line up of judges from all around the country.
A wealth of experience and a number of crowns, the judging lineup consisted of a panel of UK Beauty queens.
With finals numbers of just under 500 people in attendance the atmosphere was electric and the influencer hotspot, Vermilion was filled to maximum capacity.
Vermilion commented “this has been our biggest event we’ve ever had and the response on social media has been crazy! We can’t wait to have Miss Manchester back”
Our top 3 Miss Lancashire was Destiny Acton, Siah Bajinka & Amy Blyth
Our top 3 Miss Cheshire was Becca Pendleton, Annaliese Jones & Esme Sefton
Our top 5 Miss Manchester was Victoria Quinlan, Modelle Lee, Georgia Wood, Amber Lily Slowey & Vanessa Naddamba
New Miss Lancashire 2024 Amy Blyth
New Miss Manchester 2024 Vanessa Naddamba
New Miss Cheshire 2024 Esme Sefton
Public vote winner Modelle Lee will head to the Miss England semi final on Sunday 7th April at Viva Blackpool for her chance to compete one more time for a place in the Miss England final.
Our 3 new winners will head directly to the Miss England final at Grand Station on 16th & 17th May 2024 sponsored by Watermans for their chance to win the Miss England title which leads to the 72nd Miss World final!
ENDS

Tomavicci to gift National finalists

1 month ago

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We are excited to announce the each finalist competing in the Miss England 2024 National finals at the Grand Station Wolverhampton on May 17th 2024 will receive a bottle of Tomavicci perfume ( Value £270)
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Watermans Hair become headline sponsor Miss England 2024

2 months ago

British brand Watermans, founded by Gail and Matt Waterman in 2012 are the new headline sponsors for the Miss England 2024 contest!

Pictured is Gail & Matt Waterman

Gail & Matt emerged from their personal battles with hair loss.

The duo, leveraging Gail’s 32 years of experience as a hairdresser and salon owner and Matt’s marketing prowess, aimed to create products that blend efficacy with high salon standards.

 

 

 

 

Their journey started with rigorous testing on themselves, followed by trials in Gail’s salon to cater to diverse hair needs and validate their products’ effectiveness. Today, Watermans has achieved global recognition, selling a product every 30 seconds through its worldwide distributor network.

At the heart of their success is a commitment to quality, using premium ingredients to ensure their offerings not only meet but exceed customer expectations. The company prioritizes tangible results and customer satisfaction over profits, focusing on providing solutions that genuinely aid in overcoming hair-related challenges.

You can find Waterman’s stockists on the high street in Boots , Superdrug and on

Amazon & by visiting their website www.watermanshair.com 

NHS PARAMEDIC & REIGNING MISS BLACK COUNTRY IS ON A MISSION

4 months ago

Along with posing for photos with Miss England Jessica Gagen and some of the new national finalists for the recent Miss England final launch , which she enjoyed as a break from her job  , Alice Jones is focused on a more serious issue .
Working full time as an NHS paramedic ,  the reigning Miss Black Country has been busy with her own life saving project.
    ” My current mission is to get defibrillators available 24/7 located on the outside of schools. With nearly 70% of all cardiac arrests happening within 500 meters of a school this vital bit of kit could save someone’s life one day. I volunteer across schools to educate the students and staff on the importance of early defibrillation, cpr and awareness of what a cardiac arrest is. The government are rolling out that every school has a AED but the problem lies with making them accessible to the public and 24/7 as when schools are closed the defibrillator isn’t accessible and of course people unfortunately do fall critically ill outside these hours.
Alice won two top awards in the last Miss England final including the Beautiful Brows influencer award & the national photographic round and placed 5th Runner up . 

She hopes with her influence, contacts and resources she can make this mission possible .

Alice Jones attended the launch photoshoot at the Grand Station Wolverhampton recently

Organisers of an international pageant have invited Alice to represent England in the “Face of Humanity”  contest next Spring.  ”  We would love to send her and in turn help support this fantastic project.  If we can raise funds for her flight and help Alice with this she can attend & compete on an international stage creating global awareness for her mission ” said Miss England Director Angie Beasley .
The next Miss England National final is taking place at the Grand Station Wolverhampton on May 16th & 17th 2023.  40 Beauty queens from across England will be heading to the Black County to compete showcasing their various Beauty with a Purpose projects. 

Now that’s a Model student!

1 year ago

The reigning Miss England, Jessica Gagen, is an advocate for the promotion of STEM careers to the next generation, and recently travelled up to Glasgow to give an inspiring talk about her journey into aerospace engineering to 2175 (Rolls-Royce) Squadron RAF Air Cadets, alongside a visit to Strathclyde University and the Glasgow Science Centre.

Having took a hiatus from education to pursue a modelling career at the age of 18, Jess
started her degree in Aerospace Engineering at the age of 24, admitting that she felt lost in
her late teens as a result of not knowing what the different variations of engineering were
or the wide career prospects a degree in the subject could lead to, so now utilises her
platform as Miss England to educate school-age children and young adults about the power
of STEM careers.

Jess noticed a lack of females in her cohort when she started at Liverpool University in 2019,
and having acquired a following of young girls through her Instagram account as a result of
her modelling career, decided to showcase elements of her degree on the social platform in
order to advertise the many opportunities a degree in aerospace engineering holds. As a
result she was scouted for the Miss England competition, and won her title in the October of
2022 for her efforts in showcasing aviation and engineer careers alongside a plethora of
charity work.

“I feel it’s important I communicate the challenges I faced leading up to studying my degree in order to establish to the next generation that there’s always a way to access the course
you desire – if it takes you that little bit longer, that’s okay!”
“I chose the wrong A Levels and didn’t make the grades I was predicted, so for years I assumed I’d never be able to access engineering, I used to think – who would want to take
on a student that didn’t have a maths A Level?

I was turned down from all but one of the universities I tried – I studied physics for a year and then in 2019 the University of Liverpool offered me a place to study Aerospace Engineering!”


Whilst in Glasgow, Jess also visited the Science Centre where she flew flight simulators at
the Newton Flight Academy, and Strathclyde University, where she used her woodwork
skills to create a ballpoint pen using a lathe, before delivering a speech to 25 high school
teachers about the ways in which she believes they can help to advertise opportunities in
engineering to their students.
Jess said: “Kids need to know what the different types of engineering’s are, the skills they’ll
become equipped with, and how transferrable these are across different industries. Some
kids enjoy the idea of being a doctor but don’t like the thought of working around blood –
they’d probably make fantastic biomedical engineers, able to create prosthetic limbs, but
they don’t realise that’s an option! So I think it’s important we show them what’s out
there”.

At Newton Flight Academy, Glasgow Science Centre with the cadets, Jess talked about the trials and tribulations she faced en route to and during her degree, as well as the industries an engineering degree gives access to and future projects in engineering that the next generation will be involved in, before delivering a workshop which challenged the children to conduct research into the different types of engineering and where they can lead to.


Commanding Officer 2175 (Rolls-Royce) Squadron Fg Off Stuart McLellan MBE said: “With Jess’s background in Aerospace Engineering it was a perfect opportunity to kick off our guest speakers in 2023 with an engineering talk especially as we are the only Air Cadet Squadron in the UK with the connection to Rolls-Royce.   Jess is such an inspirational individual, and our cadets thoroughly enjoyed themselves”.

Jess will be representing England in the 71 st Miss World Contest in Spring 2023.

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MISS ENGLAND JOINS ABS – ABSOLUTE BODY SOLUTIONS IN LIVERPOOL!

1 year ago

In preparation for the Miss World Sports round which is always a tough challenge, Jessica Gagen the reigning Miss England has joined ABS , Absolute Body Solutions in Liverpool in a bid to get fitter than she already is !

Known locally as #fancydressjess for doing over 149 5k runs mainly around the Liverpool area,  Jessica has decided to get as fit as she can do in a bid to win the Sportswoman title at Miss World.

Jessica managed to reach the final 10 in the Miss England Sportsround and said there’s definitely room for improvement!

Absolute Body Solutions, or ABS for short, is a personal training brand with 5 gyms across the UK.

Their incredible, private gym spaces are located in London, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and South Liverpool.

Renowned for their friendly, supportive and welcoming teams of PTs as well as their expert training and nutrition programmes, ABS have helped thousands of clients to achieve life-changing goals.

Their most popular programmes include their 6, 12 and 16 week transformation programmes but the team also specialise in creating bespoke approaches to suit individual clients needs.

If you want to achieve incredible results, feel fitter, healthier and stronger and enjoy your fitness, ABS is the best place to start.

Read more about this opportunity by clicking the logo !

7th Heaven is delighted to announce its collaboration with Miss England ! 

1 year ago


The much-loved skincare brand was one of the first on the face mask scene and cruelty-free beauty pioneers back in 1985 with founder, Gregory Butcher OBE, still leading the way.  Since the 80s, 7th Heaven has proudly produced brilliantly British products for every type of customer and skin type, supplying a wide portfolio of products to over 90 countries across the globe.

From their cruelty-free foundations to their gloriously good ingredients, there’s lots to love about 7th Heaven skincare, a best-selling line of face masks that are effective, inexpensive, and loaded with natural goodies.

The brilliantly British skincare brand will be actively collaborating with current Miss England, Jessica Gagen, and runner ups, Emily Cossey, Milly Everatt and Melisa Raouf.

We can’t wait to promote natural beauty together!

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Miss England Jessica Gagen shares the importance of looking after your teeth from a young age after winning the Dentakay Brightest Smile award

1 year ago

The first ever Dentakay Brightest Smile contest was held between 30 finalists who took part in the Miss England 22 grand final. To enter this photographic contest,  the contestants were  encouraged to post their best smile photo on their own social media platforms and appeared on a dedicated Dentakay page on the Miss England website.
On the first day of the 2 day Miss England final , the national finalists all took part in a catwalk for the team at Dentakay to make their final choice and choose the winner!

Dr Gulay , the founder of Dentakay Dental Clinic  selected Jessica Gagen as the Dentakay Brightest smile winner who was then fast tracked through to the final 12 at the Miss England  final .

Dr Gulay with Jessica Gagen on the night of the final of Miss England 22 Photo by Bamboo photo lab

A  completely separate independent  team of judges then selected Jessica as the Miss England winner on the final night !  Jessica will now represent England at the 71st Miss World!
Miss England director Angie Beasley said “We are thrilled to have a highly skilled team of dentists associated with the Miss England  contest. Having a healthy great smile is a key part to winning our contest as Jessica went on to prove! “
Dr Gulay presented Jessica with her first award of the night and said “Jessica was chosen as the winner of the Dentakay Brightest smile award winner because of the fact that all her teeth are proportional to each other in length and width, her upper teeth have a positive relationship with the lower lip inclination when she smiles. She has a buccal corridor spacing close to the ideal when she smiles and her upper anterior teeth are in a free position from the upper lip line and are sufficiently visible when talking. Knowing now that Jessica suffered with her smile for years and received a lot of treatment while she was young, makes her win that much more memorable.”
Sharing her own dental story Jessica said  “I had braces from a very young age, and I’ve really tried to look after my teeth ever since .

Jessica as a youngster

The Dentakay Brightest Smile award was the one I really had my eyes on in the run up to the final! My orthodontic treatment started at the age of 11 and lasted until I was 15 years old. I’ve worn a retainer of a night time ever since!  I brush my teeth with an electric toothbrush and mouthwash twice a day with whitening dental products.  I’m also a mega fan of tea – so every now and then I like to give my teeth an extra whitening boost with gels and trays I bought from my dentist. Apart from my orthodontic treatment and the whitening gels I use occasionally, I’ve never had any cosmetic work done on my teeth . After having treatment for so long I’ve tried to do my very best to prevent any unnecessary appointments.

You only get one set of adult teeth to last you the rest of your life, and luckily enough I learned the importance of that from a very young age!
Hopefully by me winning the Dentakay award will inspire more youngsters  to look after their smiles!
Id like to say a big thank you for Dr Gulay for picking me as her winner and hence, fast tracking me to the top 12 on the evening!”

The team from Dentakay Dental Clinic  with the Miss England 22 national finalists

 

Jessica , the Dentakay Brightest smile award winner selected by the main judges as Miss England 22 !

Jessica winning Miss England 22

Anyone wanting to get in contact with Dentakay can do it simply on the Dentakay website, www.dentakay.com.

On the website,  fill a simple form in & one of our medical consultants will contact you as soon as possible. They will proceed to explain everything in detail and answer any questions you might have.

 

READ MORE ABOUT JESSICA HERE IN THE DAILY MAIL

Jessica Gagen

Jessica represented Lancashire in the Miss England final reaching the shortlist of most of the qualifying award rounds .

To reach the final 12 , Jessica was voted as the contestant with the Brightest Smile by sponsors DENTAKAY DENTAL CLINIC & was presented with her winning trophy from the founder of Dentakay Dr Gulay on the night of the final.

Jessica was then voted as a top 5 finalist and delivered a powerful speech to the audience at the Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport, which resulted in her winning the Miss England crown and a place in the 71st Miss World final.