The winner of Miss England each year joins Miss Scotland, Miss Wales & Miss Northern Ireland & over 100 contestants from around the world to compete for the Miss World coveted crown with first prize of $100k.
In 2002 Angie Beasley became the Miss England National Director, after working with the Miss World office in the 90’s running Miss United Kingdom when the UK only had one entry to Miss World. Since then the competition has grown, attracting thousands of entries, raising awareness & funds for charities across the Country, using the Miss World Ethos & Charity ‘Beauty with a Purpose’.
Along with taking part in the traditional Catwalk Style Contest, Miss England contestants who reach the final are encouraged to:
Raise funds & awareness for Beauty with a Purpose
Arrange sponsored gifts to donate to charity
Take part in a creative ECO fashion round
Compete in a sports round
Complete a general knowledge quiz
Take part in a beach beauty shoot
Submit a short video for the talent & hair round which you can see on the Miss England YOU TUBE CHANNEL
Miss England celebrates the achievements of women and we are looking for a positive role model to inspire others. Miss England is so much more than a beauty contest – scroll down to see some of the different rounds in the contest.