What is Miss Liverpool City Region
The title was originally Miss Liverpool, but changed to Miss Liverpool
City Region in 2017.
The Miss Liverpool City Region Contest is part of the Miss England
and Miss World competition, that emphasises
"charity, brains and personality"
as well as their physical looks.
Since 2000, every winner of Miss England has gone directly on to compete
within Miss World. In fact the very first Miss England to go
through that way was Michelle Walker, who was Miss Liverpool 2000! Miss
Liverpool title holders have twice held the Miss England title, with the
other being Danielle Lloyd in 2004.
The first contestant to hold the Miss Liverpool City Region title was
Elli Wilson, who went on to win Miss England's
'Billion Dollar Smile
2017 Award,' this
includes a trip to Sri Lanka for a photo shoot and also charity work.
If you think it's just about turning up in a swimsuit and looking pretty,
think again! It's so much more than just a beauty contest...
The Miss England and Miss World competition is actively looking
for positive role models to inspire others. They will also be
ambassadors for their local communities, region and country. So
forget the idea of competitors just turning up to the competition
and looking good in a swimsuit.
For terms and conditions of entry, please click
Miss Liverpool City Region and
Miss Southport are
of Miss England, so you bypass the Semi Finals!
By entering, you get the chance to
become part of the world's biggest and most respected contest, Miss
World, which has a top prize of $100,000!
What happens if I win?
You will receive the title Miss Liverpool City
Region and automatically entered into the Miss England Final. Even if you do not win the
title Miss England, you will have an amazing time throughout your year. You will be encouraged to attend a number of events, that aims at helping to
promote the area, along with supporting charities, like
Baby Hospices via a host of fundraising activities. Plus we hope
to see you being offered a number of modelling and photographic
opportunities, along with media appearances. The contest has helped many of those who enter to gain confidence. Our
aim is to help you to develop and for you to inspire others along the way! Click on
here to see past winners.
What is expected from contestants
when entering Miss Liverpool
Along with taking part in the traditional Catwalk Style Contest, Miss
Liverpool City Region contestants will take part in:-
- Raise funds and awareness for
'Beauty with a
- Compete in a sportswear round.
- Compete in an evening wear round.
- Take part in a creative ECO fashion round.
- To support fellow contestants.
- To follow all the rules of the competition,
as issued via Miss World.
- To carry out any related engagements within
the Liverpool City Region
Miss England celebrates the achievements of women
and we are looking for a positive role model to
Miss Liverpool City Region 2018
will represent Liverpool City Region in the Miss England finals (date
and location to be confirmed).
The winner must carry out any related
engagements within the Liverpool City Region, in a professional manner,
worthy of the title Miss Liverpool City Region, whilst respecting the
ethos of the Miss England / Miss World contest.
Miss England is now a heat of the oldest
running international beauty pageant,
'Miss World.' The
Miss England competition was founded in 1928. It now sends the
only entry from England to
each year. Just as with many things in life, the competition
has changed over the years. It is far more than a Beauty Pageant
today! All contestants are now expected to not only look good
on the traditional catwalk, but away from it; they must be a
positive role model who inspires. Judges look for a wide range of
things, from contestants charity backgrounds to what they have done,
for example at work, within their community and more extensively.
Some contestants are far from what you think... Take
Miss England 2009, Lance Corporal Katrina Hodge, nicknamed:-
She was an active member of the British Army.
The 22 year old squaddie, before entering, had received a bravery award
in 2005 and is still active. This amazing girl from Tunbridge Wells told
the press that:- "I wanted to show off my Army skills. I think I'm
showing that women in the Army can be pretty and girly, but also that
girls who enter beauty pageants don't have to be bimbos. In reality,
some of the other Miss England girls are training to be lawyers and
Years before she entered Miss England, Doctor Carina Tyrell from
Cambridge, who won in 2014, was raising funds for local charities.
Interestingly, Doctor Tyrell only finished her University exams the week
before competing in Miss World 2014. She said:-
going to get away from the fact that people are attracted to beautiful
things. Let's use beauty and do something with it. A Miss England must
be a beautiful ambassador for the country, it's not all about just
having a pretty face. To be beautiful, you must also be beautiful on the
inside and have a caring heart."
Not only that, in 2015, Kirsty Heslewood, Miss England 2013, was awarded
Freeman of the City of London for her incredible charity efforts.
Then we have Miss England 2017, the 1st English delegate to make the top
3, in Miss World, being placed as the 2nd runner up. Following the
result in Sanya, China, Stephanie Hill gained the title of Miss Europe
in Miss World, after winning the European contestant with the highest scores.
Stephanie has recently graduated with a 1st Class Honours Degree in
Oncology and Radiography. She is also a very impressive horse rider,
winning many events and gaining a placed at Horse of the Year Show
You don't need to have such an impressive CV,
so do not be put off, these are just a few examples of the girls who have become
We highlighted these to show that it really
"more than just a Beauty Pageant!"
Along with taking part in the traditional Catwalk
Style contestants are expected to:-
► Support and help local charities and events. This is a huge part of
being a role model. Supporting the local area is extremely important.
► Contestants are encouraged to raise funds and awareness for 'Beauty
with a Purpose,' the Miss World charity, founded by Miss World
chairwoman and CEO, Julia Morley.
► Arrange sponsored gifts to donate to charity. - The top fundraiser is
then named ‘Miss Charity.’
► Take part in a creative ECO fashion round. - Contestants are invited
to source an outfit made from recycled materials and make the outfit look
stylish on the catwalk.
► Compete in a sports round. - Miss England is keen to promote the
importance of staying fit and healthy. Contestants are invited to take
part in a Sports Round to find the fittest girl in the Contest.
► Complete a general knowledge quiz. - To be able to have a good grasp
on society and understanding of peoples thoughts and belief is key to
being an ambassador. For that reason, we look for contestants who have a
wide knowledge base.
► Submit a short video for the talent round. - Looking good and sounding
interesting is just a small part of what it takes. Presentation and
delivery are just as important, so the talent round helps judges see
confidence and the ability of a contestant to show a hidden side of
them. Talent is not just looking at entertainment. It could be sporting
ability, ability to save lives via CPR or....
► Miss Beautiful Hair - This is more of the traditional side of the
competition. Miss Beautiful Hair looks for the best hair care routine,
condition and style. This section is very important for anyone wanting
to be a model.
► Miss Publicity and Miss Social Media - This award goes to the
contestants who creates the most positive publicity for the causes they
are supporting and for the Miss England competition!
► Miss Billion Dollar Smile - Miss Liverpool City Region 2017/18 winner
Elli Wilson won this title in the 2017 Miss England Contest. This like
the Miss Beautiful Hair is a very important part of helping people into
the entertainment (TV/Film) and modelling industry.
Please remember that Miss England celebrates the achievements of
women and is looking for a positive role model to inspire others.
More information can be found on:-
was founded in
1951 by Eric Morley. The event started as a
bikini contest as part of the 'Festival of
Britain' national exhibition and fair that
reached millions of visitors throughout the United
Kingdom in the summer of 1951. The first event was
in fact called:- 'Festival Bikini Contest,'
but was soon dubbed:-
due to its popularity with the worlds media,
and its title given to it stuck, becoming its
official name. Things have moved on since the
bikini contest days and the focus has moved to
looking for ambassadors, positive role model to
inspire others, raising money for charity along the
way. Just like
Miss England, it strives to celebrate the achievements of women,
unlike the popular portrait within the mainstream
More information can be found on:-
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