Miss & Mr Dorset



The Mr & Miss England contest is the most respected ‘Title’ in England. It is the only competition in the country to send its winner to represent England in the Miss World Contest, with a top prize of 100k. 

Each year We Do Ethical Living looks for brand ambassadors by discovering talented young change-makers who reside in Dorset to qualify for the national finals and use the prestigious Mr & Miss Dorset platforms for purposeful causes throughout the county.  The contestants gain skills in public speaking and are scored through taking part in creative contest days and by judges at the final event for the Eco Award, Ethical Vision Award, Fairtrade Award, Talent Award, Intellectual Award, Social Media Award, Top Model Award, Publicity Award, Entrepreneur Award, Photogenic Award, Charitable Award, Sportsperson Award, Personality Award, Popularity Award and the Smile In Style Award.

The Hilton, Bournemouth has provided the perfect backdrop for glamorous final event, with Fairtrade and Plastic Ocean Rescue event themes, selling out to high acclaim for the past two years. This year we will shining a green light on mental health issues and our guests will be treated to a bubbly reception, #WearItGreen fashion show, sustainable three course dinner, live music, dance acts, afterparty and a goody bag with an A-List Business discount card worth over £50!


Email photo to: missdorset@wedoethicalfashion.org


Award Categories:

Eco Award
Ethical Vision Award
Fairtrade Award
Talent Award
Intellectual Award
Social Media Award
Top Model Award
Publicity Award
Entrepreneur Award
Photogenic Award
Charitable Award
Sportsperson Award
Personality Award
Popularity Award
Smile In Style Award



Mr Dorset 2017/18

Jack Eyers is the first amputee to have ever won Mr England. He is a personal trainer, a blockbuster film actor, Men’s Health Magazine front cover model and team GB Paralympian for canoeing. He also works alongside the military, in casualty simulations He’s used his title to inspire others with disabilities to have ability to achieve their dreams and he promotes public awareness of two charities he is an ambassador for - Models of Diversity, which aims to increase body diversity in the fashion industry; and Limb Power, which helps amputees get into fitness. 

Miss Dorset 2016/ Miss Dorset & Hampshire ’18

Steph Wyatt is a law graduate at the age of 19. She is the first contestant in the history of Miss England to win two home county titles! She reached the top 10 at the Miss England finals and is focusing on ending period poverty in the UK and Africa. Working as an ambassador with We Do Ethical on a project to up-cycle reusable pads from waste fabric, Steph sends monthly sanitary product donations to those
who are most in need.

Miss Dorset 2017

Samantha Bumford broke the Miss England record for attending over 600 charity events in 18 months, earning her a new Miss England title ‘Miss Southwest Charity Queen’ She reached the top 20 out of over 22,000 contestants and came 2nd in the charity award round, raising over 4k for Beauty With A Purpose. Samantha is now an ambassador for many local charities in Dorset and donated the proceeds from the 5k she won as the team leader on a prime time tv game show called ‘Celebability’.

Miss Dorset 2015

Since winning Romy Simpkins has become a fashion designer, model, actress and supported others with their mental health being an ambassador for Dorset Mind Charity and is studying to become a counsellor. She has represented her country & the United Kingdom internationally in beauty pageants including Miss Global, Miss Galaxy, Miss UK, Miss Universe, Miss International, and is now competing at Miss Supernatural 2018.


Key dates to take note of for the Mr & Miss Dorset Contest. 


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