Fulham Security Engineer Aiming To Be Miss England

23-year-old Emily Cossey has entered heats which are being held virtually

Emily has a first class Master's degree in Chemical Engineering
Emily has a first class Master's degree in Chemical Engineering

A cyber security engineer from Fulham is bidding to win this year’s Miss England contest.

23-year-old Emily Cossey works as a pre-sales Engineer after gaining a first class master’s degree in Chemical Engineering at University.

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, like many other events, the Miss England contest has found different ways to continue!

The competition which ran virtually during lockdown developed its own app which can be found on either the Play Store for Android or the App Store for Apple. Judges will see the efforts of the contestants and the public will be able to help select the heat winners by voting on the app. Emily would love to receive the support of people from the Fulham area.

The 2022 finalists will be selected from thousands of entries virtually with a final later in the year as an event live.

Twenty-nine contestants from across England have already been invited to submit videos to enter the first heat of 2022.

Each of the contestants are submitting an introduction & catwalk video and will have the option of submitting a talent video for an additional round.

The contestants are also invited to support Ethical projects such as the We Do Ethicals Tree Planting project as the Miss England contest is hoping to make 70,000 Tree Planting Pledges by the time of the 70th Miss World. They will also be invited to get involved with www.WASUPME.COM – World Against Single Use Plastic in their local area to help stop the use of Single Use Plastic.

Plans to hold the Miss England 2022 final are dependent on circumstances but organisers intend to hold it in the summer.

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January 24, 2022