Miss European

"Miss European is special in that it is not just about beauty on the outside, but the beauty that comes from within" - John Trickey, Chief Executive Officer


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Miss European 2017 /2018

Melissa Douglas (Scotland)

Team Dance

2017 MALTA

2016 MALTA

2015 MALTA

2014 PORTUGAL

2013 PORTUGAL

2012 SCOTLAND

2011 PORTUGAL

2010 ENGLAND

2009 MALTA

2008

2007

2006



Charity Team

2013 ENGLAND

Miss European

2017 MELISSA DOUGLAS

2016 SHARRON

2015 EMMA FRANKLIN

2014 DARCIANA

2013 KERRY-ANNE VINSON

2012 DEONA ROBERTSON

2011 RACHAEL TATE

2010 KATRINA PAVIA

2009 MELISSA VINGERHOED

2008 KATHY GYSELS

2007 AMY FULLER

2006 SASHA BUCKINGHAM

2005 LAURA LIVESEY

2004

2003 CINDY

2002 BERNICE

2001 WENDY CORNELIUS

2000 EMILIE LALYSSIE

Country

SCOTLAND

NETHERLANDS

WALES

PORTUGAL

ENGLAND

SCOTLAND

WALES

MALTA

BELGIUM

BELGIUM

ENGLAND

ENGLAND

WALES

FRANCE

FRANCE

BELGIUM

BELGIUM

FRANCE

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Sponsors

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Miss European Joint Venture Agreement

Miss European is able to offer Team Joint Ventures to approved  persons

or organisations that wish to operate a European Team within the Miss European Group.


Agreements are issued on an annual

joint venture arrangement. Should there be more than one application

for a Team. This will be decided by the General Manger

(Chief executive officer Miss European.)



Current Qualifying Teams 2018


Belgium

England

Italy

Malta

Netherlands

Portugal

Scotland

Wales


New franchises will be available December 2017

for the 2018 competition of Miss European.


In the event that two or more managers apply to run one country's team,

a vote will be taken by the founding members of Miss European.

For a team application form, franchise agreement,

further details and all other queries,

please contact (during normal office hours):



Mr John Trickey
Miss European
Voice: +44 01304 364479
Moblie: +447890942914
79A Blenheim road KENT
Deal   CT14 7DE
United Kingdom
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About



Miss European is a competition designed to select young ladies every year to travel within Europe representing their country on an international stage.


Any young lady is eligible for selection, as long as they are aged berween 16 and 30. After a rigorous selection process, a European National Team is selected consisting of Ten Team Members. The selection process hinges on various factors - articulation, deportment, charm and personality being just a few.


During the year-long reign, the Team Members will undertake various duties from attending civic functions to help promote charities and local and European business.


The Grand Final which takes place in a different country each year and lasts a week cumulating in a Team Dance Final, and the Miss European Final night consisting of three rounds, Clubwear, Swimwear and Evening Wear. Three girls are selected from each country and then the top girl The European National Princess competes for the Miss European Title.


2016 has 9 diferent Countries 90 girls competing for the Miss European Title


All content copyright "Miss European All rights reserved. For a team application form, franchise agreement, further details and all other queries, please contact (during normal UK office hours):



Mr John Trickey
Miss European
Voice: +44 01304 364479
Moblie: +447890942914
79A Blenheim road KENT
Deal   CT14 7DE
United Kingdom

Eligibility



Competitors must be 16 to 28 years of age - the year of the Grand Final


Competitors under 18 years of age must supply written parental consent to enter this competition and if succesful, to go forward to the main competition to be held over Seven days, Six nights.

 


Competition and General Rules


Competitors who are succesful in their bid for selection, agree to attend the grand final

Where a title holder is unable to fulfil her obligations to the Miss European (England) Ltd Organisation, for whatever reason, the runner-up will be offered that Miss European title.


All titles bestowed on the winning contestants (for the period of one year unless otherwise advised) remain the property of the Miss European (England) Organisation and may not be used without their written permission. Title sashes may only be worn by prior agreement with the Chairman or Secretary of Miss European (England) Ltd Organisation.


Competitors must have a current valid 10 year British passport, which must be valid for at least 12 months.

Title-holders in the Miss European Competition will place themselves under the direction of their appointed chaperone(s) , who will provide guidance with regard to protocol and other matters.

Competitors will need to supply the neccessary costumes and accesories for each applicable round of the competition.

Competitors successful in their qualification will be expected to maintain a satisfactory level of deportment throughout their year as title holders.






Family members only will be allowed to accompany competitors, subject to space, prior application and comittee approval. Friends and Partners are not eligible.

Contact with the press or other related media re: Miss European has to have the full consent of the Miss European (England) Organisers.


The decision of the committee of the Miss European (England) Organisation is final, in all matters


Failure to comply with the rules and conditions listed herein may result in dismissal and confiscation of all titles and prizes won.


Competitors may only hold a Team England sash three times.


Any competitor who is succesful in obtaining the Miss European title is not eligible to enter the competition again.


Entry Fees, Sponsorship and Fund-Raising


Competitors who are successful in the English Regional selections and obtain a place on Team England must pay an entry fee (£500.00) to the Miss European (England) Organisation.


All Sponsorship collected is the property of Miss European (England) Organisation. All cash donations must be recorded on the official sponsorship forms provided. All cheques must be made payable to Miss European (England) and not to an individual.