We Do Ethical Living is a not-for-profit organisation inspiring healthy and ethical living across our county. They run four community programmes to tackle waste, educate and inspire people to be the change we need to see in our World. We feel it is important to support our local community and help make Dorset a greener, more sustainable county. Any event that does this we are behind!
That’s why, we have renewed our Sponsorship of the annual Miss Dorset event this year.
The flagship event aims to brings together like-minded people to celebrate the best of the best in the area. For the last few months, a selection of leading females has been competing for the 2019 Miss Dorset title. Carrying out eco-friendly tasks, charity work, and more, which has brought a real shine to the area.
On Monday 1st April, the finalist announcement took place at Lost Paradise, Bournemouth, and the worthy finalists were treated to an A-List Card, Bournemouth’s number one discount card and a live appearance from previous winners.
Making their way to the finals are: Zoe Llana Hill, Tiffany Line, Paige Annetts, Madison Crawford, Lydia Lydiate, Lois Saunders, Lauren Saunders, Laura Hesketh, Keisha Walters, Katrina Craig, Jamie Parsons, Harley Dady, Caja Toohey, Ashna Rose, Alisha Andries and Alina Green for Miss Dorset.
Representing the boys are Ross Millen, Oliver Reed, Liam Royce Ulla and Dominic Thomas.
Organiser of the competition and Founder of WeDoEthical and Love Dorset, Kelly Levell said: “We are thrilled to reveal our 20 finalists out of over 200 applicants for the Mr and Miss Dorset competition 2019. Our finalists are all ambitious, ethically-minded young people that are sure to make a change in our society.”
A special congratulations to all the finalists from us here at Saxe Coburg, we cannot wait to see you all at the Mr & Miss Dorset Final Contest, on June 6th at the Hilton, Bournemouth.