Hannah Poulton, from Great Dunmow, had to create an eco-friendly gown for the semi-finals of the prestigious competition, as well as take part in a boot camp and an interview with the judges. The 17-year-old also managed to raise £510 for Beauty with a Purpose, a charity which raises money for humanitarian projects. Despite not making it to the final, the trainee beautician enjoyed the competition. She said: “It was a really good experience and I met lots of new friends. “I definitely want to keep enter

Hannah Poulton

Hannah Poulton - Credit: Archant

Bubble wrap, tin foil and plastic bags may not be the materials of choice when designing a dress, but they were the perfect fit for a Miss England hopeful.

Bubble wrap, tin foil and plastic bags may not be the materials of choice when designing a dress, but they were the perfect fit for a Miss England hopeful.

Hannah Poulton, from Great Dunmow, had to create an eco-friendly gown for the semi-finals of the prestigious competition, as well as take part in a boot camp and an interview with the judges.

The 17-year-old also managed to raise £510 for Beauty with a Purpose, a charity which raises money for humanitarian projects.

Despite not making it to the final, the trainee beautician enjoyed the competition.

She said: “It was a really good experience and I met lots of new friends.

“I definitely want to keep entering and hopefully make it to the final.”

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Pictured right is Hannah Poulton, who made it through to the semi-final of Miss England competition. Picture: Submitted