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World of Miss Tees Valley Blog

By Miss Tees Valley Org, Sep 13 2017 08:58AM

Another fantastic year of the Miss Tees Valley competition is now over. The 2017 Live Grand Final, in association with the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough, took place on September 1st in the stunning ballroom of The Swan Hotel, Billingham. 2017 was the year of "Miss Tees Valley Rocks" and what a fun night we had with the themeing! The finalists took to the stage in their black leathers to a mash-up of Queen - We Will Rock You and AC/DC - Back in Black and definitely brought the house down! Our brilliant photographer for the evening, Chris Hall at Click-a-pic photography was also on hand to take some brilliant shots of our guests with every rock themed prop we could lay our hands on!! Our special guest performer for the evening, Danielle Ripley also dazzled the audience, performing classics from Kings of Leon and Coldplay!

This year we raised over £11,250 for Zoes Place, Baby Hospice, Middlesbrough!!! Bringing the Miss Tees Valley competition's overall fundraising total to over £58,500 for Teesside based charities since 2012!!!! WOW! A huge thank you to everyone who helped raise such an incredible amount!!

Before crowning our new winner, we said an emotional goodbye to Miss Tees Valley 2016, Ellie Tyers. What a fanastic representative for the area and role model she has been throughout her reigning year! After some lovely speeches and gift exchange, Ellie took to the catwalk for her final walk as Miss Tees Valley! Ellie was also part of our judging panel, alongside other former Miss Tees Valley winners, Ailish Shaw and Rebecca Ridsdale, Zoes Place Community Fundraiser, Rachael Willmore and guest performer Danielle Ripley.

Congratulations to Mollie Kell, 17, from Stockton on Tees who was crowned Miss Tees Valley 2017. Mollie also won the Miss Catwalk for a Cause Award having single-handedly raised £3,820 for Zoes Place and the Miss Congeniality award, for being the most friendly contestant, as voted for by the other finalists! 1st Runner-Up was Amber Lockett and 2nd Runner-Up was Lydia Booth!

No matter the result, all of the finalists looked and performed absolutely incredibly and we are sad to say goodbye to the Miss Tees Valley Class of 2017! We hope we will see some of you, if not all, compete again in future!

Thank you to our other main sponsors The Dressworx and Flawless Photography Studio, as well as all of our finalist sponsors, who's support allow the competition to keep growning year on year! And a special thank you to Make-Up artist Chantelle McGrath, who works with us anually styling our finalists so that they are stage ready!

Stay tuned for the Miss Tees Valley 2018 theme to be announced soon!! The 2018 Live Grand Final will take place on Friday 31st August at The Swan Hotel Billingham!

By Miss Tees Valley Org, Jul 13 2017 10:14AM

Miss Tees Valley 2015, Rebecca Ridsdale is currently in sunny El Gouna, Red Sea Resort representing England at the Top Model of the World international finals!!! Rebecca won the 2 week, 5 star, all expenses paid trip, after representing the Tees Valley at the Supermodel England National Final in November 2016.

Rebecca and over 50 other delegates from around the world are spending the two week competition staying in the 5* Ancient Sands Resort & Spa and have been treated to an incredible amount of fabulous activities, as well as taking part in photoshoots and fashion shows!! The ladies have been ocean diving in the red sea to swim with dolphins, visited the desert and rode camels, taken part in watersports and pool parties and have been to a traditional Egyptian entertainment evening!!

Over the past 10 days we have been so happy to hear from Rebecca that she is having an incredible time and has made some fantastic friends from across the globe!! The Live Grand Final is taking place tomorrow night (July 14th) and whatever the outcome, we are so so proud of Rebecca who has represented England and the Tees Valley incredibly!!! Rebecca will be wearing a Jasz Couture dress from The Dressworx, Hartlepool during the live grand final!!! The top prize is $10,000 cash and other prizes worth $20,000!!!

Rebecca will be flying back to Newcastle on July 17th, as a true winner, with or without the international crown!!

By Miss Tees Valley Org, May 9 2017 12:20PM

Since our formation in 2012, the Miss Tees Valley organisation has been an avid supporter of raising awareness for environmental issues. Each year we see our incredible finalists model their hand-made ‘Eco Wear’ creations on the catwalk at the Live Grand Final to promote recycling and reusing. Over the years we’ve seen sensational designs that wouldn’t look out of place on the runways of London, Milan or Paris, made from: newspapers, plastic bottles, old CDs, bubble wrap, sweet wrappers, and old christmas decorations, just to name a few!

For the 2017 competition, we decided to swap the catwalk for the camera, with our 2017 finalists, alongside our reigning winner, Miss Tees Valley 2016, Ellie Tyers stepping in front of the lens for the photographic campaign, “The World is in our Hands - Refuse, Reuse, Recycle”, Shot at Crimdon Beach, Hartlepool.

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By Miss Tees Valley Org, May 4 2017 04:42PM

2017 is now in full swing so we have decided to share some of our favourite pageant dress designs from this seasons new collections!!! This year we are LOVING the American designers: Jovani, MacDuggal, Rachel Alla and Terani!! All of which have dressed the worlds top beauty queens and contestants!!!

We've chosen our favourite 10 from the New Collections to show you!

Jovani (Top Furthest Left)

This timeless navy dress with unique fishtail ruffle design is guaranteed to give the wearer fantastic shape, no matter of body shape!

MacDuggal (Top 2nd from the left)

This lilac dress is argueably one our favourite dress colours, EVER! Even more stunning in real life this dress is definitely a head turner and one to get everyone talking!

MacDuggal (Top Middle)

The silver jewels on the bodice of this gown give this unqiue design a fabulous sparkle for the stage!

Rachel Allan (Top 2nd from Right)

We love the unique skirt on this white two-piece and the jewels on the top for added sparkle!

Jovani (Top Right)

This gown has to be seen in real life to truly appreicate the drop dead gorgeous combination of the blush and gold colouring!! This gown is a true show stopper!!

Rachel Allan (Bottom Left)

Rachel Allan have added glamour to the classic ballgown design with this glam red gown!!

Rachel Allan (Bottom 2nd from the left)

This emerald green two piece is another stand out colour, if you want to be noticed on stage!! The jewels on the top finish this design off perfectly!

Terani (Bottom Middle)

This dress is possibly our absolute favourite for 2017!!! Such a unique design, we love the gold detail and this dress can really be 'worked' on the catwalk!!!

MacDuggal (Bottom 2nd from Right)

This classic chiffon dress is super flattering on ALL body shapes! The thigh-high split also adds that extra bit of glam!

Jovani (Bottom Right)

Blush is one of the hot colours for 2017, be spot on trend with this ruffled fishtail Jovani!

All of these stunning gowns, plus hundreds more are available now at our incredible dress partner, The Dressworx! All of our lucky Miss Tees Valley 2017 finalists receive a generous 15% discount in store and our 2017 winner will also win a £100 gift card!! Wow!!

The Dressworx, 231 York Road, Hartlepool.

By Miss Tees Valley Org, Jan 19 2017 04:37PM

Miss Tees Valley 2016, Ellie Tyers takes part in the incredibly important Smear for Smear Campaign.

The Smear for Smear campaign from Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust urges women to smear lipstick on to their faces, take a ‘selfie’ and share it on social media with #SmearforSmear and @JoTrust. They are encouraged to nominate others to do the same, to highlight the importance of smear tests to combat cervical cancer.

The charity says cervical screening saves 5,000 lives a year yet one in five women who are eligible to attend do not take up their invitation. For young women aged 25 to 29 this rises to one in three.

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust comms manager Maddy Durrant said she believed "hundreds" of posts had been published already since the campaign was launched on Sunday.

Cervical cancer can be prevented.

Join the campaign at 11am on 22 January 2017 and share your #SmearForSmear to raise awareness of the importance of smear tests in preventing cervical cancer. The campaign runs from 22-28 January during Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.