Angie Beasley is the director and organiser of Miss England. A competition which is noted for emphasising the importance of charity and humanitarian work. Angie and Professor Gatrad (Founder of WASUP) met in 2019 and immediately Angie began her commitment to WASUP, providing the contestants with an opportunity to get involved in WASUP and promote the dangers of plastic pollution through the platforms of their area titles. Angie is also actively involved in the ongoing preparations for the launch of WASUP in Leicestershire which is planning to go ahead later this year.
Isobel Lines (20) is the current Miss Black Country and a Miss England Finalist 2020.
In June 2020, Isobel accepted the role of ‘Chief Ambassador’ for WASUP. Her role involves actively demonstrating the 4 principles of WASUP alongside providing guidance and support to other ambassadors who wish to get involved in the organisation. Isobel and Professor Gatrad (Founder of WASUP) met in June 2019. Within the last year, Isobel has launched WASUP in Worcester, appeared on countless press coverages promoting the work of WASUP, attended events organised by Professor in Walsall and most recently, Isobel has ventured into local schools within the Black Country to present plastic pollution awareness sessions for pupils during a global pandemic.
Jennifer (16) is a Miss England Semi Finalist and will be competing for her place in the Finals on July 31st virtually.
Jennifer is the official York Ambassador for WASUP and within the past month has been highly active in promoting the project within her local community and all over the country! On Jennifer’s 16th Birthday, she wrote a letter to the Prime Minister raising the issue of plastic pollution and asked him to ‘Get WASUP Done!’.