A Bracknell student competing to be crowned Miss England will dive with sharks to raise money for very worthy causes.

Alina Green, 21 from Priestwood, is a student at Arts University Bournemouth and currently holds the Miss Dorset title.

She is partnered with We Do Ethical, an eco-conscious brand that promotes ethical living.

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Last year, the company asked its contestants to make an ‘eco-dress’ for the finals, and this year the goal was to raise money to encourage tree planting across the UK.

Alina said: “As Miss Dorset 2019 I did multiple beach cleans, helped feed the homeless, raised £9,486 for various charities such as the Chronicle Sunshine fund, made kangaroo pouches for those affected in the Australian fires, made scrubs bags and ‘button band’ mask holders for the NHS.

"I also made protective masks for the local vets, stood up for Black Lives Matter and educated myself, as well as just changing my lifestyle to be more eco-conscious."

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Due to the incredible fundraising Alina has done during her year as Miss Dorset – Kelly Levell (Miss Dorset's organiser) has extended Alina’s reign to another year where she will compete for the second time in the final of the Miss England contest.

She was the second top fundraiser of the year in the contest.

Daredevil Miss Green will take on her next fundraiser to swim with sharks.

She said: “My next fundraiser is doing a shark dive! As I have my open water PADI license I wanted to put it to use and challenge myself by diving and feeding sharks!

"Continuing as Miss Dorset 2020/21 I hope to carry on helping my community and raising awareness of fast fashion as well as helping with the collection of more tree planting pledges.”

So far this year, Alina has also collected over 800 tree planting pledges that not only offsets CO2 pollution, but also aids African families out of poverty and hunger, whilst increasing biodiversity for native wildlife.