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Miss Caribbean UK


Welcome to Miss Caribbean UK Pageant

"Positively Promoting the Caribbean"


Miss Caribbean United Kingdom was set up as an event to promote all the different Caribbean countries under one umbrella. The event uses a pageant to promote, educate, inspire and celebrate the historical and cultural impact of the Caribbean within the United Kingdom.


Sitting within the diversity that the UK offers, Miss Caribbean UK (MCUK) attracts not only those from or connected with the Caribbean but others from African, American, Asian and European heritages, keen to enjoy the positive promotion of unity, colour, fashion, dance, gastronomy, music, culture and edutainment.


The pageant was created to inspire by example; those who feel disadvantaged and to empower them by showing them that, beauty is more than skin deep.


The MCUK organisers, Clayton and Jacqui Brown, have expressed that: “We want to be a vehicle, to assist in bringing the Caribbean and its diaspora within the UK, closer. We want the old and younger generation Caribbean descendants to recognise the influence and impact that the Caribbean Diaspora has had on UK culture and thus, appreciate the importance of retaining the link with their Caribbean heritage.”


To facilitate this objective MCUK holds heats across the UK. To date we have held heats and created contacts with BAME communities in; Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Sheffield, Bristol, Liverpool and London.


We want to ensure that this event continues to grow and includes the whole Caribbean community, both here in the UK and Internationally. This is more than just a pageant to us; it is a means to unite around a common cause.




We are therefore, pleased that personalities from; TV and film, music and politics are eager to support this cause.


We are delighted to announce that the Barrister and TV Personality Mr Shaun Wallace has agreed to become our first official Patron.  Known for being one of the Chasers on ITV’s quiz show THE CHASE where he has the nickname: The Dark Destroyer, Mr Wallace has made the following statement: "I'm delighted to announce that I've become a Miss Caribbean UK Patron. I attended the Miss Caribbean UK pageant last year and had a wonderful time and I think that Miss Caribbean UK is a really positive way to promote the Caribbean in the UK. It is tremendous to see such a wonderful cause grow organically and I look forward to seeing British women of Caribbean descent continue to being promoted in such a positive light." 


Miss Caribbean UK will be fundraising for the ACLT (African Caribbean Luekemia Trust) and Cancer Research UK because we want to help fund cutting-edge research to find cures, save lives, and support cancer patients move their lives forward. 


Please help us raise money for a good cause!


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