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The nominations are now officially open for our Pride of Britain Awards in partnership with TSB. We are now in our 19th year and we cannot wait to read your amazing stories about incredible people who have affected your life across the country. We caught up with our host Carol Vorderman to get her thoughts on what the Pride of Britain means to her.
Paul Pester, Chief Executive of TSB
Rt Hon Theresa May Mp

About our 2017 winners

Police officers heroically tackled knife-wielding terrorists to save lives, exemplifying the courage all police officers display every day.
In the aftermath of the devastating tower fire, the people of Grenfell and the wider community united to offer help, support and shelter to those left bereaved and homeless
Civil rights pioneer led a victorious boycott against racist bus company bosses in 1963, paving the way for Britain's first race laws
London’s firefighters went above and beyond the call of duty to save lives when Grenfell Tower was devastated in Britain’s worst fire since the Blitz
From the first paramedic on the scene to life-saving hospital doctors and nurses, the response to the Manchester Arena attack showed the NHS at its absolute best

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The Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards in partnership with TSB celebrate the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place.

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