It is incredibly humbling to witness the sheer determination and incredible journeys of tonight's heroes.  I am absolutely thrilled to be part of these wonderful celebrations.
Last year our Teenager of Courage was the remarkable Sohana Collins – we caught up with her again a year on to see how life has changed.   You may remember that Sohana has a rare skin condition called recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa – or EB for short. This genetic condition makes her ...
In 2010 twelve-year-old Cameron Small won our Young Fundraiser of the Year Award and famously pied Cheryl Cole on stage! We caught up with him as he turned 18 to find out what he’s up to now. Despite suffering from a rare blood disorder which has seen him spend too much of his young life in ...
Pride of Britain is such an incredible event - and I have always felt so humbled to be part of it.  It is a night that makes you realise just how brave and selfless people of this country can be.  It truly is an event that Britain can be extraordinarily proud of.
Pride of Britain is a truly inspirational night.  I'm always in awe at the heroism and selflessness being recognised here.  It's very special.
These people give you faith in human nature.  This is what an awards ceremony should be.
People sometimes ask, 'What is a hero?'  Well, it's these people who are the true heroes.  They are totally selfless and think of others first.
It’s the final day of our amazing whirlwind tour around the country in search of Britain’s incredible unsung heroes. Today we are back in London to see some famous faces, gather nominations and spread the word that the deadline for entering is looming. We started our morning at the ITV Studios ...

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Right now, there are people going about their everyday lives in towns and villages all over the country, who have no idea that in a few months, they will be the stars of the most amazing night of the year.
Thousands of ordinary people right across Britain do extraordinary things every day, in so many ways, to help each other in their local communities. Starting from today, we all have the opportunity to make sure these local heroes have their actions and dedication recognised.
Britain’s Got Talent stars Simon Cowell and David Walliams today helped launch our search for the nation’s unsung heroes.
Good deeds, selfless acts and inspirational stories all too often go unseen and it is incredibly humbling to see the sheer determination and incredible journeys of these heroes.
Every day, in communities across the length and breadth of our land, men and women, young and old are showing extraordinary courage and character to achieve things that would leave even our greatest Olympians looking on in awe.

Winners | 2015

Schoolgirl was inspired to raise more than £20,000 for charity after both her dad and brother were diagnosed with serious illness
ITV regional news programmes asked viewers to nominate inspirational fundraisers in their area
Joanne and Dan Thompson, who have won a special recognition award for achieving a change in the law (for all new nursery nurses and pre-school staff to undertake paediatric first aid training), after their daughter Millie died when she choked on mashed potato at nursery
The moment that turned ordinary mum Alice Burke into a crime crusader came as she walked home after an evening at bingo.
Joshua Williamson feared his father Tommy was dead when he found him slumped on his bedroom floor. His heart had stopped.

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