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Last year we honoured Teddy Houlston who became the youngest ever organ donor when his brave parents made the incredible decision to donate his organs after he was born with anencephaly - a rare birth defect that prevents the brain and skull developing.

Leicester has a lot to celebrate this year, but before winning the Premiership they were already celebrating the diligence and perseverance of Anne Glover who took on drug dealers, muggers and out-of-control kids to bring pride to her city.

When Stacey Heywood's mum died suddenly when she was just 17 years old she took on the mantle of full time carer of her siblings and became Britain's youngest foster mum.

Daniel Gallimore's incredible heroism won him an Outstanding Bravery award at the first Pride of Britain Awards ceremony in 1999.

When Silla Carron saw her estate had degenerated into a haven for anti-social behaviour, drugs and gang culture, she bravely decided to make a stand to reclaim her North London community. It’s now been ten years since she won her Pride of Britain Neighbour of the Year Award so we thought it was a great time to revisit her to find out what’s been happening in her neighbourhood.

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