Every day there are people all over the country who are determined to improve their local area.
Some people champion grass roots sport, volunteering or local enterprise. Others enthuse young people with a vision for the future which they might not have otherwise seen. They build communities and show us all just what can be achieved with passion and determination.
These are the kind of unsung heroes who make a positive difference to life in the UK.
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To give you an idea of the remarkable people who are improving communities, take feisty Silla Carron, who was honoured with a Pride of Britain Award in 2006.
People living in her estate were too frightened to act against junkies and gangs who were making their lives a misery in Camden, North London. But, spurred by her concern for her grand-daughter's future, Silla single handedly drove the addicts, dealers, prostitutes and violent youths away - even though she even received threats to murder her.
Our judges pointed out: "She went beyond fighting crime. She even took children into her home to re-educate them and give them another chance in life. Her achievements are remarkable."
Memorably, when she received her award from Noel Edmonds at the Awards, (pictured, right) she showed how she gets results by pointing to the then Home Secretary, John Reid, in the audience, grinning and saying: "I want a word with you later, sunshine!"
She secured her meeting with him...and the very next day was with him at the Home Office, voicing her concerns about how the government was fighting the drugs battle. She has also gone on to make a TV series The Estate We Are In where she travels around the country seeing how she can help improve communities.
Who will be the next worthy winner of The Neighbour of the Year award?
You may know someone who deserves the accolade. Someone who cares more about those around them than they do about themselves.