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Nominate your local hero for 2017 Pride of Britain award

Nominations are open for Pride of Britain 2017

Nominations are now open for the 2017 ITV Fundraiser of the Year – part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.

We’re looking for people with an inspirational story to tell – individuals who’ve really made a difference to others through their creative or tireless fundraising efforts.

Last year, Anglia East’s winner was Jane Allen, from Canvey Island. She set up a charity helping children with brain or spinal tumours, by sending them treasure boxes and funding holiday homes and grants.

Pride of Britain Anglia East 2016 winner Jane Allen

And last year's Anglia West winner was Luke Claxton from Huntingdon. Luke and his fiancee Faye have two children who both have a rare blood disorder. Luke raises money for the CLIC Sargent Children’s charity.

Luke Claxton, partner Faye and Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy at the 2016 Pride of Britain Awards

Your nominee will first be considered in the ITV Regional News round of selection. Each regional winner gets to attend the star-studded Pride of Britain Awards in London, where one of the regional winners will be crowned UK Fundraiser 2017.

Your nominee must be 16 years old or over as of 22 June 2017. Nominations close at 23:59 on Friday 25 August 2017.

If you’ve got someone in mind, head to and follow the links to nominate.

Terms and conditions can be found here