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Pride of Britain winner for ITV News Anglia East is Maggie Scorer

Maggie Scorer will represent ITV News Anglia East at the Pride of Britain Awards Credit: ITV News Anglia

TV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

There were four finalists from the Anglia East area covering Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk.

The judging panel selected Maggie Scorer from Orford in Suffolk to go through to the national Pride of Britain Awards later this month.

Maggie is a 66-year-old grandmother of eight who has been cycling 5,000 miles around the coast of Britain with her dog Oscar. She's been raising money for two charities very close to her heart.

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Pride of Britain winner for ITV Anglia West is Rebecca Griffiths

Rebecca Griffiths will represent ITV News Anglia West at the Pride of Britain Awards. Credit: ITV News Anglia

ITV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

There were four finalists from the Anglia West area covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes.

The judging panel selected Rebecca Griffiths from Hinchingbrooke in Cambridgeshire to go through to the national Pride of Britain Awards later this month.

The 33-year-old mum-of-two who was diagnosed with terminal cancer 12 months ago. Since then she's helped raise set up a running group called "Team Bex" and has thousands for a local cancer group.

Pride of Britain: Son's fund-raising tribute to the mum he lost to cancer

ITV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia East area covering Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Harvey McSloy from Stowmarket in Suffolk lost his mum to cancer two years ago when he was just 19-years-old.

Since then he's set up a charity in her name and raised more than 40 thousand pounds for local hospices including St Elizabeth in Ipswich and St Nicholas in Bury St Edmunds.

Click below to watch Liz Summer's story.

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV News Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and will be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia East area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

Pride of Britain: Mum's fund-raising drive in memory of little Chelsea

ITV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia West area covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes.

Emma Knighton from Irthlingborough in Northamptonshire lost her three year-old daughter Chelsea in 2009 to neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that mostly affects young children.

Little Chelsea wanted to help other young children with cancer and so Chelsea's Angels was born, a charity set up by Emma, which has since raised tens of thousands of pounds.

You can watch Sarah Beecroft's report by clicking below.

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV News Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and will be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia West area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

Pride of Britain: Mum with terminal cancer sets up running group to raise thousands for others

TV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia West area covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes.

Rebecca Griffiths from Hinchingbrooke in Cambridgeshire is a 33-year-old mum-of-two who was diagnosed with terminal cancer 12 months ago. Since then she's helped raise set up a running group called "Team Bex" and has thousands for a local cancer group. Liz Summers went to meet her.

Click below to watch Liz's report.

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV News Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and will be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia West area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

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Pride of Britain: Grandmother's epic cycle tour for charity

ITV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia East area covering Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Maggie Scorer from Orford in Suffolk is a 66-year-old grandmother of eight who has been cycling 5,000 miles around the coast of Britain with her dog Oscar. She's been raising money for two charities very close to her heart. Liz Summers went to meet her. Click below to watch our report.

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV News Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and will be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia East area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

Pride of Britain: Cheryl's mission to keep Milton Keynes healthy

ITV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia West area covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes.

Cheryl Palmer, a single mum from Milton Keynes, is one of the four finalists.

Cheryl is on a mission to keep the local community healthy, while raising hundreds of pounds for charity at the same time.

That's despite having to give up her nursing career because of her own health problems. Sarah Cooper has been to meet her.

Click below to watch a report on Cheryl's story by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV News Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and will be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia West area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

Pride of Britain: Essex mum 'cracks on' with charity work inspired by son who died of cancer

ITV News Anglia has been searching for unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia East area covering Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Nikki Bowdidge, a teacher from Essex, is one of the four finalists.

Nikki has raised £375,000 so far for a teenage cancer charity named after her son.

Tom Bowdidge died from a rare and agressive form of the disease at the age of just 19.

Click below to to watch a report on Nikki's work by ITV News Anglia's Wesley Smith

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV News Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and will be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia East area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

Pride of Britain: Lowestoft mum raises £70,000 for good causes after tragic death of her teenage son

ITV News Anglia has been asking viewers to nominate unsung heroes from across the region for the Pride of Britain Fundraiser Award.

Four finalists have been selected from the Anglia East area covering Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Elaine High from Lowestoft in Suffolk is one of the four finalists.

Elaine's son Taylor was 19 years old when he was killed in a car crash four years ago. Since then she's set up a fund in his name and raised more than £70,000 for the local community.

Click below to watch a report on Elaine's story from ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers

Films about the four finalists will appear on ITV Anglia between 7-10 September 2015 and be posted on this website.

A judging panel will decide which of the four will represent the ITV News Anglia East area at the Pride of Britain Awards later in the month.

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