The winner of ITV News Anglia's Local Hero award will be revealed later today.
Over the last four days, we've been telling you the remarkable stories behind this year's four nominees.
The winner will go on to represent this region at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards in London next month.
The finalists were:
Robert Breakwell who has spent 25 years raising money for terminally-ill children in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Laurence Kidd, from Bramford in Suffolk, whose personal tragedy spurred him on to save the lives of others.
Lollipop lady Freda McMenamin who has been greeting children at Fen Ditton in Cambridgeshire since 1979.
And Karen Stock, from Shoeburyness in Essex, who started her high school's extended schools team eight years ago, runs a jobs club, debating group, and helps out at the local food bank.
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