The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards took place at a glittering ceremony in London last night.
Among the awards presented was Local Hero which saw each of the ITV regions select a nominee.
Border's local hero was 19-year-old Jodie Vasquez from Carlisle who has a rare incurable condition but has raised over £11,000 for The Sick Children's Trust.
Jodie wasn't the overall winner at last night's event but thoroughly enjoyed the experience:
We have been celebrating the kindness and commitment of the finalists for our ITV Local Hero award - all of whom have gone above and beyond to help their communities.
Katie Hunter went to meet the ITV Border winner:
Our reporter Katie Hunter went to meet the final nominee for the Pride of Britain awards from the Border region - Jodie Vasquez from Carlisle.
Watch the full report below.
Aspatria Community First Responders have been nominated for a Pride of Britain award.
The team provide a vital service in rural West Cumbria, attending heart attack and stroke victims within minutes.
Parts of the area they cover are so remote it can take an ambulance up to 30 minutes to get to a casualty.
In situations where minutes matter the volunteer first responders can be the difference between life and death.
Watch the full report from Samantha Parker below.
Ann 84 year old woman from Dumfries & Galloway is one of our four shortlisted nominees for the title of ITV Border's local hero that we are showcasing on Lookaround this week.
The winner will be announced on Friday and go forward to the national Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards in London later in the year.
Rosalind Grant, who lives just outside Dumfries, has spent over 60 years as a volunteer, supporting people with multiple sclerosis and she set up the local branch of the MS Society in 1953.
Lynda Boyce, volunteer development manager for the MS Society nominated Rosalind for her passion and commitment, as Kim Inglis reports:
The 15th annual Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards will take place next month - celebrating the exceptional actions of ordinary people.
Someone from the Border region will be going as our very own Local Hero.
You have been nominating who you think deserves the award and an invitation to the star-studded ceremony in London.
We have shortlisted four Border finalists and all of this week we will be telling you why they have been nominated.
Ryan Dollard reports on our first - Julie Crosbie, from Carlisle.
Watch his full report below.