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WATCH: Pride of Britain nominee Josh Kenny

Here's our third of the finalists in our ITV Fundraiser awards, which is part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.

Our Correspondent Hannah McNulty has been to meet Josh Kenny from Wigton in Cumbria, whose experiences with his autistic brother set him on a path to fundraising and changing perceptions:

WATCH: Pride of Britain nominee Wendy Brown

It's time to meet the second of the finalists in our ITV Fundraiser awards, which is part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards

Each year, ITV Border - along with other ITV regions - whittles down those unsung heroes you've nominated to four people who we'll be featuring over the next few nights.

On Friday, we'll reveal which of them is crowned Regional Winner. Along with winners from ITV's other regions, they get to attend the star-studded ceremony in London later this month.

Hannah McNulty has been to meet Wendy Brown from Hawick who is helping make a huge improvement in the number of people surviving cardiac arrests in the Borders. It follows the death of her own sister, killed by a heart attack aged just 35:

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WATCH: Pride of Britain nominee Gary McKee

It's time to meet the first of the finalists in our ITV Fundraiser awards, which is part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards

Each year, ITV Border - along with other ITV regions - whittles down those unsung heroes you've nominated to four people who we'll be featuring over the next few nights.

On Friday, we'll reveal which of them is crowned Regional Winner. Along with winners from ITV's other regions, they get to attend the star-studded ceremony in London later this month.

Hannah McNulty has been to meet Gary McKee, who ran 100 marathons in 100 days to raise an amazing amount of money for charity:

WATCH: Regional Pride of Britain winner gets his good news

Here's the moment our reporter Lori Carnochan paid fundraiser Jim 'Jazza' Boyle a visit in his Carlisle home to let him know he's ITV Border's Daily Mirror Pride of Britain regional fundraiser winner.

Do you know anyone who should be the 'Pride of Britain?'

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It's billed as one of the most inspirational events in the television calendar, and there's no doubt that the Pride of Britain Awards is the night for celebrating people who've done extraordinary things.

Well, now it's your chance to nominate one person who's very special, who goes above and beyond to help fund raise in their community, someone who deserves recognition and perhaps a night out they'll never forget.

Credit: ITV Border

Click here to nominate an individual or in branches of TSB.

The person you nominate must be aged 16 or over and available to be filmed and have their story told on ITV Border.

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WATCH: Border region finalist talks about Pride of Britain experience

Dumfries fundraiser Michael Pattie was invited to the glitzy Pride of Britain Awards in London, as the Border region's winner.

Find out what the man, who's raised more than £300,000 for charity, made of the event:

Pride of Britain finalist: 'I'm just a wee guy from Dumfries'

Michael Pattie, the fundraiser from Dumfries who was ITV Border's Pride of Britain winner, has been speaking about the night of the awards ceremony.

He rubbed shoulders with celebrities like Cheryl Fernandez-Versini at the event, which celebrates Britain's most selfless fundraisers:

I've always said I'm just a wee guy from a little town in south west Scotland.

To be down in London in the big city at a huge event was very surreal but incredibly enjoyable, and we had a great time."

– Michael Pattie

Michael Pattie has raised more than £300,000 for meningitis research charities.

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