The award ceremony celebrates the courage of children coping with serious illnesses or complex conditions and honour the dedication of professionals who go the extra mile to help sick children and their families.
Nine year old Nellie-Mai from Warcop near Appleby, was awarded the most inspirational young person in the 7-10 age category after being born with a heart condition that meant she needed a heart transplant at just 11 months old.
Since then Nellie-Mai has battled cancer, suffered several strokes and has ongoing epilepsy.
She continues to amaze doctors, family and friends by beating all the odds against her.
Sarah Lofthouse is a Teaching Assistant at Warcop C of E Primary School.
Nellie-Mai was seriously ill in hospital and not expected to survive when foster carers Jeff and Sarah Evans agreed to care for her during her final weeks.
Nellie-Mai quickly responded to the family’s love and attention and her condition began to improve.
She has won a special place in the heart of everyone in her new family and all those she meets through her cheeky sense of humour, caring attitude and incredible lust for life.
Along with all the night's award winners, Nellie-Mai met HRH Prince Harry who is Patron of the WellChild charity.
He spoke to Nellie-Mai and her adoptive father Jeff before playing balloon tennis with the award winner.
Speaking at last year's event, Prince Harry said:
Some civilian staff are holding a one-day strike at the Warcop army training base, near Appleby.
The action is part of a national campaign against proposed redundancies at military ranges across the UK. The staff work for Landmarc Support Services - the Unite union says changes have been pushed through prematurely.
The company says it's disappointed Unite members have voted to strike. It says its first concern is the safety of staff and the public at Warcop and it'll continue to work with the unions to reach an agreement.
Civilian staff at Warcop military training base, in Cumbria, are striking over proposed redundancies.
Unite members working for Landmarc Support Services are holding a picket outside the base.
They're warning staff redundancies at military bases could pose a risk to public safety.
A small village near Appleby-in-Westmorland is celebrating the building of its new village hall.
Many people in Warcop feel the village has lost its community spirit in recent years so half a million pounds of lottery money to build a new hall has gone down well. Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
Building work has started on Warcop's new village hall, near Appleby in Cumbria.
The old one fell into disrepair after the area was affected, financially, by Foot and Mouth disease in 2001. Some residents say it will give young people a place to go.
Work has begun on a new village hall in Warcop, near Appleby, after five years of planning and fundraising.
The project received £500,000 of lottery funding at the end of last year, as the old hall was run down and difficult to heat.
The new hall is expected to be open for business in May 2015.
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed that one soldier has died and another has been injured in an incident at an army training base in Cumbria.
The accident happened at the Warcop Training Centre near Appleby, with local reports suggesting it occurred when a vehicle rolled over.
The family of the dead soldier has been informed and an investigation is underway.
A soldier was injured when a gun exploded at the Warcop training range near Appleby.
The man, in his 20s, suffered superficial chest and hand injuries. He was treated by paramedics before being flown by air ambulance to hospital in Carlisle. His injuries aren't life threatening.