All this week we are featuring the work of amazing people who have made a real difference to the lives of those in their community. We asked you to nominate a "local hero" for the glittering Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, which take place in London next month.
Today we take a look at the work of Francine Levin, who, for two decades, has made dreams come true for children suffering from cancer. We hear from Jean Baum a former oncology ward clerk and Kerry and Ian Winter the parents of Libby in Mark Witty's report.
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The father of a British victim of the Germanwings disaster has urged airlines to take action to look after pilots "properly".
A brighter, mild but windy afternoon with occasional showers. Unsettled start on Sunday with a mix of sun and showers later, feeling cooler
British Summer Time begins on Sunday. We may lose an hour in bed but the sun won't set until around 7.35 pm on Sunday evening