The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards celebrate the people who transform the lives of people around them. Among the winners will be the ITV Local Hero, nominated by you for their work in communities.
A few months ago we asked you to nominate people worthy of the ITV Local Hero award for their work in London's communities. The winner will go to the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards next month.
Today we meet Eleanor Botwright who over the last 40 years has raised an £12 million to build Community Centres across London.
Among them is the Castlehaven Community Centre in north London which has developed into a four acre site. It offers writing classes, music production, careers guidance - but more than anything Eleanor says it brings people together.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards help celebrate the people who make a difference. Earlier this year we asked for your help to find a winner of the ITV Local Hero award, a special person who works tirelessly in their community. This week we're meeting the finalists.
Christina dedicates her time to helping elderly and vulnerable people in Lambeth enrich their lives by getting to grips with modern technology.
Christina Burnett is behind 'Digital Tuesdays' at the South Lambeth library. Across the road elderly residents from a sheltered housing scheme also get to grips with laptops and filming equipment. Christina wants to show people how modern technology can make a difference.