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All this week we've been meeting the nominees for the ITV Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year.
We've been celebrating people in our region who go the extra mile to help others - and they have all been fantastic contenders.
Our judges have confirmed the winners from the east and west of the region. A helping hand from 'Strictly' judge Craig Revel Horwood...
Now our latest Pride of Britain nominee. Each night this week we've been introducing you to someone special in our region.
Someone who's an inspirational fundraiser - who could get the chance to go to the Pride of Britain awards in London later this year. Sam Holder reports.
Now for our latest Pride of Britain nominee. Each night this week we've been introducing you to someone special in our region. Someone who's an inspirational fundraiser - who could get the chance to go to the Pride of Britain awards in London later this year. Tony Green reports.
This Pride of Britain nominee has pushed himself to the very limit - by running 44 marathons, in 44 countries in 44 consecutive days.
It's because Pete Thompson from Bournemouth wanted to raise money and awareness, as he feels mental illness remains a stigma.
He filmed his amazing journey and wrote a poem about the issue - to spread the word across Europe. Andrew Pate went to meet him.
Now another Pride of Britain regional award nominee - a fantastic fundraiser, Heather Morgan.
Heather began raising money for the Cancer Care Club at her local hospital after she was diagnosed with cancer.For almost 30 years she hasn't stopped - continually raising funds because she wants to give something back, and ease the journey of other cancer patients.
Sarah Saunders went along to meet her.
Five years ago, Darran Saunders lost her son Connor when he was fatally injured in an unprovoked attack.
But Darran, from Woodingdean in Sussex, vowed that something positive must come out of the tragedy.
Her tireless fundraising has provided life-saving equipment and training for more than sixty schools and sports clubs.
Now, Darran has been nominated for a Pride of Britain regional award, as Malcolm Shaw reports.