VIDEO: A charity from our region has won a special recognition at the Pride of Britain awards. Here is a clip from Tuesday's programme.
Jim Cook is our fourth - and final nominee for a Daily Mirror Pride of Britain award, and our search for a local ITV hero.
Jim Cook from Hampshire is a former addict who's managed to turn his life around - and has also helped many others.
He's done it through football, providing a focus and a purpose, for those struggling to manage. Rachel Hepworth went to meet him, and his team, on the training pitch.
Fiona Godfrey is the latest of our nominees for a Daily Mirror Pride of Britain award - and our search for an ITV local hero.
She's an incredible woman. Fiona and her fellow volunteers run special 'memory' classes for elderly patients with dementia.
For the people they help, it's a chance to talk about the old times - and a way of tackling the confusion of dementia. Sarah Saunders reports.
Graham Cridland is the second of our nominees for the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards, and our search for a local hero.
He gives up his spare time helping young people with learning difficulties and behavioural problems.
And how does he do it? Well as Charlotte Wilkins explains, Graham, from West Sussex, gets them hooked on fishing.
She's been described as an angel on earth, and for almost quarter of a century she's devoted her life to feeding the homeless.
Ma Smith leads a team of volunteers at a soup kitchen in Oxford, but what she offers is much more than just a meal.
She's one of our four nominees for a Pride of Britain Award who we'll be featuring this week. Rachel Hepworth has Ma Smith's story.