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The North East fundraiser known as Tony the Fridge has won ITV Fundraiser of the Year at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
Tony raises money for charity by running thousands of miles with a fridge strapped to his back. His award was presented at a star-studded ceremony in London by celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver, Paul Hollywood, and Mary Berry.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards will be televised on Tuesday, 7th October at 8pm on ITV.