Deadline approaching to find a charity fundraiser from the Anglia region who is the Pride of Britain

  • Kym Marsh is the regional host for the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2020

ITV News Anglia is celebrating the region's unsung heroes and we need your help.

Every year, we select someone to represent our region in the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards and this year, despite the pandemic, is no different.

We're looking for the ITV Regions Fundraiser of the Year - and you just might know who that is.

They could be loyal supporters of our cherished charities and good causes, or perhaps they're someone who dug deep during this year's pandemic crisis to help out their local community.

Whoever they are, we want to hear about them. You can nominate someone by going to itv.com/prideofbritain.

There are also nomination forms in the Daily Mirror newspaper.

This award is for an individual only and the person you nominate must be aged 16 or over and be available to be filmed and have their story told on ITV regional news.

If you or your nominee are under the age of 18 please get permission from a parent or guardian before you nominate.

Nominations are open now and close at midnight on Friday 28th of August.

Fitness instructor and firefighter Wayne Marshall and pub landlord Paul Sandford represented the west and the east of the Anglia region at the 2019 Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards. Credit: ITV News Anglia

In 2019, Wayne Marshall and Paul Sandford represented the west and east halves of the ITV News Anglia region at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.

Paul Sandford runs a pub and a chip shop in Dereham, Norfolk, but he's so much more than a landlord. He has raised thousands for charity.

Wayne Marshall is a fitness instructor and on-call firefighter from March in Cambridgeshire. He spends most of his spare time raising money for the MAGPAS Air Ambulance.