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Host Carol Vorderman tells Granada Reports all about her favourite moments. This year's awards show is on ITV at 8pm tonight.Read the full story ›
Deborah Dixon has been named ITV Granada's Fundraiser of the Year as part of the Pride of Britain Awards 2019.Read the full story ›
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Scott Cunliffe ran to every single Burnley away game last season, raising more than £60,000 to fund community projects across the country.Read the full story ›
Deborah Dixon lost her son Aaron to an undetected heart defect in 2011. She's now raising money to pay for heart screenings for young peopleRead the full story ›
Meet Brian Bennion, the retired teacher from Heywood raising money for children overseas.Read the full story ›
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The region's heroes were celebrated at the annual Pride Of Britain Awards last night.Read the full story ›
David Beckham and The Prince of Wales will lead the stars who will be honouring amazing individuals at the Pride of Britain Awards. Among those to be celebrated for their outstanding bravery include a Cheshire teenager who saved his father's life at sea, and a young girl from Rochdale who has raised thousands from her hospital bed.
The expert divers who risked their lives to rescue 12 Thai footballers who had become trapped in a flooded are also to be honoured at the ceremony.
Carol Vorderman is hosting the evening of special stories. She said:
"Pride of Britain is a very important part of my life. I'm thrilled that it's become a staple part of British culture.
"I never fail to be humbled by those who have often turned a tragedy into something pretty magnificent."
The winners include Child Of Courage Ella Chadwick, 11, from Rochdale, who has raised £3,000 for the hospital where she has been treated for nephrotic syndrome, which has led to her undergoing 40 operations. She has made hundreds of get well cards for other sick children.
Joe Rowlands, 14, from Nantwich in Cheshire, has been named as the Teenager Of Courage award winner after he dove into freezing seas to drag his unconscious father to safety after they capsized on a kayaking trip.
Penny Dean from Stockport will find out if she is crowned Fundraiser of the Year after winning the ITV regional award.
Over 25 years Penny has raised over £1.5 million to get people with restricted growth into sport. The Dwarf Sports Association, which she helped set up, holds national games each year to give people like her a level playing field.
Penny will attend the star studded national awards later this month in London. Only then will we find out if she's to be crowned the National Fundraiser of the Year.
The Prince Of Wales, Beckham and Simon Cowell are among the celebrities recognising the courage and dedication of award winners. Ellie Goulding, Michael Sheen, Amanda Holden, the cast of Strictly Come Dancing and members of the England football will be at the ceremony on Monday evening.