Harry, from Great Barr, was on holiday in Barcelona last August when a terrorist drove his van into pedestrians on Las Ramblas, killing 13 people and injuring 130.
In a scene that could be plucked from a Hollywood movie firefighter Lyndon risked his life to balance on the top rung of a ladder to rescue a young boy dangling by his ear from a tower block window 40 feet above the ground.
Anwar Khattak, from Small Heath, started the Birmingham Youth Sport Academy as a way to get his nephews and their friends to take part in sport at the weekend.
James was a successful businessman in his 20s when doctors found a large tumour between his spine and kidneys.
Tilly’s brother Henry was born at Birmingham Women’s Hospital with a serious genetic disorder in April 2016.
Tristan is just ten years old but he has already raised more than £600 to help Birmingham’s homeless community.
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