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Today we arrived at the Assembly Rooms in Newcastle to greet our judging panel comprising of local football legend Steve Howey, TV favourite Denise Welch, Paralympic hero Stephen Miller MBE, ITV Tyne Tees and Border presenter Pam Royle, Strategic Head of Operations for the North East Ambulance Service Douglas McDougall , TSB Area Director Bev Gibson, Pride of Britain Editorial Director Shiraz Lalani and last year’s winner Lynn Lucas. Our chair Darren Thwaites was unfortunately unwell so Chronicle Live Editor Helen Dalby stepped into the role to head up proceedings.

We're proud to launch this year's Pride of the North East Awards in partnership with TSB, and we need your nominations to find 2018’s deserving and inspirational winners of this incredible region. 

We are delighted to announce that our Pride of Birmingham Awards in partnership with TSB are back for 2018 and we need your help to find the most deserving and inspirational people to honour. Whether they have overcome adversity to help others, transformed the lives of people around them or displayed life-saving courage in a split second, they will make you proud to be a Brummie, and we want to hear all about them.

22 year old Alex Staniforth has overcome anxiety, depression, low self-confidence, eating disorders, bullying, epilepsy and stammering to raise over £85,000 for charity. This year he was shortlisted from thousands of people in the Pride of Britain ITV regional Fundraiser of the Year category after winning the Granada region award.

Speaker’s House was our destination today to honour our incredible TSB Community Partner Award finalists.

The nominations are now officially open for our Pride of Britain Awards in partnership with TSB. We are now in our 19th year and we cannot wait to read your amazing stories about incredible people who have affected your life across the country. We caught up with our host Carol Vorderman to get her thoughts on what the Pride of Britain means to her.

The Mirror’s Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, is back for the nineteenth year to honor the nation’s unsung heroes and recognise the amazing achievements of ordinary people. 

When Shelley Simmonds was given the devastating news that her son Fraser has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) she was determined to be an advocate for him and raise awareness and funds for his condition.

Growing up in Chitagong, now in Bangladesh, then part of Pakistan, Ram Prasad Sengupta could hardly have imagined his life today as a world-renowned neurosurgeon, honoured by royalty for his incredible work.

Devoted and defiant mum Lynn Lucas has raised more than £2 million for cancer research since the tragically early death of her son Chris aged 18 in 2000.

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