Prime Minister Theresa May today sent her congratulations to the winners of the Pride of Birmingham Awards.
When 11-year-old Cody Hartley read about the sudden and tragic death of 12-year-old Oliver King who suffered a sudden cardiac arrest during a swimming race she was determined to help raise awareness of the importance of defibrillators in schools.
When we announced our two regional award ceremonies at the start of the year we were inundated with inspirational stories of courage and bravery from Birmingham and across the North East.
Mia is ten years old and lives in Pontypridd where she is a familiar figure in her community due to her amazing commitment to fundraising.
Hot on the heels of our Pride of Birmingham announcement is the unveiling of our Pride of North East Awards in partnership with TSB.
We are delighted to announce that we have teamed up with TSB to bring the Pride of Britain to Birmingham this April to honour some very special people.
The Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards in partnership with TSB celebrate the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place.
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