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Renée-Mai will be honoured at the Pride of Britain Awards 2014 after she showed incredible bravery during the terrifying, eight-hour ordeal.

 

Jack, 11, will be honoured at the Pride of Britain Awards 2014, after he saw the bull mastiff attacking his mum and baby brother, and couragously made himself a target instead.

 

Joshua Williamson feared his father Tommy was dead when he found him slumped on his bedroom floor. His heart had stopped.

 

Tom was plunged into a life or death situation when a raging bull attacked his dad, tossing him into the air like a rag doll and trampling his body.

When a fire in a bin suddenly exploded in a fireball, 12-year-old Aimee reacted quickly and decisively. Without panicking, she rushed to the aid of seven children, saving at least three from serious harm.

Despite losing his sight to cancer, eight-year-old Kelsey Trevett, eight, has refused to let blindness restrict him, becoming a champion for the rights of other disabled youngsters.

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