Robyn was just ten years old when she tackled a serial robber as he raided her family home.
Since Stephen’s death, his mum Jane has kept his legacy alive, taking on a range of tough challenges, including running the Virgin Money London Marathon and jumping out of a plane for the record-breaking Skydive for Stephen.
Mikey Akers was diagnosed with verbal dyspraxia, a rare neurological speech disorder, when he was two.
When former West Brom and Coventry legend Cyrille Regis passed away this month, tributes flooded in from the biggest names in the game.
West Midlands police officer Nicki Donnelly was seriously injured when a speeding motorist smashed into her car while she was on duty in 2009.
Linda Sandhar-Haynes, who survived more than 18 years of domestic abuse by her ex-partner, established 4 Steps to a Smile in 2004 to help women and children living in refuges.
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