Former British Army Staff Sergeant Tony was the first person to rush to the aid of PC Palmer, the unarmed police officer who was fatally stabbed as he attempted to stop terrorist Khalid Masood outside the Palace of Westminster.

Today we arrived at the Park Regis Hotel in Birmingham to greet our esteemed panel comprising of local celebrities Tony Iommi and Jamelia alongside ITV Central newsreader Sameena Ali-Khan, last year’s Lifetime Achievement winner Marcia Shakespeare, paramedic Darren Neeld, Jane Sutton whose inspirational son Stephen captured the nation with his fundraising and bravery, Padraig Carton from our partners TSB, and the Birmingham Mail’s Paul Cole. 

Born with half a heart and undergoing a record-breaking operation minutes after birth, Chanel Murrish is certainly a miracle; defying the odds and the predictions of doctors who feared she was unlikely to survive.

Last night celebrities from the world of film, football and TV joined the award winners at the Hogwart-esque Great Hall in the University of Birmingham for the Pride of Birmingham Awards in partnership with TSB.

Prime Minister Theresa May today sent her congratulations to the winners of the Pride of Birmingham Awards.

 

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.

Hot on the heels of our Pride of Birmingham announcement is the unveiling of our Pride of North East Awards in partnership with TSB.

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