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For the second time in her life Leisa Hodgkinson kept her head while all around were losing theirs.

 

Like most of her neighbours, Caroline Hobbs had spent years lobbying the council to build a bridge over the A249 which cuts through Detling, Kent.

 

Bob created a landmine disposal system to stop any more innocents dying in accidents.

 

Russell gave up his holiday to treat bomb victims and train the Bali fire service in rescue techniques.  The Bali bombing last October claimed almost 200 lives in the worst outrage since September 11, 2001.

 

To her pupils, Margaret Jellett is a devoted art and design teacher whose dedication and enthusiasm is an inspiration.

 

Six-year-old Kirsty Howard captured the nation's heart when she was picked as a mascot for the England team in their World Cup qualifier against Greece last year.

 

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