When 8-year old Bailey Matthews took to the stage at last year’s Pride of Britain Awards he literally stole the show.
Powerchair football hero Bradley Addison has won a Child of Courage Award at Pride of Birmingham.
Young Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma on the 7th of January 2013 at the age of just two.
Eleven year old Katie Mitchelson was playing at the park with her friends when a dog suddenly started biting children at random all around her.
After her mum collapsed and stopped breathing at home, Suzie’s extraordinary presence of mind saved her life
Blake was in the pool while on holiday in France with his younger sister Tilly, his mum Victoria and her husband David last year, when he spotted another child’s lifeless body at the bottom.
Emily was just nine when an aerosol which was thrown into a garden fire exploded, causing serious facial injuries.
After her life was transformed by a kidney transplant she was determined to thank the doctors and nurses who helped her
Heart transplant patient was instrumental in changing organ donation rules. Max’s Law will save up to 700 lives a year
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