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Set up a charity supporting farmers with their mental 
health after her husband Dan took his own life

Heroes who have defended Britain for 100 years against threats ranging from Hitler’s Luftwaffe to Islamist terrorists

Teenage sweethearts Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry, from South Shields, were killed when a suicide bomber targeted an Ariana Grande concert last May. 

 A street sweeper for 35 years, Peter Woodmansey officially retired 17 years ago - but he still spends two hours every day diligently sweeping the streets of Darlington.

For many people the West End Food Bank in Newcastle provides a lifeline to surviving in austerity Britain. Set up by Michael Nixon and his late friend Steve Metcalfe in 2013 the food bank is now the biggest in Britain.

“Soil sleuth” has pioneered forensic techniques that have helped solve more than 100 crimes, and put some of the UK’s most notorious killers behind bars

Changing the lives of child amputees in Britain and around the world through a groundbreaking campaign for prosthetics and inspirational charity work

From the first paramedic on the scene to life-saving hospital doctors and nurses, the response to the Manchester Arena attack showed the NHS at its absolute best

The world’s oldest female solo skydiver, raising money and awareness for her pioneering charity work with disabled children and young people

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.

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