The 2021 Pride of Britain Awards are on their way - here's all you need to know about this year's ceremony.
Now in its 22nd year, the Pride of Britain Awards 2021 will air on ITV and ITV Hub Thursday, 4 November at 8PM.
Celebrities and public figures including HRH Prince Charles, Ant and Dec, Anne-Marie, Ed Sheeran, Pixie Lott, KSI, Harry Kane, Joanna Lumley OBE, Stephen Fry, Westlife, Jordan Pickford and Sharon Stone are among the stars to salute the nation's incredible unsung heroes at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2021, in partnership with TSB.
Hosted by Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo, more than 100 celebrities will honour the amazing winners at the Grosvenor House in London’s Park Lane.
As well as extraordinary stories of bravery, selflessness and phenomenal fundraising feats, there will also be plenty of surprises and emotional moments in store – with stars from the worlds of film, television, music and sport uniting to pay tribute to ordinary members of the public who have done truly extraordinary things.
Back in person, The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2021 will be even more important than ever this year as it celebrates the best people from around the UK, in what has been a tumultuous two years.
Pride Of Britain Awards 2021 winners
Lifetime Achievement - Rosemary Cox
Special Recognition - Rob Allen
This Morning Emergency Servives Award - Stephen Warton
Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser - Hughie Higginson and Freddie Xavi
Child Of Courage - Harmonie-rose Allen
Spirit Of Adventure - Max Woosey
Special Recognition - Gee Walker
Special Recognition - Oxford Vaccine Team
Environmental Champion - Amy And Ella Meek
Prince's Trust Young Achiever - Hassan Alkhawam
ITV Fundraiser Of The Year - Mark Ormrod
TSB Community Heroes - Rebecca Carless And Jamie Mccallum
Speaking about the 2021 ceremony, Carol said: "I think not having the awards event at The Grosvenor Hotel last year has given us a little chance to review and this yearyou’ll see it shifting a generation and I really, really love that.
"It’s still the Pride Of Britain Awards but it has this new flavour to it. Also this year we have an Environment Champion Award, which I’ve been championing for 30years. I think I was one of the first journalists to talk about climate change back in the 80’s and that’s brilliant."
Ashley added: "I feel like I've been a part of Pride of Britain for a few years now but the chance to host it next to Carol, especially after the last couple of years, is a massive opportunity. It's also a really positive show to be involved in so there is no reason why I wouldn't want to do it. It's such a great opportunity."
The Pride Of Britain Awards airs from 8PM, Thursday 4 November on ITV. You'll be able to watch the ceremony live online and catch up via the ITV Hub.
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