The 2023 Pride of Britain Awards are on their way – here’s all you need to know about this year’s ceremony.
Now in its 24th year, the latest Pride of Britain Awards will take place this week .
Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo will host event once more, honouring exceptional individuals who positively impact our world.
These awards continue to recognize the extraordinary achievements of people of all ages, including courageous children, life-saving emergency responders, inspirational fundraisers, and those who contribute to local and global betterment.
The event promises to deliver touching stories of resilience, emotional moments, celebrity surprises, and unforgettable experiences, once again captivating the nation’s hearts and minds.
The Pride Of Britain Awards airs from 8PM, Thursday 12 October on ITV1. You’ll be able to watch the ceremony live online and catch up via the ITVX.
Pride Of Britain Awards 2023 winners
This year’s remarkable winners were announced at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Outstanding Bravery – John Rastrick
Lifetime Achievement – Dame Averil Mansfield
Child of Courage – Ravi Adelekan and Freya Harris
Special Recognition – Alan Bates, Rob and Lindsay Burrow, Kevin Sinfield
Teenager of Courage –
TSB Community Hero – Marie Benton
This Morning Emergency Services Award – Duncan Tripp
GMB Young Fundraiser of the Year – Jack Rigby
Prince’s Trust Young Achiever of the Year – Tskenya-Sarah Fraze
For 2023’s event, there will be a special award in honour of the Windrush Generation’s contribution to Britain to mark the 75th anniversary of the Empire Windrush ship’s arrival at Tilbury Docks.
Carol Vorderman said: “The Pride of Britain Awards are a highlight of the year, it’s when we get the chance to hear some amazing stories and rightfully acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding work people have done in helping others.”