The Royal Life Saving Society UK is delighted to be supporting this year’s Pride of Britain Awards, sponsored by the Daily Mirror, and they’re already on the look-out for everyday heroes.

Regularly attended by royalty, the Prime Minister, and leading politicians, as well as more than 100 of the biggest stars of show business and sport, Pride of Britain is the most prestigious and best-known event of its kind. This year marks the 21st year of the glittering awards ceremony, with plans set to make it their most ambitious TV show to date.

Now, they want to hear from YOU – our operators, members, clubs, branches, and volunteers – and the everyday heroes you think should be nominated.

Deadline for nominations is 28 August 2020 but the sooner you submit your choices, the more time there is for them to be researched and shortlisted.

Find out more and nominate, here:


Outstanding Bravery

For adults who risk their own safety to help others in danger.

Child/Teenager of Courage

For battling against the odds to help others or putting themselves at risk to save someone in danger.

Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year

To reward a young person aged 16 or under, for inspirational charity work.

This Morning Emergency Services Award

For police, fire, ambulance, paramedics or air, sea or mountain rescue who have gone beyond the call of duty to help others.

TSB Community Spirit Award

For someone who goes to remarkable lengths to help others lead their best life.

ITV Fundraiser of the Year

For tireless and inspirational charity fundraising, over the age of 16.

Lifetime Achievement

To recognise far-reaching achievement, possibly on a national or international scale. 

Special Recognition

For achievements not covered in other categories, such as inspiring carers, campaigners, and members of the armed forces.