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The Pride of Britain Awards have honoured some of the country's unsung heroes and those who have shown exceptional bravery.
Stars at the event spoke about their admiration for the winners.
Robbie Williams called 16-year-old Alice Pyne "inspirational".
The teenager, who has Hodgkin's lymphoma, has persuaded 40,000 people to sign up to be bone marrow donors.
Amy Nuttall, who plays Ethel in Downton Abbey, paid tribute to lifeboat volunteers, while X Factor's Tulisa spoke about the bravery of seven-year-old Ramona Gibbs.
The Bristol girl pushed her little sister out of the way of an out-of-control car, breaking her own leg in the process.
Lord of the Rings actor Ian McKellen and Take Me Out host Paddy McGuinness also said they were "humbled" by the winners' stories.