- Evening ChronicleJun 12 10:16 AM
The Pride of Britain Awards was founded in 1999, to honour unsung heroes from all walks of life, and nominations are now invited for this year's event
- Press Association via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJun 27 11:55 AM
The streets of London were awash with a rainbow of colour as thousands of people gathered for the annual Pride parade - just a day after the US Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage across America.
- Daily MirrorJun 10 02:56 PM
The cast of Emmerdale farmed up support for the Mirror’s Pride of Britain awards as our 1,000-mile search for unsung heroes in the community arrived in Yorkshire today.
- The Huffington Post UKJun 27 05:49 AM
Thousands of people took to the streets of London for the annual Pride parade on Saturday with a little added bounce in their steps following the US Supreme Court's positive ruling on gay marriage across America. The United States flag will join Ireland and Mozambique's at the front of the march, recognising recent gay rights progress in all three countries. Central London will be awash with a ...
- Daily MirrorJun 12 01:54 PM
Stars of Hollyoaks have got on their soap boxes to urge the public to nominate their unsung heroes for the Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain Awards. Their calls were led today by Tamara Wall – Grace Black in the Channel 4 soap.
- Liverpool EchoJun 12 11:10 AM
The Pride of Britain bus tour dropped in on Liverpool's celebrities
- Daily MirrorJun 11 04:22 PM
Some of the biggest names from the ITV soap joined stars from the BBC to back our nationwide search for Britain’s unsung heroes. Les Dennis and Helen Worth, who play Michael and Gail Rodwell, invited us onto the cobbles to tell us why the awards, sponsored by Lidl , are so important to them.
- Gazette Live - TeesideJun 12 09:45 AM
The special Pride of Britain bus as it embarked on a 1,000-mile quest to find the country’s unsung heroes
- Daily MirrorJun 14 02:05 PM
He can only speak with the help of a computer voicebox, but Mustafa’ Tameme's wish is clear, he wants nothing more than for his baby brother to win a Pride of Britain award.
- The GuardianJun 27 12:37 PM
Event features protests against Northern Ireland’s stance on same-sex marriage and celebration of US supreme court’s backing The streets of London were awash with a rainbow of colour as thousands of people gathered for the annual Pride parade – the day after the US supreme court’s decision on gay marriage. With the sun shining, revellers dressed up for the occasion – with some in dramatic ...