Hosted by Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo, the awards will once again celebrate and honour the achievements of a truly remarkable group of people who have selflessly done extraordinary things to help those in need this year.
Celebrities and public figures including HRH Prince Charles, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Captain Sir Tom Moore, Alesha Dixon, David Beckham OBE, Dame Julie Walters, Marcus Rashford MBE, Kate Garraway, Ant and Dec, Katherine Jenkins, Stephen Fry, Dame Kelly Holmes, Anthony Joshua, Michael Sheen and Olly Murs will all be on hand to help celebrate 2020’s best of Britain.
For the first time, The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2020 will take the awards to the winners, with Carol and Ashley hosting the show from the iconic Royal Chelsea Hospital in London - home to our retired military personnel. Carol presides over the awards that will come in from the length and breadth of the UK, where a host of different celebrities and public figures will deliver each award to their very deserving winner.
The Pride Of Britain Awards 2020 airs Sunday 1st November at 9pm on ITV.