Nottinghamshire's seven district winners have been revealed for the 2016 4Uth awards, which recognise the outstanding achievements of young people across the county.
The inspirational winners are recognised for a variety of different areas such as outstanding achievement, caring for others, vital contribution within a local community and overcoming adversity.
The overall winner for Nottinghamshire was Cameron-Lei Ford, 15, from Calverton.
Find out more about all of the winners below:
- Gedling (and overall) winner: Cameron-Lei Ford, 15 - who has positively transformed his life and is now established as one of the youngest entrepreneurs in his community
- Ashfield winner: Brodie Colton, 18 - whose campaigning was instrumental in preserving Quarrydale Young People's Centre
- Bassetlaw winner: Bradley White, 12 - who is a fantastic role model and has continued to live a hugely active lifestyle despite a rare genetic condition
- Broxtowe winner: Dean Ferguson, 13 - who has battled through a hugely difficult period in his life to win a national debate to highlight mental health issues
- Mansfield winner: George Dove, 18 - who is a tireless campaigner and international ambassador for the JDRF, speaking to the US Vice President about the campaign
- Newark and Sherwood winner: Josh Turner, 14 - who carried his mother from his burning home in the middle of the night
- Rushcliffe winner: Ella Rose Greatorex, 12 - who lives with cerebral palsy but continues to excel as a swimmer and swam and cycled a mile for Sport Relief
For more information about the 4Uth awards, please visit: www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/4uth.