THEY’RE Britain’s selfless healthcare heroes – but at our dazzling Who Cares Wins awards, our nominees were the selfie centre of attention.
Celebs including David Beckham, Piers Morgan and Kate Garraway happily posed for snaps on Tuesday night with the real stars of our show. Our awards – sponsored by the National Lottery and aired this Sunday – recognise scientists, medics and ordinary people who have shown exceptional courage. Here Amy Jones, Clare O’Reilly and Lynsey Hope mingle with the celebs and nominees . . .
Former Chelsea star Frank Lampard met dedicated 999 Hero nominee Major Emma Allen, 38, from Tidworth, Wilts, who gave up nearly 800 hours of her own time to volunteer as an emergency co-responder during the Covid pandemic[/caption]
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Who Cares Wins awards
The Who Cares Wins awards honour those who have helped take care of the nation.
Here are the categories:
- 999 Hero
- Best Charity
- Best Doctor
- Best Midwife
- Best Nurse
- Groundbreaking Pioneer
- Mental Health Hero
- National Lottery Award
- Ultimate lifesaver
- Unsung Hero
- Young Hero
- The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm.