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Bella Field has just won another award for her fundraising.

A 11-year-old girl, who raised £110,000 for a children’s hospice after her sister died of a brain tumour, has won a national award.

Ayisha Davies-Reaz has gained a Young Citizen award nomination

A student who promotes sport and outdoor activities at Redbridge College has been nominated for the Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Cricket coach Hassan Ahmed who has been nominated for a Young Citizen award

Passing the bat-on and teaching other young cricketers is no trouble for one 20-year-old.

Renee Stafford aged 12 sang at the SSE Wembley Stadium as part of the Rays of Sunshine Wish Choir.

A courageous 12-year-old put her day-to-day difficulties aside to raise cash for charity by singing in front of thousands of people.

Tray-Sean Ben Salmi

While many youngsters spent the summer playing outside, an 11-year-old used his time to perfect an idea to run workshops aimed at bringing fathers and sons closer together.

Young Citizen nominee Khaydien Anderson

Mixing while volunteering and holding down a full-time job hasn’t been a problem for a 22-year-old music producer.

Sepidah Islam has gained a Young Citizen nomination for selling home made cakes for charity.

With a batch of mouth-watering cakes to give Great British Bake Off stars a run for their money, a teenager held a bake sale at her school to raise cash for a children’s hospital.

Izar Abdgalil-Bores who has been nominated for a Young Citizen Award by his Mum for cooking and helping the next door neighbour in the garden

He may only be 11 and a long way from entering the world of employment, but for one youngster it is never too early to start mapping out a career plan.

Syed Asad Ali, known as Asad, manages the under 10s football at Frenford Youth Club

When a young man found he could not realise his dream of becoming a professional footballer, he turned his attention to helping others.

Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award nominee Charlee Lambourne at work at Redbridge College.

Despite suffering from a debilitating back issue, a teenager defies chronic day-to-day pain to reach an astounding 96 per cent attendance rate at her college.

Yannis Madu who has won a Jack Petchey award for his work

“I’m academic, he isn’t. It’s easy for him to get overshadowed and not get the recognition he deserves,” said Vanessa Madu, 16, who has nominated younger brother Yannis for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Vanessa Madu has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award

A teenager who “loves” helping younger pupils understand the complexities of maths and championing issues which affect youths has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen award.

Aniqah with her mum, Jilly, after she received her A-level results.

A student triumphed in her A-level exams despite visiting her mother, who is suffering from brain cancer, in hospital every single day.

Young Citizen nominee Joy Mbugua, of Goodmayes

With BBC One’s The Apprentice set to return to TV screens in October, a church decided to hold its own version of the popular show.

Rasnam Singh has raised a phenomenal amount of money for charity

Most 10-year-olds focus on toys and cartoons, but one youngster has other ideas.

Young Citizen of the Year nominee Floriane Fidegnon

A teenager who spends her spare time helping young children learn about technical subjects has been nominated for Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Dhruv Talati, 11, was still 10 when he sat the Mensa test

An talented young sportsman has surprised his parents by passing a Mensa test with the highest score possible.

Joshua Jacobs

A 16-year-old young scout leader has become an inspiring role model for his cubs after having discovered the joys of camping from a young age.

Gaya Aharon has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award

A teenager selflessly supported her best friend, who battles juvenile arthritis on a daily basis, to climb over the O2 to raise money for charity.

Laiba Khan, 15  is an exceptional STEM pupil and wrote a blog that has led her to win a trip to Apple's headquarters in America.

Not only is Laiba Khan on her school’s “gifted and talented” register for maths, she is also on a mission to become an inspiration for other girls.

Izzy Malin

Not many teenagers spend their free time thinking about how to raise money to help people.

Uma Baker-Bahl at Centre Court at The All England Club, Wimbledon, where she will toss the coin ahead of the 2016 Ladies’ Singles Final on July 9.

An 11-year-old girl who helps care after her disabled mum and aunt will soon have a dream come true.

Zoe Barry has been nominated for a Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award. Photo: Anthony Michael

Some people find it hard to deal with life’s challenges but one teenager takes overcoming day to day difficulties all in her stride.

Thersan Ganalingham, 14, Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award nominee. Photo: Anthony Michael

Walking from class to class, Thersan Ganalingham, of Perth Road, Gants Hill, noticed a recreational space at the school was not being used.

Praveen Kanapathypillai has been nominated for a Young Citizens Award for writing a book which is soon to be published

Many adults struggle to get a book published, let alone children, but one 12-year-old from Newbury Park has beaten the odds with his

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