Anne Scarfe was given the Local Hero accolade for her work with the Plymouth group.
An 86-year-old has been telling Premier how delighted she was to receive her Pride of Britain Award.
Anne Scarfe was given the Local Hero accolade for her volunteer work with Plymouth Street Pastors, which sees her spending most her evenings out in her local town until 4am offering help and support to those who are on a night out.
She also volunteers at two different soup kitchens and a lunch club for homeless people.
She told Victoria Laurence on the News Hour why she does it:
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