Prizes recognise social action and humanitarian work by young people
A nine-year-old girl from the Isle of Man was among the winners at the annual Diana Awards, recognising young people's social action and humanitarian work.
Chloe Rollitt, who was born with epilepsy and cerebral palsy, has raised thousands of pounds for Manx charities.
The awards were set up in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, and this year's virtual ceremony included an appearance by Prince Harry.
Chloe's mum Jo said even the coronavirus lockdown didn't stop the young fundraiser helping others: