Time is running out to submit your nominations for our supplement that will celebrate the people going the extra mile for charity during the pandemic.

The Cumberland News is putting together a supplement to recognise the Sir Tom Moore's of Cumbria, the people who are giving something back to local organisations and charities.

Whether they have raised £50 for the NHS or £100 for the local food bank – they deserve to be championed.

Nominations have been rolling in with people wanting to shout about their parents, grandparents, children, neighbours, and strangers on social media.

Groups like Leave A Light On have been named time and time again for bringing community spirit into the hearts of Cumbrians during the pandemic, as well as the practical support they are providing to key workers and those in need.

Judy Bloxham from Carlisle has been nominated for doing a whopper of a workout on one of the hottest days of May that raised more than £350 for the St John Ambulance Service.

Logan Paul Murphy, 14, from Seaton, has also been recognised for raising money to support nurses by performing songs on Facebook live.

Chris Armstrong, from Carlisle, has been nominated repeatedly for supporting people in Carlisle.

We want to shout about the efforts of all the people going above and beyond in our supplement.

Email rebecca.henrys@newsquest.co.uk or message us on Facebook with details to tell us about all of the things that they have been doing.