An inspirational street dancer from Brentford is running out of space in his trophy cabinet after receiving yet another award.
Torron-Lee Dewar last night won the south-east region category in the Family Heroes Awards 2014, run by 4Children and Take a Break.
The 21-year-old was just 16 when he set up his own dance group to steer youths away from gangs on the Brentford Towers estate where he lives.
The Alliance Dance Unit (ADU), which meets at Watermans, in High Street, Brentford, now has more than 100 members and a waiting list nearly half as long.
The troupe's elite crew reached the final four at the prestigious Street Dance XXL UK and Global Championships at Wembley in September.
Mr Dewar, who received his award from TV presenter Richard Arnold at the ceremony in central London, had been nominated by a sister and a member of ADU.
"It was a great night. I heard lots of inspirational and emotional stories and was partying with all the RAF boys," he said.
Mr Dewar is no stranger to awards. In 2011, he won the Tenant Participation Advisory Service's (TPAS) southern region 'young tenant of the year award' for helping others on his estate.
The following year he was given the honour of carrying the Olympic torch.
The group is still searching for new premises in Brentford so it can meet the growing demand for places.
Having performed at the opening of Brentford's new market place in September, its members are now gearing up for a Christmas charity show at the Treaty Centre, in Hounslow, next month.
* If you think you can help with ADU's hunt for a new home, please email Mr Dewar at email@example.com