"Community Champions is where you can make a difference to young people's lives and it gives you confidence to do what you've always wanted to do."

As part of her Community Champions Social Action project, Becca delivered multi sports sessions at her local youth zone in Wirral, The Hive. This led to her becoming a long term volunteer at the Hive, volunteering three or four times a week and delivering anti-bullying sessions to other young people in her community.

"Bullying UK asked me if I wanted to carry on and be an Ambassador between the Hive and them... I want to be that person that young people can turn to, to have a chat with. You make a difference to young people's lives and you're giving them a friend they can rely on when they comer here.

I just want to say thank you to Dame Kelly Holmes for giving me the chance to make a difference in my community."

Neil Danns was Becca's athlete mentor throughout the Community Champions programme:

"She can be an inspiration to other young people in her community. As soon as she found out what project she wanted to do which was the Anti-Bullying campaign, she nailed it."

A huge thank you to everyone at Youth Fed, The Hive and Bullying UK who helped with the Community Champions project and in the making of this film.

Many thanks to Sport England for funding the Community Champions project. You can see more Community Champions stories here