A YOUNGSTER'S creative talents have seen her shortlisted for a national campaign.

10-year-old Hannah, from Silloth, has made the shortlist of the Coin for Respect Competition, launched by the FA and Nationwide Building Society.

In April, the two organisations set up a new initative to promote mutual respect on and off the football pitch, along with a national competition to design the first ever coin for respect.

The competition, which gained the support of England’s football stars Jordan Nobbs, Nick Pope, Beth Mead and Tyrone Mings, plus legends David James and Karen Carney, received over 400 entries, with Hannah selected as part of the final 11.

Their coin design was inspired by everyone involved in football and the fact that they all deserve respect. Hannah wanted to show that respect to them meant kindness and honour.

Hannah said: “My design shows players and officials of different nationalities and abilities all joining hands around a football.

"This illustrates what respect means to me, it represents that you should always treat others how you would expect to be treated yourself regardless of race, gender, nationality or ability. Football is an opportunity to treat everybody with kindness and respect.

“It’s great to be one of the 11 shortlisted designs and thank you to everybody who votes for me!”

The winner will then be announced during the week beginning August 9. Not only will the winning design be featured on the coin used across the country, but they also win two tickets to an England game at Wembley.