Campbell is a young man who has been part of his local community since his birth. He is an all round sportsman, having played mini rugby, junior tennis, football- playing for Edinburgh and Border teams and has been the youngest club champion of West Linton Bowling Club. He has been inspirational in starting up the Linton Hotspur football team again after 40 years. He was only 23 years old and working in a very demanding job in asset management. His vision was to start the club again but most importantly form a youth development scheme linked into the Hotspur ethos. Campbell carried out all negotiations with the local council for lease of land and there were various events to raise money for the purchase of services and portacabins. It has been an amazing success, the club has now completed 2 seasons and have an under 17 team and recently had 80+ children at their new season children's training session. Campbell is hard working, taking on a lot himself with enthusiasm and professionalism. It has been great for this community with a large number of spectators at each game both at home and away to matches in the Borders league. He is personable and motivational with a great sense of humour and has worked hard to obtain sponsors. The Hotspurs are also keen to help out with other local events such as our festival week. Given the opportunity Campbell would be a proud but modest Olympic Torchbearer, representing our community of West Linton and the Scottish Borders! I was ONE of the youngest club champions at West Linton Bowling club, not the youngest. Campbell, with support of a hard working committee, undertook negotiations with the local council and raised funds.