Beth Tweddle is supporting Safer Internet Day
It is the fourth year running that the star has got behind Safer Internet Day, organised by the UK Safer Internet Centre, after experiencing trolling on social media and deciding she wanted to do something to help support young people who may face similar experiences.
“The internet is a great place and everyone should feel able to be themselves online. That’s why it’s up to all of us to play our part in creating a kinder and better internet. If you see someone saying mean or offensive things or bullying someone online, don’t suffer in silence – it’s important to tell someone, a friend or a trusted adult. Look out for each other and make sure you know how to block and report on social media.”