Following Paralympic GB's recent success in Tokyo, it was particularly good to visit the National Paralympic Heritage Trust this morning. The unique range of exhibits details the history of the Paralympics, which were born right here in Buckinghamshire, with the founding of the Stoke Mandeville Games in 1948 by Dr Ludwig Guttmann. The museum, at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, is highly accessible, with disabled people at the heart of all its work. It is well worth a visit on Sunday as part of Heritage Open Days.
Picture: Rob Butler views the exhibits with Chief Executive Officer of the Trust, Vicky Hope-Walker.