The legacy of the Paralympics was to encourage more people with disabilities into sport and more than a year on, a charity in the Lake District has been awarded almost a quarter of a million pounds to do just that.
Katie Hunter has been to the Calvert Trust near Keswick to see how the money will be spent:
Watch her full report below.
Lynn Healey, from the Calvert Trust in Keswick, has been talking to ITV Border about the £234,000 worth of funding the charity has received from Sport England.
A charity which aims to help people with disabilities enjoy the countryside has been awarded nearly £250,000 by Sport England.
The Calvert Trust, based near Keswick, will spend the money encouraging under 25s to be active.
The charity caters for people with sensory, learning or physical disabilities, including those with the most complex needs.