Thousands of bargain-hunting Olympics fans scrambled for items at a London 2012 sale billed as the "last chance" to own part of the Games.
A Paralympic champion from Nottinghamshire is now the patron of a cancer charity after one of his closest friends died from the disease.
Walsall's Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds returns home with an open top bus parade.
Walsall's Paralympic champion, 17 year-old Ellie Simmonds joined us for a chat earlier today and spoke about the honour of a gold postbox in her hometown, Aldridge, as well as her plans for her 18th birthday.
what an amazing night at the Inspiration Awards! Thanks for all your support and votes. I won !! Photos to come later! Cant thank u enough xFrom @claire80lomas on Twitter:
Claire Lomas from Eye Kettleby in Leicestershire is paralysed from the chest down and walked the London Marathon in a robotic suit, raising more than £200,000 for the charity Spinal Research. She also lit the Paralympic flame.
Herefordshire's Paralympic stars have been given a homecoming parade today.
Silver medal winning swimmers Nyree and Sascha Kindred from Leominster were joined in Hereford city centre by Josie Pearson from Hay on Wye, who won gold in discus at the 2012 games, and bronze medal winning shooter James Bevis.
They signed autographs and were awarded a commendation by Hereford's mayor.
Medallists Josie Pearson, Sascha Kindred, Nyree Kindred, James Bevis and the Herefordshire Blind Football Team have been given a hero's welcome home in Hereford.
Medallists Josie Pearson, Sascha Kindred, Nyree Kindred, James Bevis and the Herefordshire Blind Football Team will be welcomed home to Hereford this afternoon.
Ahead of today's Great North Run, the annual half marathon from Newcastle to South Shields, ITV News caught up with ParalympicsGB medallist Ellie Simmonds from Walsall.
Ellie, who won two golds, a silver and a bronze in London, was invited to cheer on those taking part in today's event. She says it has been a great summer.
Nottinghamshire welcomed home Paralympic gold medallist Richard Whitehead.
Richard struck gold in the 200m T42 race with a world record time, and made the final of the 100m T42 as well.
He's already had a postbox painted gold in Lowdham to mark his achievements.
He was welcomed home today on an open top bus parade, with a celebration at the Market Square at lunchtime.
Kirkby-in-Ashfield will be welcoming home Paralympic swimmers Ollie and Sam Hynd tonight.
The pair recently won gold, silver and bronze medals at the Paralympic Games.
The event will be organised by Ashfield District Council and will take place in Kingsway Park tonight.