An Olympian and Paralympian from Warrington has taken his campaign to tackle hate crime to the Isle of Man. Adrian Derbyshire is on a 9 month tour which will see him speak to around 50,000 young people to educate them about the effect hate crime can have on victims.
Adrian Derbyshire, from Warrington, is a man who likes a challenge...He was left partially paralysed after a brain haemorrhage in 2008. But since then he's gone on to become a multi-medal winning paralympic fencer.
His latest project is hand cycling around the country talking to schoolchildren about hate crime.