There were celebrations in Wiltshire today as paralympic swimmer Stephanie Millward was given another accolade. Stephanie won five medals at London 2012 to become Team GB's most-decorated athlete. This morning she was awarded the Honorary Freedom of the Parish of Corsham in her home town.
Corsham Town Council chairman Cllr Peter Anstey presents paralympian swimmer Stephanie Millward with the Honorary Freedom of the Parish of Corsham.
Parlaympian swimmer Stephanie Millward this morning described her home town's turnout as 'unbelievable' at the start of a parade in her honour. The five-times medallist at London 2012 was speaking before receiving the Honorary Freedom of the Parish of Corsham.
Stephanie told ITV News Westcountry: "It shows the support that they've always had in me. They've been behind me the whole way. I went to school here and it's an honour that everyone has come out today."
The swimmer, who was diagnosed with mutiple sclerosis at the age of 17, said she wanted to inspire other people and to encourage them not to give up.
" I've beaten MS, nothing can stop me, you can do anything if you believe in yourself", she said.
Corsham's Stephanie Millward won her third silver medal of the Paralympic Games last night in the Women's 200m Individual Medley SM9 final.
The 30-year-old once again finished behind her South African rival Natalie Du Toit.
Millward's other silver medals came in the 400m freestyle and 100m backstroke, and she also claimed a bronze as part of the 4x100m freestyle relay.
Corsham's Stephanie Millward has won a silver medal in the Women's 400 metre S9 freestyle swimming event.
South Africa's Natalie du Toit won gold with a time of 4 minutes 30.18 seconds. Millward came in at 4:40.01, ahead of Australia's Ellie Cole (4:42.87)
30-year-old Millward qualified for the final after coming first in her heat earlier today.
Corsham's Stephanie Millward qualified second fastest from this morning's heats in the 100m backstroke S9. She'll compete in the finals at 18:39 tonight.