Plymouth has been chosen to host celebrations for National Paralympic Day.
The city is just one of three who will play a starring role in the celebrations when it hosts a jam-packed day of activity at the Piazza on July 25.
Visitors will be able to enjoy free interactive and fun activities that replicate different aspects of Paralympic sport.
The day runs from 10am-5pm and fans will be encouraged to have a go and test their skills to learn more about some of the extraordinary talents of our Paralympic athletes.
I’m delighted that we are taking celebrations for National Paralympic Day to Plymouth for the very first time.
Anyone is welcome to come along and get involved, and it’s a great way for everyone to find out more about the sports that they’ll be watching in Rio in just over a year’s time.
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Richard Lawrence reports:
Paralympic swimmer Jon Fox, who won a gold medal at London 2012, is being welcomed back to his home town of St Austell today.
He will be visiting the local schools first and then St Austell college, and show off his medal to the community, before signing autographs and having photos taken by his golden post box.
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Three postboxes are being put up at Plymouth Argyle in honour of the city's Olympians and Paralympians. They won't take stamped mail thoughRead the full story ›
Huge crowds gathered in Plymouth this evening to celebrate the city's Olympians and Paralympians.
Diver Tom Daley and swimmer Ruta Meilutyte were among those on an open top bus welcomed by thousands of wellwishers.
Our reporter Bob Cruwys was on board and has sent this report: