Today the Aspire National Training Centre, home to the leading spinal injury charity Aspire, received an award and highly commended score of 75% in their assessment from Quest, the UK quality scheme for the sport and Leisure Industry.
Members of the jubilant ParalympicsGB team attended a reception at Buckingham Palace yesterday, hosted by Her Majesty the Queen in recognition for their achievements in Beijing last summer.
Britain's Paralympians have met the Queen on Wednesday at a reception in their honour at Buckingham Palace.
Multi-medal winning table tennis player Neil Robinson has this week announced his retirement from international competition following a Paralympic career spanning nearly 25 years.
The next IFI seminar series will take place in March with a focus on health, being particularly timely given the launch of the Department of Health’s Physical Activity Strategy ‘Be Active Be Healthy.
Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius is expected to make a full recovery after suffering head and facial injuries following a boating accident. Pistorius won three gold medals at the Beijing Paralympics