Meeting Point select the Paralympic Heritage Centre to partner with contemporary artists

Six museums and heritage sites have been selected to work in partnership with artists to commission a new work of art inspired by each venue. Read more

The Trust's October 2020 Newsletter

Welcome to the seventh edition of our newsletter. We are indebted to the Poppa Guttmann Trust and Caz Walton OBE for their incredible donations in recent months and Mike Brace for his work on the history of the Winter Paralympic Games. Read more

NPHT's contribution to the Netflix film  ‘Rising Phoenix'

The National Paralympic Heritage Trust was instrumental to this production through the provision of historical films, photographs and oral histories. Read more

HS2 Community Fund: Stories from Buckinghamshire project

The National Paralympic Heritage Trust will bring local Paralympic history to life in communities and schools along the HS2 route in Buckinghamshire and south east Northamptonshire with support from a new grant. Read more

A small museum with big virtual ambitions

The National Paralympic Heritage Trust has created free virtual tours of its national exhibitions to help the public get up close to sporting history from the comfort of their own home. Read more

Rothschild Foundation Impact Grant

With support from the Rothschild Foundation’s Impact Grants programme, the National Paralympic Heritage Trust will work with local disability organisations, individuals and participating schools to build their 3D digital and sports heritage research. Read more

VE celebrations

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE day we've created a Paralympic heritage jigsaw puzzle. Read more

The Trust's April 2020 Newsletter

Welcome to the sixth edition of our Newsletter. It's just over a year since we opened the Heritage Centre, the first museum dedicated to the Paralympic Movement and from April 2019 to February 2020 we attracted over 35,000 visitors Read more

Make your own paper crane

We are inviting everyone to have a go at making paper cranes. Paper cranes were used at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo 1964 as symbols of good luck. Read more

Spot the Paper Cranes

Can you find the paper cranes hidden at the Paralympic Heritage Centre? Read more

2012 Children's Promise

Currently on display at the Paralympic Heritage Centre is Daniel Bleasdale's collection of memorabilia from his first seven years involved with the 2012 Children’s Promise. Read more

Call for local stories for the Paralympic Heritage exhibition in Manchester

Help us celebrate local Paralympic and disability sports heritage by sharing your stories and memorabilia as part of a large exhibition planned for 2020 at the National Football Museum Read more

Motivation UK donate a Flying Start racing wheelchair

We were delighted to receive a fabulous new Flying Start racing wheelchair from Motivation UK this summer, to add to our collections and to use at our events. Read more

The Trust's July 2019 Newsletter

This is our fourth newsletter and we hope you enjoy catching up on all our work; the opening of the Paralympic heritage centre, regional exhibitions, our Pop-up museum events and much more. Read more

Opening of the National Paralympic Heritage Centre at Stoke Mandeville

On Saturday 30th March the new accessible National Paralympic Heritage Centre will be opened at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, the birthplace of the Paralympic Movement. Read more