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National Paralympic Heritage Centre

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Location: Stoke Mandeville Stadium,, Aylesbury

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Virtual exhibitions

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Author: Beth Faulkner

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Paralympic history

Sports

Take a look at the full range of Summer and Winter Paralympic Sports. Who knows what sports and technologies might be included in the future as Paralympic sports continue to develop and evolve.

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Paralympic athletes

Read the inspirational stories of the amazing Paralympic Athletes in our virtual hall of fame. We are always looking to add more stories so please get in touch if you can help.

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Games

On the 28 July 1948 the Olympic Games opened in London and Dr Ludwig Guttmann staged the first Stoke Mandeville Games on the hospital grounds.

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Volunteer for us

Join our Paralympic Heritage Ambassadors and be part of the story

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Other ways to get involved

Fundraise for us

Get in touch about becoming a fundraising volunteer.

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Learning resources

We have developed an exciting range of learning resources for parents and schools

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What's new in our collection

Take a look at the latest addition to our collection

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Author: Beth Faulkner

News and blog

Latest News

  • 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