Youngsters from Lynn’s Kandoo Club showed off their skills and their favourite exercises at a free taster day to mark International Paralympic Day.
Attracting several new members, the taster day saw the children taking part in running, throwing and jumping during athletics sessions, indoor hockey and a range of other activities.
Organiser and coach, Paul Edwards, said: “The session was a great success for us and the club managed to attract some new members which was great.
“We were inviting along any disabled children between the ages of eight and 18 to come and see what we do. All across the UK this was happening and we were leading the way in West Norfolk. We cater for all tastes and abilities.”
The club meets every Wednesday, from 6 to 7.30pm, and boasts paralympic hopeful, Daniel Bullen, as a member.
He suffers from cerebral palsy but has found table tennis has helped improve his coordination and balance.
The weekly sessions are aimed at youngsters with all disabilities and the various sporting activities are run by full qualified coaches from local sports clubs.
Mr Edwards added: “Come in and open the kids up to a range of new sports. We are always looking for new members and you’ll be made very welcome.”