YOUNG wheelchair users and their families took part in a day of sport, games and dance during a wheelchair skills workshop.
Go Kids Go organised the workshop at Blacon High School on Melbourne Road with young wheelchair users from across Chester and West Cheshire taking part.
Mums, dads and siblings were also able to get involved and join in the games as the organisers provided extra wheelchairs for the annual workshop.
Participants were able to try out games like wheelchair basketball, wheelchair dance and practice skills including back wheel balancing so users can go up and down kerbs independently.
Sarah Wild, who helped run the workshop, said: “It went really well and we covered everything from wheelchair skills, road safety and lots more.
“The course is geared up to promote independence for young wheelchair users and we got some really good feedback from parents and families.”
Go Kids Go provides free training courses for young wheelchair users throughout the UK and Ireland.
Paralympian and TV presenter Ade Adepitan was one of the first young wheelchair users to come on one of the courses and is now the patron of Go Kids Go.