Mel, an ambassador for the event, was helped by fellow Paralympian and world champion Richard Hennahane. She said: ""It's been fantastic to be a part of Sports Fest. When i came out of my rehab, there wasn't anything like this and it's really helpful because it really shows people what is out there for them.
"We've seen people this weekend who are quite newly injured and it's been great to watch them having a go and throw themselves into it all, and we've had a lot of parents who have been able to see sports opportunities that they might not have thought possible before coming here. There's been so many smiley faces over the past few days, it's been lovely."
Other sports stars who took part in the event included: Paralympic athletics gold medallist Josie Pearson, her teammate and London 2012 Paralympic silver medallist Dan Greaves, double Para-triathlon world champion Steve Judge, wheelchair tennis player Louise Hunt, wheelchair rugby player Mandip Sehmi and GB sledge hockey players Nathan Stephens, Gary Farmer, Karl Nicholson and Matt Coleman.
Penny Briscoe, Director of Sport at the British Paralympic Association, said: "Across the two days hundreds of disabled people and their supporters have tried a variety of Paralympic sports and had the opportunity to meet some of the London medallists. The smiles say it all; a fun day out with many people connecting with sport for the first time or trying new activities.
"As Director of Sport it is fantastic to see this event so well supported by the national governing bodies and the English Federation for Disability Sport, I am sure that this will have been a positive experience all round."
The event was part of a series of disability sports festivals hosted by the British Paralympic Association and national governing bodies.
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