The Olympics inspired a holiday camp for youngsters with learning disabilities this summer.
Dozens of 8 to 25-year-olds went to Oundle School Mencap Holidays this summer thanks to current and former pupils who ran it.
And this year was made extra special as it celebrated its 30th anniversary.
Children and volunteers encountered the usual days out to Hunstanton, Twin Lakes and nearby Wicksteed Park in addition to enjoying opening and closing ceremonies, flag and medal making, Olympic Games on the school’s sports pitches and much more Olympic related fun.
Sarah Ratchford, music teacher, Mencap trustee and volunteer coordinator, said: “New recruits took to their roles quickly and energetically, accepting their responsibility in ensuring the safety of each of the visiting children.
“As ever it was good for them to witness the commitment of many of our former pupil volunteers, some of whom had used annual leave to attend.
“As a group the current pupils were a real credit to the school devoting their time and immense energy to a highly successful week.“