A group of Aylesbury teens are spending today in a wheelchair in an effort to raise awareness of the difficulties disabled people face.
The group of 13 youngsters, all aged 16 and 17 are making their way through Aylesbury in wheelchairs to raise money for Scope, a charity which offers support to disabled people and their families.
One of the aims of the exercise is also to test how disabled-friendly the streets of the town are.
The youngsters have organised this challenge through the National Citizen Service (NCS). The NCS is open to all 16 and 17-year-olds in England and gives them the opportunity to take part in social action projects and also build skills for work and life.
Staff from the Aylesbury Youth Action are on hand to supervise the event.