A disability rights campaigner went to a Chester high school to talk about his fight against discrimination.
Upton-by-Chester sixth form students were treated to a talk from Sir Bert Massie, a campaigner with countless legislative achievements to his name.
He gave an account of what he has managed to achieve and the discrimination he has fought against to gain equal rights for disabled people.
His milestones include pressuring Government to ensure that buses, taxis and new buildings are accessible by those with a disability.
As a disability rights campaigner he was a driving force behind the passing of the Disability Rights Act and helped make amendments to improve the rights and lives of those with disability.
Throughout his career as a campaigner Sir Bert Massie has worked within the House of Commons and House of Lords as a lobbyist, working with numerous influential individuals including former Prime Minister John Major and William Hague.
Headteacher Paula Dixon said: “I was inspired and humbled by Sir Bert’s visit and heartened by all that he has achieved.”