"We have had an absolutely brilliant response from the public to the event", said BPA chief executive Tim Hollingsworth.
"For previous talent ID days, we have had between 40 and 60 people through the door each day, but we should have more than 10 times that number at the Sports Fest over the next 48 hours.
"It's very exciting and a clear indication that the inspirational impact of London is still with us, and we look forward to running days like these in the other home countries.
"We want the Festival to be for everyone not just those we hope have the talent to be part of a future ParalympicsGB team, and that seems to be happening.
"On a day when Sport England has announced an extra £10.2 million ($16.4 million/€12.6 million) in funding for disability sport, today's activity shows the inspirational impact that London 2012 has had on disabled people."
All of the 22 Paralympic summer sports and most of the winter sports are present to showcase opportunities in their sports and the Festival is being supported by the presence of over 20 Paralympians.
Following the inaugural event in Guilford, it is expected that the other Home Nation Disability Sport Organisations will partner the BPA in delivering similar sports festivals in the other Home Nations next year.
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