Beyond Radio's Mateo Sanderson said he was very proud after he officially opened an event for disabled people at Lancaster On Ice.
Mateo, presenter of the Beyond Mateo Show, was asked to open the night for Unique Kidz & Co, a Morecambe-based charity providing services for disabled young adults and children.
He cut the ribbon on Thursday evening and then had a go on the popular Dalton Square outdoor ice rink himself.
Mateo said he was "very proud to be asked" and said that "it was beginning to feel like Christmas, being on the ice!"
Here is a clip of Mateo enjoying himself on the ice rink.
Mateo also took a ride on the giant Ferris Wheel next to the ice rink.
Lancaster On Ice is open in Dalton Square until January 7.
Unique Kidz and Co is based on Woodhill Lane in Morecambe and runs a range of services for disabled children, young adults and their families. The charity was set up in 2009 by two parents of children with disabilities.
It currently supports over 120 local children and young adults through its afterschool clubs, holiday clubs, daytime support service, siblings group and stay and play sessions.
Mateo, 26, who has cerebral palsy, has raised tens of thousands of pounds supporting local charities over the years.
You can listen to The Beyond Mateo Show on Beyond Radio this Saturday (December 9) at 11am.