“At the Paralympics they will need hundreds and hundreds of volunteers to help with all kinds of competitions.
“I will sign up. I will definitely look into trying to do something with the volunteering. There is not another way to get better experience of the Paralympics.”
Little added: “This is the catch-22 because once you see it first-hand and get involved you are hooked.”
The 30 year-old first became interested in volunteering when a friend asked him to help out as a marshal at the British Short Course Swimming Championships in Sheffield last year.
He said: “I did not know much about disability sport, but being there got rid of a lot of preconceptions and opened my eyes.
“It was not people being patronised or playing around. It was people doing sport at the top level.
“It very quickly became clear to me that I was not there to sign autographs or as someone from the telly to swan around, but to help marshal the athletes and get on with it.”
Ralf Little will be appearing in The Aliens at Bush Theatre from 15 Sep.
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