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Before, during and after: making the most of the London 2012 Games

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The London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games will be the biggest and best event the UK has ever hosted. But the five weeks of the Games will not be the only test of our success.

Tessa Jowell (2008)

Promise 1– Making the UK a world-leading sporting nation
Promise 2– Transforming the heart of East London
Promise 3– Inspiring a new generation of young people
Promise 4– Making the Olympic Park a blueprint for sustainable living
Promise 5– Demonstrating the UK is a creative,inclusive and welcoming place to live in, visit and for business

  

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Reference : DCMS. (2008). Before, during and after: making the most of the London 2012 Games. London: DCMS

 

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