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Ladies sneak peak at 2012 Olympic stadium site

Friday 24 February 2012


From the UK's Wakefield Express:


Emma Manning
June Chivers and Joanna Tolson from the Wakefield and
District Fibromyalgia Support Group and Sheena Woodard
from St George's Lupset Community Centre were treated
to a sneak preview of the Olympic Park ahead of the
London 2012 Games.

Ladies sneak peak at 2012 Olympic stadium site

Published on Friday 17 February 2012 16:00

Three lucky ladies from Wakefield got a sneak preview of the 2012 Olympic Park as a thank you for their work in the community.

Joanna Tolson and June Chivers from Wakefield and District Fibromyalgia Support Group, and Sheena Woodard, from Cycling for All, visited the Olympic Park because of their involvement in the London 2012 Inspire programme.

Supported by Yorkshire Gold, an organisation which encourages Olympic participation, the projects were given the Inspire Mark, recognising that they were inspired by London 2012.

Garry Verity, chairman of Yorkshire Gold, said: “We have seen some truly inspirational people develop projects to engage their community in the lead up to London 2012 and we hope that this trip has inspired them to carry on their invaluable work.”


The above originally appeared here.


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