Monthly Archives: May 2012

Paralympic torch carriers revealed

The names of the first people to carry the Paralympic flame in the London 2012 relay have been revealed. A total of 332 people have been told they will form part of a special relay across the UK designed to … Continue reading

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Beckham to deliver Olympic flame

David Beckham has been selected to bring back the Olympic flame from Greece ahead of the start of London 2012. The footballer will attend the Olympic flame handover ceremony in Athens and then accompany the flame on a flight back … Continue reading

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London builds on Olympics to be key convention destination

New figures show that the capital city is one of the world's most popular international convention and conference destinations. Rankings produced by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) show that London has moved from 19th place to seventh as … Continue reading

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New fanfare to make Jubilee debut

A new trumpet fanfare has been composed to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Written by Wing Commander Duncan Stubbs, the piece will be performed by RAF musicians at a special thanksgiving service at London's St Paul's Cathedral, while members of … Continue reading

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Gymnast performs well ahead of London 2012

A key member of the Team GB gymnastics squad has won two medals at a major championship. Hannah Whelan picked up two bronze medals at the Women's Artistic Gymnastics European Championships in Belgium in a strong performance ahead of the … Continue reading

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Jubilee pageant promises ‘loud’ spectacle

The organiser of the Diamond Jubilee boat pageant has stressed that it will provide a loud spectacle for those taking part and those watching from the river bank. Adrian Evans, the Diamond Jubilee pageant master, told the Guardian the procession … Continue reading

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Olympic Park’s tower unveiled

A sculpture in the middle of the Olympic Park has been opened by the mayor of London. The Orbit has been designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond and forms a key part of the Olympic village. Mayor Boris Johnson … Continue reading

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Wildflowers to provide London 2012 background

An area covering ten football fields will burst into bloom with wildflowers close to the Olympic Stadium. Organisers of the Games believe the largest ever man-made wildflower meadow will provide a fitting setting for the sporting event and ensure spectators … Continue reading

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Hotels in London and their Comforts

Hotels in London are many as there are loads of visitors who often visit London on a regular basis. Therefore it’s a must to have adequate accommodation to accommodate the visitors. Because of its increasing number each hotel is trying … Continue reading

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London train gets Jubilee name

A train has been renamed in honour of the Queen's 60-year reign. The c2c train will now be known as the Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 and will be appropriately decorated with a Union flag and the official Diamond Jubilee emblem on … Continue reading

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London to enjoy Jubilee street parties next month.

Thousands of Londoners are expected to enjoy street parties over the Diamond Jubilee weekend. In particular, two giant parties in the capital are expected to attract many people looking to celebrate the Queen's reign in style. A special table capable … Continue reading

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Hotel and Their Facilities

London is famous for its hospitality which goes hand in hand with tourism.People from all over the world come to Lonodn for a holiday.There are all kind of people who often visit London for different purposes.Keeping this in mind there … Continue reading

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