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Remember the Olympics? It was a rather special time in the United Kingdom. Throughout the Olympic and Paralympic events we witnessed some remarkable sporting achievements. Team GB enabled the nation to celebrate in a way that they probably hadn’t celebrated … Continue reading
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It’s the last day of the Paralympics, and the end of an amazing summer of sport. Hosting the Paralympics has been of huge significance in this country, for a number of reasons. There’s no doubt that awareness of paralympic athletes … Continue reading
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If there has been any disappointment associated with the Olympics, it is that there has been very little said about the Cultural Olympiad during the month of celebrations. With so much emphasis on the sporting achievements this is probably to … Continue reading
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‘I’ve never thought of being blind and black as a disadvantage.‘ – Stevie Wonder http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/aug/30/stevie-wonder-blind-black-disadvantage We all have our disabilities and disadvantages, even if we don’t recognise them as such. The trick is to turn a potential negative into a … Continue reading
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The less said about the Olympics closing ceremony, the better. Although we could could go on at length about it. For the most part it was more than two hours of silly, shallow, showbizzy nonsense, with some truly terrible music … Continue reading
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I was fortunate enough to get tickets for the dress rehearsal of the Olympic Opening Ceremony. Everyone in the stadium was asked to “Save the Surprise” which is why these photographs haven’t been posted before. Once more it is a … Continue reading
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Yesterday, Ed Miliband tweeted about the decrease in time allocated to sports in the London borough of Southwark due to the loss of Sports Coordinators. “Just met former school sport co-ordinator for Southwark. He organised competitive sport for schools but lost … Continue reading
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More from the Olympics. The park at night is wonderful. We can’t wait for the time when there’s free access to the park and the opportunity to take photographs night or day, in different seasons too. CB . .