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2012 Olympic lecture at Queen Mary looks at ways of getting community involved in its legacy

PUBLISHED: 15:00 25 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:17 05 October 2010

WAYS of getting the community involved in determining the legacy of the 2012 Olympics in East London will be discussed at a lecture at Queen Mary College on Wednesday December 2. The lecture is the last in a series of free public events at universitie

WAYS of getting the community involved in determining the legacy of the 2012 Olympics in East London will be discussed at a lecture at Queen Mary College on Wednesday December 2.

The lecture is the last in a series of free public events at universities across London and speakers include Lord Mawson, the founder of the Bromley by Bow Centre and Dr David Pinder, the director of the college's City Centre.

They will be joined by Gregory Nichols of London Citizens, Samantha Sifah of the Olympic Park Legacy Company, Bob Colenutt from the University of Northampton and Nick Edwards from Fundamental.

The lecture at the People's Palace in Mile End Road starts at 6.30pm and places should be booked on 020 3288 1797 or info@legacycompany.co.uk


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