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Line the streets to see the Olympic Torch


Details of this once in a lifetime Olympic Torch route can be viewed at www.london2012.com/olympic-torch-relay- map. The route in Bournemouth is at www.bournemouth. gov.uk/london2012. The torch will arrive in Bournemouth from Poole during the late afternoon of Friday, 13 July. It will proceed through the town centre arriving on the seafront via Pier Approach. Bournemouth Borough Council will host a free celebratory evening show on Bournemouth Beach. The flame will depart the following day from Bournemouth Pier via Bath Road, East OverCliff Drive and Boscombe, Christchurch Road, Pokesdown and Iford and then on to Christchurch.


Sandworld Olympic theme


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Weymouth’s innovative attraction, Sandworld has some huge sculptures. Each one is built out of 150 tonnes of sand. Astonishing to behold, they are housed under a giant all-weather marquee. The sculptures are based around the theme of Ancient Greece and the Olympics. Sandworld is located at Lodmoor Country Park,Weymouth, Dorset. DT4 7SX. Full details at www.sandworld.co.uk.


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Head of “Hera”


- Goddess of marriage and partner of Zeus by Mark Ander


Olympic - Park and Ride (Weymouth)


Five park and ride sites will be in operation during the Olympic Games: temporary sites will be at Kingston Maurward; Monkey’s Jump (Dorchester) and Littlemoor in Weymouth. Permanent sites are at Mount Pleasant and Preston Beach Road.


Passengers will be transported between sites and venues by bus. Spaces can be booked online at www. london2012.com/getting-to-the-games. For more information about park and ride services and traffic measures during the 2012 Olympic Games go to www. dorsetforyou.com/london2012/transport


Olympic tickets – warning from Met Police


Police are warning the public of advertisements that have appeared in national and international media advertising tickets for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The advertisements just feature a mobile phone number or email address to contact. Detective Superintendent Nick Downing from Operation Podium said, “Please do not attempt to buy tickets from adverts such as these as you risk paying over the odds for tickets that may not exist and your personal details may be stolen and used in other crimes. The safest way to buy tickets for the Olympic and Paralympic Games is from the London 2012 website.” For full crime prevention advice on safe ways to buy your ticket for the London 2012 Games, visit the MPS Operation Podium website at www. content.met.police.uk/site/visitorolympics


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Olympic Countdown 4 Close


up shots of “The Labours of Hercules”


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