London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy graphic
This graphic highlights the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in five key areas: the sporting legacy, the disability legacy, the economic legacy, the community legacy and the regeneration legacy.
Find out more in Culture Secretary Maria Miller's blog: blogs.culture.gov.uk/main/2013/01/post_31.html
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Olympic and Paralympic Games
The inspirational power of 2012 delivering lasting change over the next ten years.
World class: over the next six years, we will hold 70 world class sporting events in Britain.
£13 billion: by Rio 2016, we will have realised at least £13bn of economic benefits as a result of London 2012.
Transferring expertise: Commonwealth Games volunteers are already being recruited - transferring the expertise built up in London.
Access: the 10 year Access for All programme will deliver accessibility enhancements at National Rail stations across the country.
Change: transformation of the Park has already started, and there are imminent announcements on the summer of activities planned for the Park.