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  • Hollie’s countdown to the London 2012 Paralympic Games event with somewhereto_

    LOCOG Local Leader Hollie Sturgess talks about how the somewhereto_ project for 16-25 year olds to unlock empty space has helped her with the cmc2012 Paralympics project.

    somewhereto_ supported Hollie celebrate 100 days to go until the Paralympics with a special event screening a number of films about Paralympians, to invoke discussion and awareness. By helping her to organise and put the event together, Hollie’s ideas were made a reality once more.

    For more info on Hollie’s story and other somewhereto_ success stories click here!

    Find somewhereto_ shine on the London 2012 Olympic torch route_

    It’s an iconic symbol that will pass within 10 miles of 95 percent of the UK population, on a route that will cover around 8,000 miles, to be carried by 8,000 lucky individuals, through 1,018 places, and over 70 days (between May 19 and July 27). We’re talking about the unmistakable London 2012 Olympic torch, with The London Organisation Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) setting up a route that promises to touch upon every great corner of our nation from the Shetland Islands to the Channel Islands, from Suffolk coast to Enniskillen, Northern Island.

    With so much ground and countless sites to cover, somewhereto_ is proud to affirm you will find hundreds of our free spaces en torch route for young people who are looking for moments to shine with their talent and skills before, during and after London 2012.

    No need to wait though, these spaces are available now! Just click on the region links below to get in touch with a somewhereto_ coordinator on ground in your area, and find a perfect space around the corner to you:

    London - Scotland - Northern Ireland - North East - North West - East of England - East Midlands - West Midlands - South West - Yorkshire and the Humber - Wales 

    For more information about the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay including specific dates and regions, click here.