Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Olympic Torch to be Brought to North Norfolk: London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (Locog)

London 2012 Olympics
Last week, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (Locog) announced Norwich as one of the evening celebration locations during the torch’s 70-day trip around Britain.

Norwich will be visited on July 4, the day after going to Peterborough, and the day before moving on to Ipswich.

The detailed route, including the places it will pass through and stop at between the main locations, is set to be announced later this year.

Now North Norfolk District Council’s chief executive Philip Burton has written to Locog chief executive Paul Deighton, urging him to ensure that the final route includes Cromer and other parts of the district.

In a letter signed by Cromer district councillors Helen Eales, John Lee, Keith Johnson and Benjie Cabbell-Manners, Mr Burton wrote: “Specifically, we would like to suggest that the journey from Peterborough is via King’s Lynn and Cromer and then to Norwich.

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