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Team GB managed to acheve their 10th gold medal of the London 2012 games today after day 8. The medal came in the men’s four rowing 20 minutes […]

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How green are the Olympics?

On August 3, 2012 By

This blog is not renowned for quoting articles from the UK politically conservative right.  However this article points out that in fact we have done a good job! […]

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London Olympic’s

On June 14, 2012 By

Students of Edexcel GCSE syllabus B –  With the Olympics only 6 weeks away, questions are being asked about the legacy!

£8 billion is a lot of money! […]

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On the downside – 4000 mostly fossil fueled BMW’s have been shipped in to carry officials and dignatories around – perhaps they should use public transport like the rest of […]

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As the Olympics in London approach there are more articles appearing about the impact it has on Geography.

This animation has been recommended by Edexcel exam board for GCSE […]

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The human shape of London

On December 20, 2011 By

London Boroughs redrawn according to their population size    Details 

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New London Buses

On November 4, 2011 By

New London buses where reveiled by Boris Johnson today. To see more photos and to get more information click here.

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With one year to go the plans for the  London Olympics 2012 seem to be on schedule.  Facilities are ahead of schedule and excitement is growing.

However there […]

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