Useful websites for London 2012
The start of the Games is fast approaching, with an abundance of related events and activities already in full swing. Like London itself, it can all be hard to navigate if you haven’t a clue where to start. Here are a few useful websites to help you make sense of it all:
This summer as the world’s attention turns to London, the Mayor is presenting a programme of free events and celebrations. The Mayor of London Presents website offers a comprehensive overview of all these free activities; incorporating sport, music, dance, outdoor performance, festivals and art.
Inclusive Britain (the Nationwide Disabled Access Register), lets you search the city to find attractions, entertainment venues and more that meet a wide range of accessible needs; from assisted wheelchair access to alternative languages.
Meanwhile London.gov.uk is full of constructive information on all there is to know about the Games; from tips on how businesses can capitalise on the experience and details of the jobs opportunities that have arisen, to a map of the Olympic Flame street routes and news on what will become of the Olympic Park once the summer is over.
Also useful is the Olympic and Paralympic information provided on the MyArts portal for staff’s homepage.
Saturday, June 9th, 2012