Event    From 27/7/2012  To 12/8/2012

2012 Olympics

Categories: Sport / Games

See also 2012 Paralympics. The first event was held on 25 July in Cardiff but the opening ceremony in London was on the 27th. Closing ceremony 12 August.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
2012 Olympics

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2012 Olympics Bell

The quotation, from Shakespeare's 'The Tempest', was spoken by Kenneth Branag...

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Charlotte Dujardin gold post box

{On plaque attached to side of box:} This post box has been painted gold by R...

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Chaucer and Aldgate

{On a worn notice stuck to the pavement immediately below the wooden structur...

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Chinese Polo Players

{On a nearby ornamental base:} 2012 London Polo. By Huang Jian, China China i...

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Gold post box - Stratford

This post bix has been painted gold by Royal Mail to celebrate Stratford, as ...

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Other Subjects

Gordon Banks

Gordon Banks

Goalkeeper. Born in Sheffield. He played principally for Leicester City and Stoke City. A member of the winning England team in the 1966 World Cup. In the 1970 Queen's Birthday Honours List he was...

Person, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Nick Duncombe

Nick Duncombe

Rugby Union player. Born Buckinghamshire. Played for Harlequins and for England. Died just after his 21st birthday, in Lanzarote following a short illness.

Person, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Rev. E. K. Douglas

Rev. E. K. Douglas

Vicar of St Mary of Eton, the Eton Mission, appointed in 1889 and, finding that boys playing football in Victoria Park was problematic, he set in motion the acquisition of 337 acres of Hackney Mars...

Person, Religion, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Mick Fowler

Mick Fowler

Mountaineer and tax inspector. Born Michael Fowler in London. Voted 'The Moutaineers' Mountaineer', he has tackled some of the world's most difficult peaks, mostly during his holidays from his job ...

Person, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Fulham Football Club

Fulham Football Club

Football club. Formed as Fulham St Andrew's Church Sunday School F.C. by worshippers in the church at Star Road, West Kensington. The club which plays at Craven Cottage in Fulham has spent twenty-f...

Group, Sport / Games

2 memorials