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Aneurin Wood

Categories: Sport / Games

A carrier of the 2012 Paralympic Flame. At that time he was the Inclusion Manager at Hackney Learning Trust, where he created the Hackney School Sports Championships, the largest inclusive sports competition in the U.K.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Aneurin Wood

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Paralympic Flame - 2012

{Beneath the 2012 Paralympic Games logo of three agitos:} On 24 August 2012 t...

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