‘The Olympic park has broken down community barriers. Let’s build on this’ | S. Rogers- The Guardian

‘The Olympic park has broken down community barriers. Let’s build on this’ | S. Rogers- The Guardian

It’s one year on from the opening ceremony and east London is now awash with pockets of exciting, trailblazing ideas and with the creation of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park it is my ambition that this creativity will spread throughout the area. It will no longer be “something that is going on elsewhere”. The park offers a chance for neighbourhoods and communities (both the old and the new) to connect. People can travel into it and across it, they can engage with the inspiring projects and groups that meet in nearly every street in east London, and they can make full use of its facilities.

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