Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a sporting complex and public park in Stratford, Hackney Wick, Leyton and Bow, in east London. It was purpose-built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics , situated adjacent to the Stratford City development.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 2012 was a landmark year as the world’s spotlight shone on London for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. 10 years later, that legacy lives on at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - a world-leading destination for sport, entertainment, culture, education and relaxation and a global centre for enterprise.
This ROAD CLOSED half marathon and 10k will start and finish at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, home of the 2012 London Olympic. Race around the incredibly inspiring Olympic Park passing the ArcelorMittal Orbit, Olympic Stadium, London Aquatics Centre, Copper Box Arena, Lee Valley VeloPark and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Jul 20, 2022 · There's always plenty going on at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: play parks, swan pedalos, boat tours, bottomless brunches, live sports, plus London's SCARIEST slide, which corkscrews down the ...
UK Black Pride event returns to London
Europe's largest pride celebration for LGBTQ+ people of African, Caribbean, Latin American and Middle-Eastern descent has taken place in London. It is the first time UK Black ...
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Jul 20, 2022 · Located on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, it is a launchpad for innovation and home to global technology companies, start-ups, academic institutions, content developers and creative ...
Jul 22, 2022 · Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: The legacy London 2012 promised. By Tim Donovan Political Editor, ... London looks set to create a genuinely impressive physical legacy out of the 2012 Games.
The "QE2 London" Plan had included a £20 million bid for QE2 and a further £40 million refurbishment that was supposed to create more than 2,000 jobs in London, with Queen Elizabeth 2 docked near the O2 Arena. It had reportedly obtained the support of the then London Mayor Boris Johnson.