Garden for the Games
In partnership with LUU and local volunteers, a 'Garden for the Games' is to be created during the coming weeks out of an unused piece of land behind the Roger Stevens building.
Matt Davison, Olympic Programme Officer at the University, who is leading the project, said "'Garden for the Games' is a great way to get students together in celebration of London 2012 and we hope to inspire lots of others to see how green-fingered they are by planting flowers, fruit and vegetables for London 2012.
"We are planning a range of activities in the build up to the Games; supporting those from the University who will run with the Torch, participate in ceremonies, volunteer and compete. With pre-games training camps at the University too, there will be an exciting buzz here which we hope will inspire the whole community from now until after the Games."
For more information visit the University's Olympics website.Posted in: University news