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The London Aquatics Centre (LAC) on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is celebrating the arrival of its one millionth visitor this month.
Since the LAC first re-opened to the public in March 2014, the former 2012 Olympic and Paralympic venue has proved hugely popular with both elite athletes looking for a venue in which to train and the local community.Read more
No Strings Outdoors is a series of free to play outdoor badminton park activities hosted by Badminton England in parnership with Better, for all Londoners this summer.
To prove there’s a superhero inside of every child, the UK’s largest leisure provider Better is offering a wide range of activities for kids for free or just £1 this summer at all Better facilities across the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park area.Read more
The London Aquatic Centre supported the 2015 Royal Life Saving Society UK’s Drowning Prevention Week 2015, with more than 100,000 children taking part in Better Water Safety Week activities.Read more
A team of disabled young people from Bury St Edmunds have tasted Olympic Park glory by winning the 2015 Panathlon south east swim finals at the London Aquatics Centre on Monday 6 July.Read more
Paralympian and local Newham hero Amy Marren today (Monday July 6) returned to the venue in which she made her Paralympic debut at London 2012, exactly 10 years to the day since London won the bid to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.Read more