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Published on April 30, 2008

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Slide3:  To host an inspirational, safe and inclusive Olympic and Paralympic Games and leave a sustainable legacy for London and the UK. London’s vision for the games Slide4:  LOCOG (London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games) OLYMPIC BOARD ODA (Olympic Delivery Authority) IOC Transport Infrastructure Co-Ordination BOA Government GLA LOCOG N&R working groups Nations & Regions Group Nations and Regions Group:  Nations and Regions Group Chaired by Charles Allen of LOCOG 3 Nations – Scotland/Wales/NI 9 English Regions Feeds directly into LOCOG Each Nation/Region decides its own structure and representative Slide6:  Yorkshire Committee for the 2012 Games Members: Yorkshire Forward Yorkshire Culture Yorkshire Tourist Board Sport England Yorkshire Leeds City Council GOYH Bradford MDC Local Government Yorkshire and Sheffield City Council Humber Hull City Council Y&H Assembly City of York Council LSC Yorkshire & Humber Slide7:  • Ambition – inspire people to see and attain their full potential • Inclusion & Diversity – reach and bring together all of our communities • Legacy – deliver lasting social, economic and environmental benefits 2007-2017 ‘‘I am delighted to see that Yorkshire is making the most of this opportunity and is already planning to ensure it achieves strong legacy benefits that will last long after the 2012 Games are finished. I urge you to continue to be vociferous in your support in the run up to the 2012 Games. ‘‘ Lord Sebastian Coe Chairman of London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games :  ‘‘I am delighted to see that Yorkshire is making the most of this opportunity and is already planning to ensure it achieves strong legacy benefits that will last long after the 2012 Games are finished. I urge you to continue to be vociferous in your support in the run up to the 2012 Games. ‘‘ Lord Sebastian Coe Chairman of London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Wellbeing Wealth Business Sport and Physical Activity Profile and Tourism Community Culture Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Putting Sport Centrestage Increased participation in sport and active recreation, especially amongst those who currently do least More successful athletes in and from Yorkshire and Humber Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Putting Sport Centrestage Key Actions: Enhance sports facilities Enhance people based skills Establish Pre-Games Training Camps Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Healthy and Cohesive Communities Active, healthier and inclusive communities with bright prospects for the future Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Healthy and Cohesive Communities Key Actions: Enhance children’s learning Use sport to promote cohesion Volunteers Program A more physically active community Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities A Carnival of Culture Enhanced perceptions of Yorkshire and Humber as outward facing, culturally rich, and internationally connected – in short a great place to live and visit. Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities A Carnival of Culture Key Actions: Deliver Yorkshire’s input to the Cultural Olympiad (2008-2012) Stoke young peoples interest in sport and culture Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities A Carnival of Culture We have some of the best built and natural heritage in Britain. More national parkland than any other region. World renowned industrial heritage. Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Enhanced Profile and Tourist Potential Higher visitor spend than otherwise, especially from targeted countries and in niche markets about active leisure and events Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Enhanced Profile and Tourist Potential Key Actions: Attract tourists visiting 2012 Stage major events UK school Games Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Winners in Business Outward looking businesses that export more, and a strong sports industry sector with growing numbers of firms, jobs and increasing output. Five Golden Opportunities:  Five Golden Opportunities Winners in Business Key Actions: Help businesses to win contracts Use the Games to promote enterprise Enhance generic business skills i.e. Leadership and Management Delivery:  Delivery Local delivery plans for the 2012 Games will be developed that implement the priorities in this Strategy. The cities of Leeds, Sheffield and Hull are all committed to leading the preparation of Local delivery plans for the 2012 Games. Slide22:  Yorkshire and Humber’s wealth of large towns and cities is Unsurpassed in England A key element of this approach will be to establish a regional ambassadors programme utilising high profile individuals from across the five Strategy areas. The region’s approach supports the London Games and the Olympic ethos.:  A key element of this approach will be to establish a regional ambassadors programme utilising high profile individuals from across the five Strategy areas. The region’s approach supports the London Games and the Olympic ethos. Regional Ambassadors

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