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10,000 Paralympic tickets up for grabs for Londoners

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Posted by AIL Staff on Friday 22nd of June 2012


London Legacy Development Corporation and Mayor of London launches A Day in the Park competition

· 10,000 Paralympic tickets up for grabs for Londoners
· The chance to find out what the future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has in store for visitors


The Mayor of London Boris Johnson and the London Legacy Development Corporation have launched a competition to give 10,000 Londoners the chance to win tickets to the 2012 Paralympic Games.

The A Day in the Park competition will see 10,000 tickets for the Paralympic Games being offered to residents across the 33 boroughs of London. Londoners can win a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to experience the excitement and inspiration of Paralympic sports and to enjoy the future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, just by logging on from Friday 22 June, 2012, and answering a simple question.


A Day on the Park competition is open only to London residents and can be entered through local media partners or via the website at www.adayinthepark.co.uk, for the chance to win:

Pairs of tickets
Family pack (4,6 or 8 tickets)
Community groups up to 20 tickets
Street groups up to 50 tickets

To find out more information or enter the A Day in the Park competition, local residents should visit the A Day in the Park competition homepage. There they will be asked to enter answer a simple Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park themed question to be entered into the competition. Winners will be chosen at random after the closing date on Wednesday 18th July.


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