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Places People Play - the Government’s sports legacy from London 2012 - was launched today by the Minister for the Sport and the Olympics, Hugh Robertson.
“This is the cornerstone of a grassroots legacy from hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games, because it delivers on the bid pledge of enabling more people of all ages and abilities to play sport,” said Mr Robertson.
“With more Lottery money being invested in facilities, volunteering and protecting and improving playing fields, there will be opportunities for everyone to get involved. When people talk about the legacy of the Games, we want them to talk about Places People Play - and then we want them to get out there and join in.”