Have You Spotted the Golden Bear Official Olympic Mascots?
The Olympic Torch Relay has proved to be a huge success up and down the country over the last couple of months. Many towns have made the event extra special by lining the streets to cheer on their chosen torch bearer, and the Internet is full of images of proud citizens posing in with the torches in this once in a life time event. Golden Bear have also been tasking part in the historic relay as the Official London Olympic Mascot has been turning up to wave to the crowds and join in with the festivities.
If you're heading out to watch the relay as it heads into its final sprint remember to keep an eye out for Wenlock, Mandeville and Pride the Lion. The Golden Bear mascots have been paying visits to local school children, appearing in support vehicles, running along the route, cheering from the sidelines and even appearing in newspapers and online. Have you seen them yet?
The Relay will be coming to an end when the torch arrives at the Olympic Stadium on July 27 after 70 days on the road. If you are hoping to witness the torch relay in person there is still time as it will be making its way through Maidstone, Guildford, Waltham Forest, Bexley, Wandsworth, Ealing, Haringley, and Westminster before arriving at the Stadium.
Keep your eyes peeled for the official Olympic mascots who will be there come rain or shine and please feel free to let us know if you spot Wenlock, Madeville or Pride.
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