Free tickets for Newham residents to Olympic park

17:29 10 August 2012

The Olympic Park...Picture by Melissa York

The Olympic Park...Picture by Melissa York

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Newham residents have the chance to get their hands on free tickets to enter the Olympic Park tomorrow.

Newham residents have the chance to get their hands on free tickets to enter the Olympic Park tomorrow.

Newham Council have secured 1,000 tickets available from 10am tomorrow from the information points at the two Newham Live sites.

The sites are located at Stratford Park on West Ham Lane and Central Park on High Street South.

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and limited to a maximum of four per person. Proof of Newham residence will be required. Under-16s will need to be accompanied by an adult.

These high demand tickets will allow you to experience the atmosphere of the Olympic Park but do not get you into any Olympic venue.

Please note, there are restrictions in place regarding what you may take into the Olympic Park - for more information please visit www.london2012.com/spectators

Having experienced the Olympic Park you can continue to enjoy the Games on big screens in Stratford or Central Park at the live sites.

Don’t forget, the Olympic Closing Ceremony takes place on Sunday where the eyes of the world will once again be on us as the host borough containing the Olympic Stadium.

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