VIDEO: Documentary made in Cambridgeshire to celebrate the historic time when Britain hosted the 2012 Olympics

15:31 09 February 2013

Victoria Pendleton celebrates winning gold in the keirin at the London 2012 Olympics. Picture by www.britishcycling.org.uk

Victoria Pendleton celebrates winning gold in the keirin at the London 2012 Olympics. Picture by www.britishcycling.org.uk

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INSPIRING Cambridgeshire is a documentary film that celebrates the wide variety of arts, sports and cultural events and activities that were inspired by the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.

From local festivals, fun days, games, parades and carnivals to the Olympic Torch and Paralympic Lantern Relays, this fascinating record shows how people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds across Cambridgeshire celebrated London 2012 through the themes of diversity, culture, legacy, community, inspiration and success.

Filmed by Peter Harmer and Stories: Projects in Film, the documentary was commissioned by Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge City Council.

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