London 2012 Paralympic Games 28 August to 9 September 2012
What's on in Runnymede?
Rowers for both the 2012 games will be based at Royal Holloway University of London. Athletes arrived in the week commencing 16 July 2012 and will be using Dorney Lake for the training in advance of the competition from 29 July 2012. There will be 1,500 athletes based at the site during the games period.
Keep up to date with all the action at the Paralympics on BBC's website or the London 2012 website.
Plympic Route Network (PRN)
There are changes to the road network around Egham. This is to enable athletes and other members of the games family easy access to the M25.
On the A30 Egham bypass the speed limit has been restricted to 30mph until Wednesday 5 September and will be enforced by the police. The inside lane in both directions will be for games traffic only from 6am to 4pm daily from Monday 16 July until Wednesday 5 September.
On Egham Hill a new access point has been put in for buses going in and out of the university campus. Temporary traffic lights are in operation for the Olympic Village until Wednesday 5 September.
For further information visit www.gosurrey.info/orn
Torch Relay for Paralympics
Find out where the torch is travelling before the start of the Paralympic Games on Wednesday 29 August 2012.
Surrey athletes at London 2012 Paralympic Games
Find out more about the Surrey athletes taking part in London 2012 Paralympic Games on Go Surrey's website.
Get involved by becoming a local leader find out more from the London 2012 website.
Watching fantastic sporting action is not the only way to get involved in London 2012. From lining the streets to welcome the Paralympic Flame, to enjoying Festival events across the UK, there are so many ways to join in.
London 2012 Olympic Games 27 July to 12 August 2012
Olympic Cycling Road Race and Time Trial
The Olympic Cycling Road Race in Surrey took place on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July. Team GB's Lizzie Armitstead won silver in the women's road race on Sunday.
The Time Trial took place on Wednesday 1 August. We saw Team GB's Bradley Wiggins winning gold and Chris Froome won bronze in the men's time trial.
See all the news on the Cycling Road Race and Time Trial on BBC sport cycling web page
See the newsletters below or visit the Go Surrey website.
Surrey Road Cycling App
The Surrey Road Cycling App is an essential guide to the Surrey sections of the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling event routes complete with maps, schedules and other useful tools. The GPS map shows places of interest along the routes through Surrey. The app also includes photos, race information and updates from the @GoSurreyLive Twitter account.
London 2012 and the Cultural Olympiad, South East
London 2012 and the Cultural Olympiad, South East brochure is your guide to hundreds of arts and culture events taking place near you.
2012 free sports taster sessions up for grabs
Inspired by London 2012 coming to Surrey or maybe want to make new friends or get active? Why not try a sport free of charge? Go to www.activesurrey.com and click on the Activity Finder, search with 'yes' in the 'free taster session' option and away you go.
Useful factsheets and information
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2012 Olympics in Surrey - latest news and information from Surrey News
Runnymede events that have taken place a part of London 2012
10 July 2012 saw the Olympic Torch Relay come through Egham. Read our Torch relay page for more information about the day and other dates when the Torch returned to Surrey.
- Runnymede South Schools Confederation's own torch relay with their own torch which was on display at the torch relay
- community arts workshops producing flags that were on display at the torch relay
- 2012 literary festival is awarded the inspire mark.
- north confederation of schools arts exhibition at Chertsey Museum.
- sporting life exhibition held at Chertsey Museum.
- 18th century cricket reenactment at Chertsey cricket club in September 2011.
- 2011 junior world championship rowers based at Royal Holloway.
- school mini games.
There were early celebrations on Friday 27 July by an All The Bells event where thousands of people were ringing bells at 8.12am as part of the London 2012 Festival.
A bell of any kind was rung for three minutes - from experienced change ringing experts of tower bells to enthusiastic children with hand bells, bicycle bells and doorbells.
Last updated 28 August 2012 (KR)