The greatest sporting event in the world began with a thrilling flypast from one of the icons of British aviation, the Red Arrows. A packed stadium of 62,000 people and an estimated global audience of one billion were thrilled by the team’s performance, which proved to be a fitting finale after they had flown over each […]
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By Rebecca Springate on 31 July, 2012 in Uncategorised
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