Team London Ambassadors - the volunteers who helped make the London Olympics such a success - staged a flash mob in St Pancras station today. They danced in the ticket hall to welcome international visitors, arriving from Europe on the Eurostar.
It's the first time the volunteers have returned to the capital since the end of the Games - but the Boris Johnson is hoping it won't be the last. The Mayor is planning to harness the volunteer manpower in a long-term programme, using them "as an additional resource for large scale events".
Initial pilots are taking place over the next two weeks, kick-started by the St Pancras flash mob.
Eurostar management says it's "delighted" to see the Ambassadors return:
A series of other projects will see the Ambassadors:
helping tourists arriving at events at the 02 arena in Greenwich.
welcoming visitors during busy periods at Gatwick Airport.
selling poppies to raise money for the Royal British Legion.
at Saracens Rugby Club home games when the team returns to London in the New Year.