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Stockton's Olympic Legacy

A museum on Teesside has been given eighty costumes used in the opening ceremony for the Olympics. The outfits will be worn by volunteers at Preston Park Museum to help bring its Victorian street to life.

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Stockton shows the Olympic legacy isn't just about sport

The 2012 Olympics spurred on more people than ever to get active - but it's legacy isn't just about sporting greatness.

Preston Park in Stockton was recently given eighty costumes worn by actors in the Olympic opening ceremony, which it has been putting to good use to help bring it's Victorian street to life.

Volunteers at Preston Park have been putting the costumes to good use Credit: ITV

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