A homecoming celebration for Plymouth's London 2012 athletes will be hosted by Plymouth City Council on Wednesday 19 September.
Diver Tom Daley, who won a bronze medal in the 10-metre individual men’s platform event and 15-year old Lithuanian swimmer Ruta Meilutyte, who won gold in the 100-metre women’s breaststroke, will be among athletes taking part in the event.
The celebration will include an open top bus parade and an event in the city centre, as well as a civic reception hosted by Lord Mayor of Plymouth, Councillor Michael Wright.The event will take place in the early evening, after school, so that children and young people can join in.
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Plymouth schoolchildren are marking the final countdown to the start of the 2012 Olympic Games.
50 from Pilgrim Primary and 50 from the Marine Academy are taking part in an interactive game on the big screen at the Piazza in Armada Way. They will then spell out the number 100.