One of the 8,000 London 2012 Olympic torches made by a Coventry-based company will be put on permanent display at the city's Council House today.
The torch, made by Premier Group, will be handed to the Lord Mayor of Coventry in a ceremony happening today.
A lack of volunteers could hamper future attempts to make the most of the Olympic legacy. That is according to Former Head of UK Athletics, David Moorcroft.
Speaking from the office of 'Join In', an organisation that aims to encourage participation in sport, the former 5000m world record holder who is from Coventry told ITV News Central of his concerns ahead of the first anniversary of the London Games.
A year on from London 2012 more than 23,000 young people in the East Midlands have got involved in Olympic sports.
Sport England says teenagers and young adults have benefitted from free or discounted courses in 70 different sports.
Nearly one year on from the London 2012 Olympics and Derby is already showing signs of benefiting from the "Olympic legacy" says one councillor.
Councillor Martin Repton from Derby City Council says investment in new facilities such as the £27m velodrome are examples of how the city is benefiting from London hosting the games.
This week marks one year since the opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games. Small Heath boxing gym in Digbeth is just one of the projects that's benefited from the Games through funding and increased public support.
They've recently had fighters called up to represent England.
London Olympic 2012 star, Nick Skelton, will open the new British Show Jumping centre in Meriden, near Solihull, later today.
Nick Skelton, from Coventry, was part of the Team GB jumping squad which took gold last summer.
He has also won a number of major medals in a career spanning almost 40 years.
Thousands of bargain-hunting Olympics fans scrambled for items at a London 2012 sale billed as the "last chance" to own part of the Games.Read the full story ›
Chris Holmes MBE, a former multi-medal winning Paralympic swimmer and now Director of Integration for London2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, says that this weekend's memorabilia auction at the Ricoh Arena is a great chance to grab a piece of magic from the events.
A pink javelin signed by Jessica Ennis, a large London2012 Royal Mail stamp autographed by Mo Farah and a Mary Poppins costume from the Olympic opening ceremony are going under the hammer today at an auction in Coventry.
London 2012 chairman Lord Coe described it as a chance for people "to own a unique piece of the Games".