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Be pictured with the Olympic Torch

Back by popular demand – your opportunity to follow in the footsteps of David Beckham, Torvill and Dean and hundreds of the country’s unsung heroes by holding a piece of history in your hands.

Councillor Carol Pepper, Chairman of the Council is inviting employees to the Civic Suite at County Hall on Friday 26 October, 2pm to 4pm.

To be pictured with the torch you will need to make a £1 (minimum) donation, which will be split equally between the Chairman’s Charity and the 3rd Ruddington Brownies. You'll also need to bring your own camera. Friends and family are also welcome to attend.

This year’s Chairman’s Charity is the Nottingham Hospital’s Charity appeal to build a new cystic fibrosis centre for Nottinghamshire.

The torch being used during the event was carried by Carol Jaggers in Ingoldmells on 27 June as part of the flame’s journey to the Olympic Stadium.

Carol, from Nottinghamshire, has been Leader of Ruddinton Brownies for 25 years and was chosen to carry the Olympic flame because of her years of working with local children.

No appointment necessary - just turn up.

18 October 2012

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