In the last couple of days we've had activities such as the launch of BT's Road to 2012 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery; Corgi's first collectible toy is now on sale in Hamleys; the Royal Mail has issued Olympic stamps; and British Airways pilots yesterday were welcoming passengers to London with a special 1,000 days to go message.
These events wouldn't have been possible without our sponsors and partners, so I would like to thanks them all for their help and support.
And I was inspired by the 60 young people I met in Scotland competing in a special '1,000 days to go' heptathlon event run by Scottish Athletics.
I am delighted to see so many people, including our partners, being so enthusiastic about the Games and helping us excite and inspire millions of people across the country. With 1,000 days to go, over five million people are currently participating in London 2012 Games-related projects, such as the Inspire programme, Cultural Olympiad or the Get Set education programme.
There are still many opportunities to get involved between now and 2012. Our promise when we won the bid was that London 2012 would be 'everyone's Games'. If this weekend is anything to go by, we're well on our way to delivering this promise.