The Olympic Rings have been installed on the side of the National Trust’s Box Hill. Made of aluminium they are approximately 15m wide by 7m high and will be an exciting feature in the county for the duration of the Olympic Games.
The Road Races take place on the 28 July and 29 July and spectators at Box Hill are set to get a fantastic view of the events.
Seb Coe, LOCOG Chair, said: 'The Olympic Rings are an iconic symbol, inspiring athletes and uniting people around the world. These Rings will excite and inspire local people and visitors to Box Hill.'
Andy Wright, National Trust Countryside Manager for the Surrey Hills, added: 'We’re so proud to showcase this special place to the world. For us the Rings are a symbol of what an amazing place Box Hill is, what an amazing journey it has been on over the past few years and what a fantastic legacy the Olympics will leave here, particularly for wildlife.'
Some areas of Box Hill are set aside for ticketed spectators only. If you're thinking of going to watch the Road Race and you don't have a ticket, read this advice and information
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