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    jobsworthwatch wrote:
    Lets hope our councilors and jobsworths are ready for the cycling and rowing frenzy that is sweeping the nation.
    You can't cycle the prom at the moment, and there's a total ban on the cliff tops and in the chines, in fact you see no cycling signs everywhere!
    And its a shame that the westover rowing club building was demolished just prior to the Olympics. Still, I'm sure our councilors are poised to reap the sporting bonanza that will come to this town as part of the Olympic Legacy!
    How about our Councillors considering this deal - enforce the 10 - 6 Summer ban on prom cycling, to help protect our visitors, in return for keeping the prom free of sand for both us regulars and the new cyclists who might like to use the prom to build up confidence before facing the traffic on the roads."
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HAVE YOUR SAY: What should Britain's Olympics legacy be?

HAVE YOUR SAY: What should Britain's Olympics legacy be?

HAVE YOUR SAY: What should Britain's Olympics legacy be?

First published in Weymouth and Portland Sailing Olympics and Paralympics 2012 News

So, it's all over. Last night's closing ceremony capped Britain's most sucessful Games in more than a century - but what should happen now?

From better representation for women in sport to compulsory competitive sport in schools, there have already been a lot of opinions expresed about what should be the legacy of London 2012.

We'd like to know what you think - let us know in the comments please!


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