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Olympic cauldron donated to Henley River and Rowing Museum

1 July 2013 Last updated at 22:12 BST

The Olympic cauldron has been donated to the Henley River and Rowing Museum in Oxfordshire.

The cauldron, which carried the Olympic flame during London 2012, was donated by Locog as part of the Games' legacy.

It was received on behalf of the museum by Sir Matthew Pinsent.

It followed a procession by the Royal Barge, Gloriana, from Henley Royal Regatta to the museum, with crew including Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger.

BBC South Today's Nikki Mitchell reports.

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