Lincolnshire knitters create Olympic running track


A Lincolnshire community group has created a 200m (656ft) knitted running track, which could go on display at the Olympic Village next year.

Artist Carol Parker started the project six months ago and has had help from schools, Brownies and knitting groups.

The project was part of the Igniting Ambition programme, a cultural programme of summer festivals and events which aims to leave a lasting Olympic legacy for people across the region.

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