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A large open-air screen will be at Rochester Castle Gardens on Friday evening showing the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.
The wide screen will be free to watch and will showcase the amazing spectacle as it happens live at the Olympic stadium.
The 2012 Opening Ceremony has been coordinated by film director Danny Boyle – the man behind Slumdog Millionaire – and is set to delight billions around the world.
The Rochester Castle Gardens screening will follow the Medway Mile, which is also happening in Rochester on Friday, 27th July. More

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It’s fun, it’s free and it’s the perfect way to mark the start of the 2012 Olympics. The Medway Mile takes place on Friday 27 July, and everyone is invited to come along and walk, run or even skip a mile through Rochester’s streets, from toddlers to seniors and seasoned runners. More

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