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Image: More projects have secured legacy funding

London mayor Boris Johnson has pledged a further £800,000 for grassroots sports projects across the capital as part of the wider £15.5m 2012 Sports Legacy Fund.

A total of 16 schemes are to benefit in the latest round of funding, with grants worth between £6,000 and £160,000 to be help improve facilities, upgrade equipment and enhance access.

Among the recipients is Twickenham Brunswick Club for Young People, which is building a new boxing centre in Richmond with the help of a £160,000 award.

Elsewhere, Masbro Centre in Hammersmith and Fulham has received £75,000 towards plans for the replacement of the sports hall roof and a revamp of the pitch and changing areas.

Johnson said: "I am determined that Londoners are inspired by the feats of endurance we are set to witness, to get fit and active."

Click here for more information about the latest projects to receive funding as part of the mayor's 2012 Sports Legacy Fund.

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London mayor Boris Johnson has pledged a further £800,000 for grassroots sports projects across the capital as part of the wider £15.5m 2012 Sports Legacy Fund.
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