Thursday, 15 October 2009

Olympic Prizes for Leabank Square

Remember what I said at the meeting about Hackney Wick being the most researched bit of the UK in the next few months?
Read on...............

Hi everyone,

I work on a forum that discusses the Olympic legacy and the regeneration of East London – and what this means for residents of the five host boroughs.

I'm keen to get as many voices heard and as there's been a lot of interesting and lively debate here, I wondered if you might be interested in joining me.

By joining, you will benefit from having access to latest Olympic development news and your inputs (blogs/posts/ideas) will have a direct influence on decision making. Plus, there are tons of prizes to be won for your participation!

Discussions are lively and fun, ranging from your favourite places in the east end, to sporting heroes, as well as sharing local borough news and discussing the Olympic legacy post 2012.

If you'd want to join, please email me at with the word JOIN in the subject.

I look forward to hearing from you!
Kind regards,
Crystal Evans


Anonymous said...

we wanna now what the prizes r 1st

Crystal said...

Hi there, I'm Crystal Evans, and you're right - there probably are a lot of research projects going on at the moment and in the next few months, on this area.
Nevertheless, if you know anyone who might want to get involved in a community that looks at the Olympic legacy from the views of actual residents, then I'd be more than happy to provide you with more information!

In response to Anonymous, recent prizes have included tickets to Olympic related events, such as the Gymnastics at the O2, recently. Hope that helps!

If interested, please feel free to contact me at with the word JOIN in the title.

Thank you for reading.

Kind regards,


steve said...

a bit more revealing who Crystal is, and the money behind her, can be found on the GamesMonitor discussion forum,

Anonymous said...

Watch out - I had an invitation from Crystal to complete a survey and found I was being asked to provide a load of information about myself without any transparency about the origanisation or details of safeguards about the use of the information. Fortunately I became suspicious before completing the survey. Be careful about any more messages from her.