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MEET WENLOCK AND MANDEVILLE
Mandevilles name comes from Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, which held The Stoke Mandeville Games, the inspiration for the Paralympics. Mandeville wears a pink stopwatch on his wrist which on models reads 0:20:12. His helmet-like head with three points coloured blue, red and green represents the agitos, the Paralympic Symbol. Also they are pieces of steel made to fill the hole in the stadium.
Wenlocks name is inspired by Much Wenlock in Shropshire, England, where the Wenlock Olympian Society held its first Olympian Games in 1850, regarded as an inspiration for the modern Olympic games. He has five friendship bracelets on his wrist. Each bracelet takes the colour of an Olympic ring. The three points on his head represent the three places on the podium. The pattern on his body with the logo of the games symbolises the whole world coming to London in 2012. The shape on the front of his head represents the shape of the Olympic stadium roof. In the run-up to the games Wenlock hopes to make as many friends as possible and always looks on the bright side of life.
What colour is Mandevilles stopwatch?
It is pink.
How many bracelets does Wenlock have on his wrist?
He has got five friendship bracelets.What do Wenlocks bracelets stand for?
They stand for the Olympic rings.
What is the agitos?
Its the Paralympic symbol.
Whose head represents the Olympic Stadiums roof?
What was used to fill in the hole in the stadium?
Pieces of steel.
What does Wenlock hope for?
He hopes to make as many friends as possible in the run-up to the games.
Who is always optimistic?
A fierce storm soaks the of Bolton.This is no night for .
Next morning something stirs in the .Its Mandeville. But, wheres Wenlock?Wait! Thats not .The could do with some help now, and they know where to it.
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