01:21AM, Saturday 11 August 2012
Two friends say they can’t wait to take part in the spectacular closing ceremony of the Olympics tomorrow.
Tonia Green, 29 from Pound Lane in Sonning, and Katey Mattey, 29, from Twyford, have been chosen to take part in Kim Gavin’s ‘A Symphony of British Music’ at the Olympic stadium and say it will be a night to ‘treasure forever’.
Katey was a standard bearer at the Olympic’s opening ceremony.
Both have been told not to disclose details of the closing ceremony, but have said it will be amazing.
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