Applications for funding for this year's contributions to the People's Record have now closed.

Grants have been awarded to 12 cultural projects that will create a collective record of the public's response to hosting the 2012 Games.

These projects, taking place between June and October 2012, will explore the transformation of communities; themes of health, sport and wellbeing; and young people's aspirations through engagement work and the legacy of the 2012 Games.

The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a once in a lifetime event that needs to be recorded for posterity. Since 2008 museums, libraries and archives around the UK have supported community groups to have their say and tell their stories. This website showcases the results.

Funded projects

The projects funded for the People's Record from June to October 2012 are:

Loughborough University Library - Capturing life on Loughborough University campus in the lead in to the London 2012 Olympics

North East Lincolnshire Council - Sporting Voices part two

Eastside Community Heritage - Countdown

London Borough of Barnet - Celebration! Barnet 2012

Blackburn with Darwen Library & Information Service - Olympic Chatter

Redbridge Museum - Redbridge and the London 2012 Games

North Tyneside Library Club - Olympians of the Future

Hackney Museum - Asian Women's Network Community Archive

Brent Museum - A Stadium Full of Dreams: Reflections of the 1948 Olympic Games in Wembley and beyond

Museum of London Docklands - 2012 on your doorstep

Westminster City Archives - People's Record Project - Westminster

Bodmin Library - Swim, Lunch, Learn and Reminisce

For more information on these projects please download the spreadsheet or visit the People's Record website.

Further information

For further information on the People's Record, visit the 2012 pages of the website or visit the People's Record website. You can also learn more about how we support museums and libraries.