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Photo gallery: Send us your Olympic-themed photos

13:41 10 August 2012

Olympic flags created by pupils at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Submitted by iwitness24.co.uk user Andy Taylor.

Olympic flags created by pupils at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Submitted by iwitness24.co.uk user Andy Taylor.

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As we enter the final stretch of the hugely successful London 2012 Olympic Games, iwitness24.co.uk users around Norfolk and north Suffolk are continuing to soak up the celebratory atmosphere.

Olympic flags created by pupils at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Submitted by iwitness24.co.uk user Andy Taylor.Olympic flags created by pupils at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Submitted by iwitness24.co.uk user Andy Taylor.

The red, white and blue of the Union Jack continues to provide colour around the region, as people make the most of Team GB’s unprecedented medal success.

These photos of Olympic flags were created by pupils at Alderman Peel High School in Wells and submitted via iwitness24.co.uk

But we want more! Send us your photos and we will add them to our Olympic-themed readers’ gallery attached to this story. View the gallery at the top-right of this page.

- The latest iwitness24.co.uk challenge is for people to send in photos with a gold, silver or bronze theme, to mark the success of Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics.

Send in your photos to iwitness24.co.uk and we will publish a photo gallery online as well as the best photos in the Eastern Daily Press and the Norwich Evening News.

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