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And the 405 councils which answered the FoI in full have revealed they employ 3,453 people in PR, communications and marketing positions between them. Some 44 of these councils have 20 or more communications positions. Manchester City Council has the most with 77 staff. This was followed by Leeds Cit

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Olympic Flame Costs for Gwynedd Council: Management of Olympic Flame County Relay (including highway and transportation staff costs, clean up and contracts) - £24,632.96 Olympic Flame Regional Evening Celebration Event (including security, parking, transportation, contractors fees) - £71,645.16 Income (from transport and parking fees) - £11,810.04 Total Cost: £84,468.08 Gwynedd Council has not retained time sheets for all staff involved in the Olympic Flame Event nor the Olympic Torch relay, therefore this information is not held nor available.

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We created a new website called Birmingham Our Games, which has lots of information about the relay and other events and also gives the community space to tell us how they'd like to get involved. It's very much a community-owned website that has been developed to be a long-term legacy. There hasn't been a legacy budget, but we've tried to work with our networks to maximise goodwill.

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The Department has no plans to offer financial support to district councils or town, and parish councils on the route of the Olympic Torch relay. Each community on route or host authority for an evening celebration has entered into an agreement with the London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) to deliver the services required to support the relay and entered into such agreements at their own discretion, accepting the responsibilities entailed. The Department will continue to engage with local authorities, sharing best practice to support them as they prepare for the relay.

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