A HARROW landmark is among the images on badges plugging the London 2012 Olympics which go on sale later this month.

The badges feature landmarks, chosen by residents, from across the capital, including Harrow's own St Mary's Church, which sits atop of Harrow-on-the-Hill.

The outline of the historic church, which is more than 900 years' old, accompanies the official Olympic logo and the word Harrow on an orange background.

Other London landmarks which have been selected for the badges include Alexandra Palace in Haringey, Battersea Power Station and the London Eye.

Sebastian Coe, chairman of Olympic organising committee, praised the badges as a “fantastic” way to show what London had to offer.

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