18 Tuesday, 22 September 2009 London Lite Prices correct at time of going to print & valid for a limited time only. Offers subject to availability. Not available from stores in N.I & R.O.I. All sizes & measurements may vary. Colours & models may vary. Over 50stores within the M25! To find your nearest store visit www.lidl.co.uk or call our store location line on 0870 444 1234* *Rate varies depending upon communication provider Carrots Conference Pears Little Red Rooster Potatoes Parsnips Savoy Cabbage British Cox Apples 37p75p Per Pack 69p1.45 Per Pack 49p99p Per Pack 44p89p Per Pack 34p69p Each 69p1 Per Pack Available in-store now 2012Tubemaptoshowevents A NEW Tube map will show the loca- tions of Olympic sporting events. Mayor Boris Johnson wants visitors to Londons 2012 Games to be able to easily identify the correct Tube stop for different events. Relevant stations could either be indicated by the Olympic rings symbol or the symbol for each sport. Although the majority of the events will take place in the Olympic Park, served by Stratford and West Ham Underground stations and Hackney Wick Overground station, there are several elsewhere in London. They include volleyball at Earls Court, archery at Lords near St Johns Wood, and tennis at Wimbledon. A City Hall source said: We want to make things as clear as possible. We want to see people moving around smoothly with a clear idea of where theyre going and how to get there. Pictograms indicating each sport are being drawn up by the London Organ- ising Committee Of The Olympic Games (Locog) and are due to be released this year. A spokesman for Locog said: The pictograms will be used on signposts to direct visitors to the events. A Transport for London spokesman said: We will be working with the Mayor, Locog and the Olympic Delivery by mark blunden nearestolympicstations Authority on how to best present the public information to help visitors and Londoners get around the city during the Games. The Tube map will play a key role. Plans for an Olympic Tube map follow the debacle over TfLs removal of the River Thames and the zones from the existing map because it was too cluttered. The authority changed its mind after a backlash from Londoners. The map is reviewed every six months to take into account station closures and new lines and stations. Replacing the map costs about 80,000 each time. Why Bow is not the stop for archery... Stratford, West Ham, Leyton Athletics, hockey, handball, aquatics Earls Court Volleyball Southfields Tennis Wembley Park Football Custom House Boxing, fencing, judo, table tennis Hyde Park Corner Triathalon St Johns Wood Archery Woolwich Arsenal DLR Shooting Great Portland Street Road cycling North Greenwich Badmintson, rhymthic gymnastics Embankment Beach volleyball A HAVE-A-GO hero saved three people including a child from flats above a burning London shop this morning. The unnamed man was putting up a billboard poster near the shop in Church Street, Edmonton when the blaze broke out just after 5am today. He used his ladder to rescue a man, woman and child trapped by the fire. Firefighters then arrived and rescued a further six people, including two children, from the blaze. Hero saves child from blaze flat e Fire escape: a man, woman and tot are taken to safety in Edmonton early this morning H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html