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Key facts

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  • There are 60 national Legacy 2014 programmes
  • The Games have helped Scotland to secure 45 high-profile national and international events, with an estimated economic impact of £18.5m
  • 150 Community Sport Hubs will be created across Scotland by 2016
  • Over 250,000 school pupils benefited from Game On Scotland, the official education programme for the Games
  • There are 150 Young Scot Youth Legacy Ambassadors
  • There are 37,500 opportunities for people to make a positive change in their lives through Street Soccer Scotland 
  • There were 109 Cultural Programme projects with links to 26 Commonwealth countries
  • £5.5m has been awarded by the BIG Lottery Fund to help communities get more active
  • The Active Places Fund has supported over 180 projects, helping build and improve community facilities
  • More than 750 teachers have been trained to support disabled young people in P.E.
  • The £5m Young Persons’ Fund will provide 2,500 young people with work experience

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Find out more about the approach to delivering the legacy of the Games