True to this day and age, Wenlock and Mandeville have set themselves up with social Media profiles. Why not follow the duo on Social Networking site Twitter. Follow @iamwenlock for Wenlock Follow @iammadeville for Mandeville
So where did the inspiration for the names come from for this controversial duo? Read on to find out more! Wenlock was named after the Shropshire town of Much Wenlock. It is thought that the Wenlock Games, founded around the mid 19th Century acted as a catalyst to the modern Olympic Games that we all … Read more
So Wenlock and Mandeville have been on the scene for 24 hours now. Here is a quick round-up of their imagery footprint on the web so far. Some may lead to inconic pictures to be remembered; others to be forgotten!
Do you think your school or college has got what it takes to put our new Nations Favourite Mascots through their paces? Why not try your luck and enter their competition for a chance to meet them in person!
Take a look at the magic behind the nations new 2012 Olympic Mascots. The story was originally written by author Michael Morpurgo and consequently turned into this animated short.