On Sunday afternoon, a ceremony was held at Leeds Met on the Headingley campus: as the Olympiade in Beijing came to a close during the closing ceremony, the olympic flag went down there, and went up in many towns across the UK. One of the designated locations of the olympic flag is the James Graham Building of Leeds Met.
This was celebrated here with a small party on the lawn. When the flag went up, a firework of glitter paper was shot in front of the entrance. The flag will stay on top of the James Graham Building for 8 days until next Sunday.