Olympic Torch Relay

The Olympic Torch will make its way through Yorkshire on Monday 18th, Tues 19th and Wed 20th June.

The Olympic Torch Relay sees an average of 115 Torchbearers per day carry the Olympic Flame before it arrives at the Olympic Stadium on July 27th for the lighting of the cauldron for the Opening Ceremony.

The iconic torch will begin its journey in Lythe at 09:14am on Monday 18th June before making its way to the likes of Whitby and Scarborough before arriving in Hull at 4.56pm.

On Tuesday 19th the Torch will make its way to York via the likes of Brough
, Boston Spa and Ripon before Wednesday's journey will see it arrive in Richmond.

The route is as follows:

Monday 18th June
09:14 - Lythe
09:24 - Sandsend

09:40 - Whitby

11:44 - Pickering

12:28 - Scarborough
14:24 - Filey

15:00 - Bridlington

16:16 - Beverley

16:56 - Hull

Tuesday 19th June
07:09 - Hull

07:37 - Brough

08:29 - Goole

09:00 - Camblesforth

09:16 - Selby

10:18 - Monk Fryston

10:39 - Barkston Ash

10:54 - Tadcaster

11:13 - Boston Spa

11:37 - Wetherby

12:02 - Harewood

13:33 - Knaresborough

14:06 - Harrogate

16:11 - Ripon

17:24 - York

Wednesday 20th June
08:05 - York

09:35 - Thirsk

10:14 - Northallerton

11:04 - Aiskew

11:15 - Bedale

12:00 - Aysgarth

12:51 - Leyburn

13:18 - Richmond


olympic torch relay scotland

For the full route and subsequent road closures CLICK HERE.

For the latest pictures of the torch come back here on Monday 18th June.

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