Olympic Torch Back In The North East

20 June 2012, 10:18 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50

The Olympic Torch will once again be passing through the North East on it's way from York to Carlisle later.

The relay will pass through North Yorkshire and County Durham today (Wednesday 20th June) on Day 33 of its travels around the UK.

It's already set off from York Minister this morning and travelled by train to Thirsk.

Thousands of people are expected to line the route, with sunshine and warm temperatures boosting numbers.

In Barnard Castle, the route (which you can see below) will be closed to traffic from about 2.45pm and will remain closed until after the convoy has left, at about 3.45pm.

There will be temporary car parking at Upper and Lower Demesnes in the town, and viewing points along the route for school groups to watch the event. 

For more info, head to durham.gov.uk/olympictorchrelay 

The Route

10:14 Thirsk Road (A168) 
10:23 - 10:27 East Road (A168) 
10:30 Friargate Street (A167) 
10:30 High Street 
10:36 South Parade (A167) 
10:40 Boroughbridge Road (A167) 
10:49 Lees Lane (A684) 

11:04 Bedale Road (A684)
11:10 Stanley Terrace (A684)

11:15 Bridge Street (A684)
11:18 Market Place (A684)

Aysgarth Falls

12:00 Church Bank 1
12:06 Aysgarth Falls, National Park Visitor Centre

12:51 High Street (A6108)
12:59 Richmond Road (A6108)

13:18 Reeth Rd (A6108)
13:24 A6108
13:26 Cravengate
13:27 Newbiggin
13:29 Finkle Steet
13:30 Market Place
13:31 Trinity Church Sq
13:32 Castle Wynd
13:38 Trinity Church Square
13:39 King Street
13:40 Queens Rd
13:41 Pottergate (A6108)
13:46 Darlington Road (A6108)
13:50 Richmond School

Barnard Castle
15:14 Westwick Rd
15:17 Newgate
15:23 Horse Market (A67)
15:26 Galgate (A67)
15:28 Galgate
15:29 Horse Market (A67)
15:33 Bridge Gate (A67)
15:37 The Sills (A67)
15:38 Bowes Road (A67)

16:03 Upper Street (B6276)
16:06 B6276
16:08 New Road (B6276)