Olympic torch route and bearers unveiled

Olympic torch route through south London unveiled

Olympic torch route through south London unveiled

First published in News

The Olympic torch will take in south London and Surrey as it completes its journey across the UK to the Olympic Stadium in July.

From Guildford on July 20, the torch will travel through all London boroughs before reaching the stadium on July 27 for the games.

A short breakdown is below:

July 20
Maidstone
Chatham
Gillingham
Rochester
Higham
Gravesend
Borough Green
Seal
Sevenoaks
Riverhead
Godstone
Bletchingley
Redhill
Reigate
Dorking
Westcott
Shere
Godalming
Guildford (Evening celebration)

July 21
Greenwich
Newham
Tower Hamlets
Hackney
Waltham Forest (Evening celebration)

July 22
Redbridge
Barking & Dagenham
Havering
Bexley (Evening celebration)

July 23
Lewisham
Bromley
Croydon
Sutton
Merton
Wandsworth (Evening celebration)

July 24
Kingston
Richmond
Hounslow
Hillingdon
Ealing (Evening celebration)

July 25
Harrow
Brent
Barnet
Enfield
Haringey (Evening celebration)

July 26
Camden
Islington
City
Southwark
Lambeth
Kensington & Chelsea
Hammersmith & Fulham
Westminster (Evening celebration)

July 27
Olympic Stadium

More to follow...

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10:53am Mon 19 Mar 12

David7 says...

It looks as if there are only three people from Sutton who will actually carry the torch through Sutton. So much for getting the London Boroughs involved...
It looks as if there are only three people from Sutton who will actually carry the torch through Sutton. So much for getting the London Boroughs involved... David7
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2:57pm Mon 19 Mar 12

Gareth Roberts says...

Am I alone in thinking that the photo accompanying this story looks more like a London Fire Brigade awareness campaign for faulty irons that are likely to burst into flames?
Am I alone in thinking that the photo accompanying this story looks more like a London Fire Brigade awareness campaign for faulty irons that are likely to burst into flames? Gareth Roberts
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10:40pm Mon 19 Mar 12

Concerned_Resident says...

Gareth Roberts wrote:
Am I alone in thinking that the photo accompanying this story looks more like a London Fire Brigade awareness campaign for faulty irons that are likely to burst into flames?
No you're not.

And am I the only one who thinks that the headline mentions "torch bearers" but I don't see any mention of who they are?
[quote][p][bold]Gareth Roberts[/bold] wrote: Am I alone in thinking that the photo accompanying this story looks more like a London Fire Brigade awareness campaign for faulty irons that are likely to burst into flames?[/p][/quote]No you're not. And am I the only one who thinks that the headline mentions "torch bearers" but I don't see any mention of who they are? Concerned_Resident
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10:47pm Mon 19 Mar 12

kelliep1970 says...

would be nice to see an actual route too instead of just the place name :)
would be nice to see an actual route too instead of just the place name :) kelliep1970
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10:50pm Mon 19 Mar 12

Concerned_Resident says...

A quick google found this http://www.london201
2.com/olympic-torch-
relay-map

Nice street level route on there.
A quick google found this http://www.london201 2.com/olympic-torch- relay-map Nice street level route on there. Concerned_Resident
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