Torch route through Chester on 29th May 2012
At approximately 17.45, the torch will travel through from Hough Green, to the Overleigh roundabout and continues into Handbridge.
The torch is then carried over the Old Dee Bridge on to the Groves then Grosvenor Park, and on to the Amphitheatre. The relay continues up Vicars Lane, into St John Street and then passes under the Eastgate Clock.
It will then complete a loop via St Werburgh Street and Northgate Street, passing the Cathedral and Town Hall. The Torch then heads down Watergate Street to the Racecourse celebration where it is expected at approximately 18.50.
See the full route, road by road.
Our coverage of the torch
We will be helping local media in Chester to cover the Olympic flame as it passes through the City on 29th May 2012.
In addition to providing a live web video feed on the day, and bringing our broadcast cameras along to record everything, we will be providing live commentary to Chester radio station, Dee 106.3.
About the torch
The torch boasts a unique design, with 8,000 holes in it representing the 8,000 torch bearers who will carry it around the country before the start of the games.
Controversy surrounds the Olympic torches, which are available to the torchbearers to buy for £200, with several already appearing for sale on eBay.