The Olympic torch begins its journey across the Anglia region in Northamptonshire on Monday 2 July in Northamptonshire. It visits the ancestral home of Princess Diana at Althorp House before touring Northampton, Wellingborough, Isham, Kettering, Geddington, Corby and Dingley before heading for Market Harborough.
On Tuesday 3 July it reaches Peterborough after travelling on a boat across Rutland Water and on a steam train on the Nene Valley Railway.
Wednesday 4 July sees a journey through south Lincolnshire into Norfolk through King's Lynn, the Royal Estate in Sandringham and Cromer before arriving in Norwich. It'll also drop into Spalding, Moulton, Whaplode, Holbeach, Long Sutton, South Wootton, West & East Rudham, Fakenham, Holt and Aylsham.
On Thursday 5 July it's to Ipswich via Gt Yarmouth and Lowestoft calling at Hethersett, Acle, Filby, Wrentham, Reydon, Southwold, Kelsale, Saxmundham, Aldeburgh, Wickham Market, Ufford, Melton, Woodbridge and Felixstowe.
Friday 6 July sees the torch arrive in Essex. It goes through Colchester, Hatfield Peverel, Heybridge, Maldon, Raleigh and Southend. It'll travel on two wheels at the mountain bike venue at Hadleigh Farm before going through Basildon, Grays, Herongate and Brentwood before ending up at Hylands Park on the outskirts of Chelmsford.
On Saturday 7 July it's from Chelmsford to Cambridge going through Harlow, Waltham Abbey, Hertford, Ware, Bishop's Stortford, Stansted, Newport, Saffron Walden, Haverhill, Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket. The torch will also travel by white water raft at the Olympic canoe slalom course in the Lee Valley in Hertfordshire.
On Sunday 8 July it's a run around the Quad at Trinity College and a punt trip on the Cam before the journey to Luton. The Olympic Flame will also visit St Ives, Huntingdon, Bedford, Cotton End, Letchworth, Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield, St Albans and Hemel Hempstead.
Then from Luton on Monday 9 July it's to Dunstable, Milton Keynes, Bletchley and Buckingham and then out of the Anglia region.