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Shropshire teen lights the Olympic Cauldron

Aiden Reynolds, 18, from Telford in Shropshire, joined six other youth athletes last night, to light the Olympic Cauldron during the Olympic opening ceremony.

The flame, which had travelled over 8,000 miles around the UK, became the focus of the celebration, when multi gold medal winner, Steve Redgrave handed the flame to seven budding athletes.

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Harry Moseley's supporters making trademark bracelets ahead of Olympic Torch relay

Supporters of Harry Moseley are making his trademark bracelets on the coach to London.

Harry's father, sister and brother are accompanying his mum Georgie as she prepares to carry the Olympic Torch in Hammersmith and Fulham later this afternoon.

Supporters on the coach have been making Harry's trademark bracelets Credit: ITV Central

Other family members, friends and trustees of the charity set up in Harry's memory are on board, including former Birmingham City footballer Michael Johnson.

Ben Shepherd will meet the family as the coach arrives in London later this morning.

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Harry Moseley's mother to carry the Olympic Torch

Harry Moseley's mother Georgie has set off from Birmingham, to carry the Olympic torch in London today.

Harry raised more than five hundred thousand pounds for brain tumour research before he died from a tumour last year.

He was nominated by footballer John Terry to carry the torch, an honour his mother will carry out today.

The coach is en-route to London where Harry Moseley's mother will carry the Olympic Torch Credit: ITV Central
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