DAY 41 – THURSDAY JUNE 28th:
The torch starts day 41 at Lincoln Cathedral heading west through Saxilby, and into Nottinghamshire with legs in Darlton, East Markham, Tuxford, Kirton, Boughton and Ollerton, and Edwinstowe, where it will be taken into Sherwood Forest to the 800 year old Major Oak tree.
It’s then on to Mansfield Woodhouse, Mansfield, Kelham, Newark, Balderton and Grantham, also visiting Belton House. It then heads to Nottingham via Radcliffe on Trent, the National Water Sports Centre, and West Bridgford.
It's then carried over Trent Bridge via the Meadows into the city centre via Sneinton and Hockley. It'll be carried by Torvill and Dean during a performance at the National Ice Arena before arriving for an evening celebration in Old Market Square.
LINCOLN (LINCOLN CATHEDRAL)
NATIONAL WATER SPORTS CENTRE
NATIONAL ICE ARENA
OLD MARKET SQUARE
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