The torch starts day 43 in Derby and is carried through the south of the city ending at the Royal Derby Hospital. The next leg sees it carried through Burton-upon-Trent. The torch will visit the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas to mark Armed Forces Day. **
Followed by relay legs in Streethay and Lichfield, Hopwas and Tamworth, finishing at the Castle, Great Wyrley, Newtown, Bloxwich and Leamore, Walsall, Willenhall, Wolverhampton, Coseley and Dudley, via the Black Country Museum. evening Celebration at Cannon Hill Park.
It's then carried through Oldbury and West Bromwich.
The final leg of the day takes it from Smethwick, through Cape Hill into Birmingham, past Edgbaston Cricket ground, finishing with an evening celebration at Cannon Hill Park.
DAY 43 – SATURDAY JUNE 30th:
ROYAL DERBY HOSPITAL
NATIONAL MEMORIAL ARBORETUM
BLACK COUNTRY LIVING MUSEUM
CANNON HILL PARK
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