The Olympic Torch is spending its last day in the North West - for now. It left from Liverpool John Lennon Airport for the Isle of Man
The Olympic torch travelled through the southern part of the region yesterday, from Bolton to Liverpool. Here are your pictures.
The Olympic flame is due to take a ferry across the Mersey as it continues its journey around the country.
The Olympic flame left Liverpool John Lennon Airport this morning, bound for Douglas on the Isle of Man. It travelled on the 'Fire Fly' - the chartered Olympic plane.
The torch is currently in Douglas. It will then head to:
- Laxey for 13.24
- Onchan for 14.38
- Ballasalla for 15.13
- Castletown for 15.30
Tomorrow the torch will leave the region for Northern Ireland, but it will be back in the North West at the end of June.
The plane carrying the torch has just touched down at the Isle of Man airport. The relay will begin in Douglas at 10.25, before heading to Laxey, Onchan, Ballasalla and Castletown. More details to follow.
Olympic fever continues to grip our region. On the latest leg of the relay, the Olympic Torch left Bolton early this morning and headed for the seaside. Then it took in Knowsley safari park before being taken on a ferry across the Mersey.
And within the next hour it's due at Liverpool's Pier Head where a crowd of around 10,000 people are waiting!
Andy Bonner reports.
And the Olympic flame is passed on - it's now on the way to St Helen's, before heading to Knowsley Safari Park (for a rather different crowd)