The torch is expected to travel more than 57 miles today as it makes its way from Hastings down through Kent to Dover. 94 torchbearers will carry the flame through the South East on Day 61 of the relay. The torch will travel through Hastings, Rye, Hamstreet, Ashford, Hythe, Sandgate, Folkestone, Samphire Hoe and Dover.
Highlights of today's relay
07.45 - Visit to Battle Abbey. A Torchbearer will carry the Flame in a lantern to Battle Abbey.
08.50 - Funicular Railway, Hastings. A Torchbearer will carry the Flame on the funicular railway.
15.20 - Heather Hale will carry the Flame at the entrance of the Channel Tunnel. Heather, 33, from Ashford, motivates and inspires young people through the Explorer Group, which takes young people overseas. She is a volunteer and kayak coach for Seapoint Centre where she teaches young people and adults with learning disabilities.
17.27 - A Torchbearer will carry the Flame on a Tall Ship into Dover.
Torchbearers the Rizzle Kicks who carried the flame through Eastbourne yesterday will perform as part of the evening celebrations in Dover later. 76 year old Graeme Faber from Canterbury, who was present at the 1948 opening ceremony in London will light the cauldron. Graeme was chosen because of his charity fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Research and Water Aid.
28 year old Luke Quilter from Hythe will carry the flame through his home town. Luke was nominated for his work in helping young people develop their own businesses. He is currently the Kent Young Entrepreneur of the year.
Trampolinist Nathan Bailey from Bournemouth will carry the torch in Boscombe. The 18-year-old is very dedicated to his sport and helps to train local children.
54 year old martial arts expert Douglas Evans from Romney who will run through Rye works with challenging young people to motivate them through sport. For the past 30 years he has run a Dojo, which tackles anti social behaviour by giving teenagers structure and discipline through karate and kendo.
Footballer Robbie Herbert from Deal as represented Great Britain in the Youth World Cup in Sweden. The 15 year old who was diagnosed with Long QT Syndrome - a genetic heart condition - will carry the flame in Dover, where he plays centre back for local club the Dover Rangers.
8:17 Leaves Hastings
15:28 The Torch will be driven from the Channel Tunnel to Sampfire Hoe where it will board a Tall Ship. Not visible to the public until it gets to Dover.