Kent's gold medal-winning Winter Olympian Lizzy Yarnold has arrived in Sevenoaks at the start of her open-top bus victory tour.
Kent's golden girl in Sochi Lizzy Yarnold will be parading through Sevenoaks in a open-top bus this morning. The Skeleton winner was the only Brit to clinch a gold medal at the Winter Olympics. She grew up in West Kingsdown and went to St Michael's school in Otford.
Kent's golden girl Lizzy Yarnold is returning home from the Winter Olympics in Sochi with the rest of the British team today.
The 25-year-old from West Kingsdown won Team GB's only gold in the skeleton on Valentines Day.
The skeleton racer Lizzy Yarnold from Kent has been chosen to carry the flag for TeamGB at the Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony in Sochi tomorrow (Sunday 23 February 2014).
She is the only member the British team to have won a Gold medal so far at the Sochi Games.
The skeleton racer Lizzy Yarnold has been chosen to carry the flag for the British team at the Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony in Sochi tomorrow (Sunday 23 February). Yarnold, who trains at Bath University, is so far the only member of Team GB to win a gold medal at Sochi.
Vandals have daubed gold paint on a postbox, after Lizzy Yarnold from West Kingsdown near Sevenoaks won a gold medal at the Winter Olympics. More than forty thousand people had signed a petition to the Royal Mail in support of painting a postbox gold, but they rejected the plan.
Lizzy Yarnold's mum has backed calls to paint a postbox gold in Sevenoaks, Lizzy's hometown, to mark her daughters achievement and to help inspire Britain's future winners.
Around 43,000 people have signed a petition for the Royal Mail to paint the postbox for Yarnold, who won Britain's first gold medal at the Winter Olympics in women's skeleton.
Royal Mail painted postboxes in the hometowns of gold medalists during London 2012 Olympics, which they say was a "unique occasion" as the host nation.
Lizzy's mum, Judith, who is a teacher said: