The Queen's Baton is now on Scottish soil and will make its way around the country before the official opening ceremony in Glasgow in 37 days time.
The Baton arrives in the Scottish Borders on Wednesday 18 June.
The relay will visit towns across the Borders, including a trip to Melrose Rugby Stadium and Selkirk Rugby Football Club.
Among the batonbearers for this section of the relay are Duns Rugby Club coach Peter Gallagher, Scottish rugby union player Lee Jones and former player Roy Laidlaw. Former Scottish national rugby captain Rory Lawson will carry the baton to Hawick where the evening celebration will take place.
The Baton will arrive in Dumfries and Galloway on Thursday 19 June.
It will stop at Langholm Town Hall, where authentic Scottish pipers will play and it will pass through Dumfries to pay homage to the statue of Robert Burns. The evening celebration will take place at Stranraer’s Castle of St John.
Athlete Lynsey Sharp, mountain biker Gareth Montgomerie and Scottish internationalist bowler Colin Peacock will carry the Queen’s Baton along with other people from the region. Andrew Kerr is the conclusive batonbearer of the day.
1:05pm Castle Douglas
4:05pm Newton Stewart