The Olympic Torch travels from Hull in the morning, before returning to our region just after lunch. It's due to arrive in Knaresborough just after 1:30pm, before making its way to York for a Celebration Event, at the Racecourse. As usual, you can keep up to date with all of the latest information here on the website, or on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

Tuesday 19th June 2012

Knaresborough - The torch arrives here at 1:33pm, on York Road (A59), travels down the High Street (A59), before making a left turn onto Bond End (A59), before heading into the Convoy vehicle, on route to Harrogate.

Harrogate - Starting on the A59 at 2:06pm, outside Harrogate Golf Club, the torch travels down Knaresborough Road, before making a right turn onto West Park Street (A61) stopping by Duchy Road.

Ripon - Arriving in Ripon at 4:14pm, the torch will travel down Studley Road (B6265), along Mallorie Park Drive, along Somerset Road before making a left turn onto Skellgate, then turning right onto Westgate (A6108), left onto Market Place before turning Right onto Old Market Place, before turning left onto Duck Hill, then left onto Skellgarths, before turning onto Bedern Bank, along St Marys Gate, down Stonebridgegate and then Right onto Rotary Way, stopping outside the Ambulance Station.

York - At 5:24pm, the torch arrives on Tadcaster Road (A1036), going down The Mount (A1036), then making a left turn along to York Walls (arriving here for public viewing at 5:55pm), before going on to Lendal Bridge, turning down on to Rougier Street, heading along George Hudson Street. The torch continues, turning left onto Micklegate, then onto Bridge Street, making a left turn onto Spurrier Gate, arriving on Coney Street, before a right turn into St Helen's Square. The flame will then be carried down Stonegate, moving round Low Petergate, heading down the Shambles before making it to Coppergate, along Tower Street, then onto Bishopthorpe Street (A1036), before turning right onto Campleshon Road - the home of the evening celebration and Torch's resting place overnight.

Olympic Weather Update

Morning is definitely a better time to catch the torch, with sunny spells expected, and some generally nice weather, it'll be turning a bit cooler and wetter by the afternoon, so catch the torch as early as you can!