The full route of the Queen’s Baton Relay through England this summer has been revealed ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The Queen's Baton Relay will travel the length of England over 29 days, before ending at the Opening Ceremony for The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games on 28 July 2022.
Kicking off on Thursday 2 June, the baton will spend five days in London, which will coincide with the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Weekend to celebrate The Queen's 70th year as Monarch and Head of the Commonwealth.
It will then will then resume the international journey, visiting the Falkland Islands, Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man, before touring Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
It returns to England on Monday 4 July to start a 25-day tour of the different regions.
Here is the full list of locations in the UK the baton will pass:
Monday 4 July (South West) - St Austell, Plymouth, Exeter, Portland & Weymouth, Poole, and Bournemouth
Tuesday 5 July (South West) - Devizes, Bath, Bristol, Easter Compton, Hereford, Gloucester, and Cheltenham
Wednesday 6 July (South East) - Stoke Mandeville, Maidenhead, Eton & Windsor, Aldershot, Winchester, Hambledon, Southampton, and Portsmouth
Thursday 7 July (South East) - Guildford, Tonbridge, Canterbury, Folkestone, Deal, and Dover
Friday 8 July (East of England) - Gravesend, Tilbury, Basildon, Southend-on-Sea, Maldon, Waltham Cross, Luton and Hemel Hempstead
Saturday 9 July (East of England) - King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth, Bury St Edmunds, Hinxton, and Cambridge
Sunday 10 July (East Midlands) - Northampton, Corby, Rutland, Leicester, Nottingham, Lincoln
Monday 11 July (East Midlands) - Skegness, Boston, Grantham, Loughborough, Derby, Bakewell, Matlock, and Buxton
Tuesday 12 July (Yorkshire & The Humber) - Sheffield, Rotherham, Huddersfield, Bradford, and Leeds
Wednesday 13 July (Yorkshire & The Humber) - Hull, Beverley, Market Weighton, York, Malton, Scarborough, Robin Hood's Bay, and Whitby
Thursday 14 July (North East) - Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Redcar, Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, Darlington, Durham, Seaham, and Sunderland
Friday 15 July (North East) - South Shields, Whitley Bay, Blyth, Alnwick, Gateshead, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Saturday 16 July (North West) - Carlisle, Lake District, Blackpool, Preston, Blackburn, Darwen, and Bolton
Sunday 17 July (North West) - Salford, Manchester, Stockport, Northwich, Wigan, and Knowsley
The final countdown to the Opening Ceremony will see the Baton spend 11 days travelling through the host region of the West Midlands, visiting:
Monday 18 July - Liverpool, Keele, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, and Shrewsbury
Tuesday 19 July - Ironbridge, Telford, Newport, Lilleshall, Stafford, Stone, Rudyard, and Leek
Wednesday 20 July - Uttoxeter, Burton upon Trent, Lichfield, Burntwood, Chasewater, and Tamworth
Thursday 21 July - Bodymoor Heath, Atherstone, Market Bosworth, Nuneaton, Bedworth, Rugby, and Coventry
Friday 22 July - Kenilworth, Whitnash, Warwick, Gaydon, Stratford-upon-Avon, Broadway, Pershore, Upton-upon-Severn, Malvern, and Worcester
Saturday 23 July - Redditch, Bromsgrove, Kidderminster, Bridgnorth, Codsall, Rugeley, Hednesford, Cannock, and Walsall
Sunday 24 July - Wolverhampton, Halesowen, Stourbridge, Dudley, Brierley Hill
Monday 25 July - Oldbury, Wednesbury, Tipton, Cradley Heath, Rowley Regis, Blackheath, Bearwood, Smethwick, and West Bromwich
Tuesday 26 July - Castle Bromwich, Fordbridge, Chelmsley Wood, Marston Green, Hampton in Arden, Meriden, Berkswell, Balsall Common, Knowle, Dorridge, Cheswick Green, Hockley Heath, Dickens Heath, Shirley, and Solihull
Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 July - Birmingham (full route through the host city will be announced in due course)