The Queen’s Baton has begun its journey through Falkirk district ... and we’ll be folliowing its progress every step of the way.
The relay arrived in Denny just after 8 a.m. where it was greeted by cheering crowds and will now head eastward towards the Helix Park and an evening of massive celebrations organised by Falkirk Council and Falkirk Community Trust.
As well as having photographers following the entire route, we’ve got reporters at key points along the way to give you a flavour of the atmosphere.
There will be regular updates on our website and you can track the baton’s progress on Twitter following #Falkirkbaton.
We’re also keen to feature as many pictures and videos from readers as possible.
It’s easy to to do – just click on the ‘Upload your photos or videos’ button on right of this story and follow the instructions.
The main relay route is: 8 a.m. Stirling Street and Broad Street, Denny; 8.15 a.m. Denny High School; 8.44 a.m. Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert; 9.14 a.m. Bellsdyke Road, Muirhall Road, Main Street, Kirk Avenue, Carrongrange Road, Larbert; 9.56 a.m. New Carron Road, Ronades Road, Carron/Bainsford; 10.11 a.m. Main Street, Glasgow Road, Camelon; 10.29 a.m. The Falkirk Wheel, Tamfourhill; 11.53 a.m. Port Downie, Lock 16, Glenfuir Road, Camelon; 12.22 p.m. Camelon Road, High Street, Falkirk; 12.48 a.m. Callendar Park, Falkirk; 2.27 p.m. Kinneil Estate, Bo’ness; 4.22 p.m. Sports Stadium, Kersiebank Avenue, Grangemouth; 5.28 p.m. Bo’ness Road, Grangemouth; 6 p.m. Devon Street, Grangemouth Old Town; 6.45 p.m. The Kelpies, Falkirk.
Falkirk Council state traffic disruption is a possibility due to the scale of the event.