On Monday 16 July 2012 Brighton & Hove will proudly host the Olympic Flame as it enters the city on Day 59 of the Olympic Torch Relay.
Brighton & Hove’s celebrations provide an opportunity for people in the city to share in the Olympic spirit and enjoy a truly memorable moment to shine.
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A weekend of events will take place on 14 and 15 July in advance of the Torch arriving in Brighton & Hove on Monday 16 July. View the programme of events and torch relay information leaflet [PDF756kb]. http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/downloads/bhcc/2012/4204_torch_relay_WEB_final.pdf
The Olympic Torch Relay arrives on Monday 16 July and leaves the next day, Tuesday 17 July.
The Olympic Torch Relay will enter the city at Hove at 5.55pm on Monday 16 July. The flame will arrive in the official convoy vehicles and be transferred to the first of the city’s torchbearers at King George VI Avenue.
There will be plenty of good vantage points to view the torchbearers making their way through the city. People are welcome to line the route to join in this historic occasion.
The Olympic Torch Relay route journeys on the roads listed below. However it does not travel along the full length of most of the named roads.
Please check the searchable online map to see where the Flame will journey, zoom in to see the street level detail. http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/index.cfm?request=c1261935
Hove Torch route
Arrives in Hove at 5:55pm Monday 16 July 2012
B2185 The Drive
B2185 Grand Avenue
Palmeira Avenue (Disabled viewing point)
Palmeira Avenue into Sussex Country Cricket Club Evening Celebration site
Emerges from Brighton Pavilion at 7:20am Tuesday 17 July 2012
On path through India Gate
B2066 North Street
A23 Old Steine
A23 Marlborough Place
A23 Preston Road