More than 500,000 people in the Yorkshire and Humber have taken to the streets to see the Olympic Flame so far.
Thousands will line the streets on North Lincolnshire for this momentous occasion – including 5,000 school children who have been busy making their own torches and flags to show their support for the inspirational Torchbearers carrying the Flame through our streets.
In Scunthorpe the school children will be joined on Queensway by Cllr Ivan Glover, Mayor of North Lincolnshire.
The Olympic Flame will pass the Baths Hall, North Lincolnshire Museum, The Pods, Ancholme Leisure Centre, Brigg Market Place and Wrawby.
Here are our tips to get the most from this exciting day:
Plan ahead – make sure you know the route and how to get to it
Allow plenty of time for your journey - leave your car at home if you can
Get there an hour early - there’s lots of entertainment travelling about 20 minutes ahead of the Flame
For the best views avoid the crowds - Market Place and Wrawby Street in Brigg will be very busy, as will Ashby Road and Oswald Road and The Pods in Scunthorpe
Stay on the footpaths and keep off the road, you will only hold up the convoy
Keep to the left hand side of the street - traffic will still be travelling in the opposite direction to the Flame so your view will be blocked if you stand on the right
Hold your children’s hands – it’s a moving convoy with vehicles travelling 20 minutes ahead of the Torch so make sure your children are safe and don’t lose them in the crowds, we’ll have lost children collection points at key locations
Respect viewing areas set aside for schools and disabled people – it’s a day for everyone to enjoy
Check the weather forecast and wear suitable clothes – remember sun cream and a hat if it’s sunny
Keep your dog under control and on a lead – probably best to leave them at home
Follow updates on Twitter @NLTorch and listen to your local radio station for the latest news on the day
Wave your flags and make lots of noise – support the inspirational Torchbearers and enjoy North Lincolnshire’s moment to shine.
Activities taking place along the route of the Olympic Torch Relay:
Ancholme Leisure Centre, Brigg
Sporting champion and table tennis star Farrel Anthony from Sheffield will present medals and inspire people taking part in the Disability Summer Games 2012 at Ancholme Leisure Centre.
Adults with a disability have been trying out different Olympic and Paralympic sports at Ancholme Leisure Centre, Brigg, for the past seven weeks.
On Tuesday, the day of the Olympic Torch Relay, they will compete against each other in several sports including cycling, archery, curling and football.
Anyone aged 16 or over with a disability can take part – register in the sports hall at 1pm, entry costs £3.80.
The games start at 1.30pm and the awards ceremony is at 3.15pm.At the end of the games everyone will line the street outside to watch the Olympic Flame on its journey through North Lincolnshire.
For more details contact Lindsay Heathfield on 07717 588193 or email Lindsay.email@example.com.
North Lincolnshire Museum, Oswald Road, Scunthorpe
Celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay at North Lincolnshire Museum from 1pm and watch the Flame pass just after 2.30pm.
There are free activities for children, Brumby Engineering College steel band and traditional English dancing.
Villagers in Wrawby are all turning out in gold to welcome the Olympic Flame and have celebrations at sites across the village.
Visit the 2012 pages on our website for details of other events and exhibitions happening in our area.