The Olympic Flame arrives in Norfolk!04 July 2012
The Flame will be Norfolk today and tomorrow - come and see Olly Norfolk's Olympic mascot, who will be there supporting the torchbearers, and the giant jigsaw!
Everyone is being encouraged to come out and line the streets as the Olympic Flame makes it way through Norfolk.
The Active Norfolk giant jigsaw will be at the end of London Street this afternoon 4 July; see if you can spot Olly who will be out and about in the County with the Flame over the 2 days.
On 4 July, the Olympic Flame will be run through King’s Lynn, South Wootton, Sandringham Estate, West Rudham, East Rudham, Fakenham, Holt, Cromer, Aylsham, and finally into Norwich for an evening celebration.
Evening celebrations in Norwich on July 4, include the first ever Norwich Castle 3D projection – supported by Norfolk County and Norwich City Councils. Shows, which continue on July 5 and 6, happen every ten minutes from 10.30pm to 11.20pm.
The Olympic Flame will then travel to Hethersett High School for an event early in the morning on 5 July, before travelling through more parts of Norwich, Acle and Filby, and finally Great Yarmouth and on to Suffolk. In between locations the flame will be transported in a vehicle so won't be on display.
You can find details of the full route by CLICKING HERE.