Today is day 1 of 70 for the London 2012 Olympic torch relay and will see the torch travel from Land’s End at 7.15am to Plymouth at 7.40pm, passing through Sennen, Newlyn, Penzance, Marazion, Rosundgeon, Ashton, Breage, Helston, Falmouth, Truro, Newquay, St. Stephen, Trewoon, St. Austell, Stenalees, Bugle, Lanivet, Bodmin, Liskeard and Saltash along the way.
Those who are familiar with this part of the country will know how beautiful it is. Whether you’re a keen walker, a family on a beach holiday, a couple looking for a romantic break, or an avid surfer, there’s something here for everyone. Notable attractions along the route today include St. Michael’s Mount, the Eden Project and the Tamar Bridge.
Are you in any of these places, looking forward to seeing the torch yourself? Please post a comment telling us of your thoughts or experiences. If you happen to take photographs, feel free to post a link to your image gallery on Flickr (or wherever you happen to have uploaded the pictures to) so that these can be shared with others reading. Is the relay whetting your appetite for the Olympic Games which begin on 27th July 2012. We want to hear from you!