Your essential guide to the Olympic Torch in Scunthorpe, Brigg, Scawby Brook and Wrawby today
Bunting and flags have now gone up along Ashby Road in Scunthorpe, which the Olympic Torch is to visit Scunthorpe today (Tuesday) together with Scawby Brook, Brigg and Wrawby, during its 70-day journey from Greece to the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games.
North Lincolnshire Council is calling on people from across the area to take to the streets and celebrate the arrival of the flame.
Look out for signs along the route so you can plan where you will celebrate North Lincolnshire's Moment to Shine.
North Lincolnshire Council is advising everyone who wants to see the torchbearers to make sure they arrive well in advance of the Olympic Torch Relay and find a spot on the left-hand side of the street the Flame is being carried along.
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Traffic will still be travelling in the opposite direction to the Flame, so your view will be blocked if you stand on the right.
Volunteer ambassadors will line the route to help you and keep you informed of the Flame's progress.
In Scunthorpe, Oswald Road, Ashby Road, and The Pods are likely to be very crowded.
People wanting to get a good view of the torchbearers in Scunthorpe are being advised to head up Doncaster Road.
The pathways along the eastbound carriageway of Queensway, from Brumby Junior School to the junction of Grange Lane South, will be closed to the general public, as this will be used as a viewing area for schools.
In Brigg, the Market Place and Wrawby Street will be very busy, so the council says the best places to watch from will be the A18 Bridge Street between Silverside Lane (Scawby Brook) and what it describes as Glanford Bridge, or on the A18 Wrawby Road, between Sir John Nelthorpe Lower School and the junction with Churchill Avenue.
Travelling about 20 minutes in front of the Olympic Flame will be a convoy of Presenting Partner trucks with entertainment to build excitement ahead of the torch's arrival.
This should arrive at the bottom of Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe, at about 2pm, in Brigg at 3.25pm and Wrawby at 3.40pm.
The Olympic Flame itself will arrive at the bottom of Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe, at about 2.20pm and travel along Oswald Road to the Queensway at approximately 3pm.
It will arrive in Brigg at 3.45pm and in Wrawby at 4pm.
These times could change if there are any problems on the day.
Scunthorpe, Brigg and Wrawby will be very busy on the day.
The council is asking people to use public transport, walk or cycle to keep traffic on the roads to a minimum.
If you are travelling by car, park well away from the Olympic Torch Relay route.
Street parking along the route will be suspended and any vehicles in the way will be moved.
There will be a "rolling road closure" as the torchbearers progress through our area.
Traffic will continue to flow in the opposite direction but it is likely to become very congested.
Here are the times the Flame itself will travel through our streets. But remember, the entertainment starts 20 minutes before the Flame arrives and there could be changes to these times on the day:
2.22pm Doncaster Road
2.37pm Oswald Road
2.43pm Ashby Road
2.46pm Centenary Way
3.02pm The Pods
3.03pm Ashby Road
3.06pm Queensway (A18)
BRIGG AND SCAWBY BROOK
3.42pm Scawby Road (A18)
3.53pm Barnard Avenue (A18)
3.55pm Cary Lane
3.57pm Market Place
3.59pm Wrawby Street
4pm Queen Street
4pm Bigby Road
4.01pm Wrawby Road (A18)
4.10pm Brigg Road (A18)
For more details visit www.northlincs.gov.uk/olympics or follow on Twitter @NLTorch
Councillor Liz Redfern, the leader of North Lincolnshire Council, said: "This is a once in a lifetime event and we're inviting to you join us as we celebrate the run-up to the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games!
"We want everyone to have a great time and make this a truly memorable day for North Lincolnshire.
"Arrive in plenty of time and look out for the volunteer ambassadors along the route and follow their instructions.
"Together we will share this Moment to Shine and show the rest of the world what a wonderful place this is."
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