FULL details of where you can see the Olympic Torch Relay when it arrives in Greenwich have been revealed.
The flame will start the SE10 leg of its journey in Greenwich Park on Saturday 21st July at 07:21.
It will be carried down to, and through, the newly built equestrian venue in the Park before crossing Romney Road in to the Old Royal Naval College. It will then visit the redeveloped Cutty Sark Gardens and then return to Romney Road to head east.
Torchbearers will carry it along Trafalgar Road and Woolwich Road before turning into Combedale Road and then Westcombe Hill.
Its journey will then take it on to Eltham and it will finish its three hour stint in the borough in Woolwich's General Gordon Square.
Councillor Chris Roberts, Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, said: “This announcement really brings the route to life and it will provide a unique chance for Greenwich residents to share in the excitement of the Olympic spirit as we mark the countdown to the 2012 Games.
It will also be a rare opportunity to support those inspirational Torchbearers who have been chosen to run with the Olympic Flame in the community.”
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