By Kevin Unitt 05/07 Updated: 05/07 09:41
The Olympic Torch Relay arrived in Kenilworth just before 5.30pm. It made its way through the town centre to the castle and out along the Coventry Road.
Waverley Road to Lloyds TSB, Christopher Bolger, 30 is from the town and a Help for Heroes fund-raiser following the death of his brother Stephen in action in Afghanistan in 2009.
Lloyds TSB to Brookside Avenue - Paul Williams, 49, is from Coventry and was nominated by London Taxi Company where he works manufacturing the iconic London Taxi. For over ten years he has also worked with youths in theatre, providing support and mentoring to help keep them on the right path.
Brookside Avenue to Kenilworth Castle - Matthew Watkinson, 17, from Nottinghamshire was a member of Team GB's 4x100m freestyle relay team at the European Youth Olympic Festival, which came away with a silver.
Kenilworth Castle to Castle Hill - Charles Krivarnek, 51, is from Salt Lake City, and was nominated to carry the torch by his company, where he set up a community affairs programme to support charities.
Castle Hill to Clinton House - Charles James, 21, from Kineton, has raised thousands of pounds - through triathlons and golf challenges - for Macmillan Cancer Support and Shipston Nursing Home following the loss of his father to cancer.
Clinton House to New Street - Gail Bates, 40, works at the town's Sainsbury's store and is active in the community, hoping to one day launch a sports club for local young people.
New Street to Manor Road - William Smith, 16, from Burnley has won youth volunteer awards for his football coaching and help with disabled sports.
Manor Road to Crackley Lane - Stephen Sanday, 51, has been a pillar of the Kenilworth community for decades, serving as a scout and cub leader for over 25 years. He is currently leader of the 4th Kenilworth St Nicholas Church pack, and organises and actively participates in camps and fund-raising charitable activities.
He said: "I am very humbled to have been put forward for this. It's a huge honour and something I will remember for the rest of my life. I'd like to thank those who nominated me and everyone who turned out to support me on the day."
Crackley Lane to Convent Close - Kwame Kayi, 42, came all the way from Ghana, to carry the torch here.
Convent Close to Common Lane - Jonathon Heald, 26, is a teacher from the town and a sports coach, bringing British sports to Mongolia, Bolivia and other remote parts of the world, while starting a foundation which is set to build a new school in Africa.
(Pictures by Jon Mullis)
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