In Oswaldtwistle large crowds have seen Cameron Watters, 13, from Bolton, carry the torch before handing over to Alice Martindale, 17, from Nelson, who helps with community sessions and a
One of the day's youngest runners, 12-year-old Matthew Donnelly, from Bury, has earlier completed his run in Preston New Road, Blackburn.
Rosie Hollis completed her run as crowds cheered her name as she approached King William Street in Blackburn.
Busy scenes in Blackburn town centre with crowds four or five people deep in places to catch a glimpse of the torch.
Children have been waving their flags with excitement.
After yesterday's torrential downpours there is expected to be more rain today but so far the downopours have held off.
The torch will take around four hours to travel through East Lancashire after arriving in Blackburn at 9.15am at Westholme School in Preston New Road before heading into the town centre for around
It travels through Blackburn, Oswaldtwistle, Accrington, Burnley, Crawshawbooth and Rawtenstall.
THOUSANDS line the streets as the Olympic torch relay comes to East Lancs
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