Line the streets!
On Saturday 23 June the Olympic Torch sets off from Blackpool then comes through Rawtenstall, Rochdale, Heywood and Bury then onto Manchester for an evening event.
The Olympic Torch will arrive in the borough at around 1.45pm with the first Torchbearer carrying the flame from the junction of Edenfield Road and Elmsfield Avenue, Norden.
It will be on full view along Sandy Lane, Bury Road, College Road, Newgate and through the town centre along the Esplanade where it’s due to arrive around 2.30pm.
Torchbearers will then carry it along Manchester Road and Bolton Road to Springfield Park. It will not be on view along Rochdale Road East until the junction with Crimble Lane. It will then be on full view along York Street and Market Street in Heywood and is due to arrive in Heywood town centre at 3.00pm.
The flame will continue on its journey travelling along Manchester Road, then Bolton Road up to Springfield Park. The convoy will continue until Torchbearers pick it up again on Rochdale Road East, at the junction with Crimble Lane. It then makes its way to Heywood town centre going along York Street and Market Street before finally leaving the borough and heading to Manchester city centre for an evening celebration.