23 May 2012
Last updated at 20:23
It's day five of the Olympic torch relay and Margaret Glastonbury carried the flame in Bristol on the leg between the city and Nailsea, North Somerset. The route includes Flax Bourton, Failand, Henleaze, Filton, Chippenham, Marlborough, Swindon, Painswick and Cheltenham.
John Shaw, 73, from Kingswood, carried the flame on the leg through Nailsea.
A jazz band greeted the flame as it progressed through Failand.
Hundreds of people waited near the Clifton Suspension Bridge to see the torch. Bystanders used every vantage point available.
Badminton coach Rebecca Pantaney, from Cheltenham, carried the torch along the famous monument.
Fireworks were set off as the as the flame made its way along the Isambard bridge.
Clive Burrows, 53, who has donated more than £100,000 to various charities in the past three years, carried the Olympic Flame in Chippenham, Wiltshire.
David Hemery carried the torch though Royal Wootton Bassett. The 400m hurdler won gold in Mexico City in 1968, setting a new world record.
Young wheelchair basketball player Ben Fox, 16, won the admiration of the people of Royal Wootton Bassett as he completed his 300m with the torch.
Didier Drogba waves to the crowd in Swindon as he carries the flame just four days after scoring the penalty that won the Champions League final for Chelsea
The flame then moved on to Gloucestershire where tens of thousands of people gathered in Cirencester, Stroud and Painswick - the torch's first three destinations in the county.
Huge crowds cheered Dennis Rigley, 63, from Malmesbury, as he carried the flame between Stroud and Shurdington. Mr Rigley said he hoped "to carry on running and encouraging others who have suffered with bladder cancer".
Ballet dancer Lydia Holt, 14, enjoyed every minute of her leg as she danced and twirled her way along the route with the Olympic flame in hand.
The final leg of the journey for the flame was in the hands of Zara Phillips, on her horse Toytown. She took it through Prestbury Park where 24,000 people filled Cheltenham Racecourse to see the lighting of the cauldron and soak up the carnival atmosphere.