26 June 2012
Last updated at 14:46
Lucy Brunt was the first torchbearer with the flame on day 39 of the relay. She carried it round the running track of a packed Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield.
Children from Acres Hill Primary School gave the torch a colourful welcome at the stadium.
A man wearing a Jessica Ennis mask appeared to be pleased to see the torch as it arrived at Don Valley.
Debjani Chatterjee carried the torch through the Magna Science Adventure Centre in Rotherham, which provided a sparkling backdrop for the flame in the Fire Pavilion.
Debjani Chatterjee also carried the flame through the Red Room of the Magna Science Adventure Centre.
Charlie Clerehugh carried the flame between between Sheffield and Thrybergh. He is a keen sportsman and regularly raises money for charity by doing fun runs.
Krissie Shaw, who is a member of Sheffield Unicef Fundraising Group and Sheffield Alzheimer's Society Fundraising Group, waved to the crowds during her moment with the torch.
Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson, who lost both legs below the knee, broke his pelvis, his back in four places, shattered his arm and chest and sustained a massive brain injury, carried the torch through Doncaster. His stint, which lasted nearly half an hour, prompted emotional responses on Twitter.
School children waved Union flags as they sat on a hill at Conisbrough Castle, cheering on the torch relay in Doncaster.