17 July 2012
Last updated at 19:46
Zachary Narvaez, 17, who set up a cancer charity, was the first of 137 torchbearers on day 60, holding the flame aloft at Brighton's Royal Pavilion, built for King George IV between 1787 and 1823
Colin Bentley found time for a quick jig as he took the torch through Brighton and Hove early on day 60
Away from the main relay, Kathy Gore, who ran with the flame on Monday, brought the torch to Seaford Head in East Sussex, with a view of the Seven Sisters cliffs
An infrared photo from the South East Air Support Unit helicopter showed the heat around the torch as it made its way through Sussex on a 109-mile trip from Brighton and Hove to Hastings
Double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes brought the flame to Tonbridge Castle in a special event away from the main relay.
Crowds clambered on to rooftops to get a better view as the torch relay passed through Tunbridge Wells.
David Adams carried the torch along Mount Pleasant Road in Tunbridge Wells.
Official torch relay photographers have been spending many hours perched in the back of a lorry just ahead of the torchbearers to get the best pictures.
Vanessa Burns, 15, who carried the torch in Tunbridge Wells, was born with one leg nearly 5in (10cm) longer than the other, and had a pioneering operation in France to correct her condition.
A band of drummers got the party going on Lewes High Street.
Former daredevil motorcyclist Eddie Kidd, who was left partially paralysed by a motorcycle crash and last year walked the 2011 London Marathon in 50 days, carried the torch through Lewes.
Harley Alexander-Sule and Jordan Stephens (aka hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks) took the torch on its leg through Eastbourne.
Comedian Eddie Izzard carried the torch through his home town of Bexhill. He posed in front of a piece of art he helped commission at the De La Warr Pavilion, inspired by the last scene of the film The Italian Job.
Eddie Izzard also took to the roof of the De La Warr Pavilion to pose with the artwork by Richard Wilson
Torchbearer number 137, Keith Leech, lit the cauldron in Hastings at the evening celebration