18 July 2012
Last updated at 14:50
Hear ye, Hear ye... day 61 of the relay started as torchbearer Luke Lancaster carried the flame to Battle Abbey and was greeted by the town crier, who gave the torch three cheers, alongside the Mayor of Battle.
Daisy Shepherd carried the flame on the East Hill Cliff Railway which took her to this vantage point over Hastings.
Jessica-Rose Gould passed the flame to Douglas Evans outside the castle in the medieval town of Rye.
A carnival of larger-than-life puppets greeted the torch when it arrived in Hamstreet.
Torchbearer Andrew Liveris showed the torch to children in Hamstreet before it was lit, posing for photographs with them.
Torchbearers Bernard Af Forselles and Andrew Liveris in Hamstreet at the second "torch kiss" in the village.
Kevin French, who has raised thousands of pounds for Help for Heroes, carried the Olympic torch through Ashford.
Torchbearer Alison Ward at the entrance to the Channel Tunnel in Folkstone, where two Eurotunnel services were cancelled to allow a photo opportunity.
After posing for pics, Alison Ward departed down a service tunnel, heading towards Samphire Hoe.
Torch security officer Sakira Suzia carried the flame on board an RNLI lifeboat after the official torch carrier Jamie Clark became seasick at Dover.
Thankfully Jamie, who has Down's syndrome and was born with two holes in his heart, recovered to pick up the torch when it reached dry land.
The torch also took a trip on the tall ship Stavros S Niarchos, which struggled into harbour in the inclement weather conditions.
Sophie Waller carried the flame through historic Dover Castle, built for King John II in the 12th century